AmazonSmile, the charitable arm of Amazon, offers the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Please log on through Smile.amazon.com the next time you shop and designate us (it will prompt you to pick a charity), listed as Williams Syndrome Association, Inc., as the recipient. .05 does adds up for us each year since the program started in 2013. Thank you!
Kroger Community Rewards
Shop at Kroger? Did you know that you can link your Kroger card to their charity rewards program and pick us as the recipient of the proceeds?
To sign up, Click here
John's Crazy Socks
John's Crazy Socks, founded by John (who has Down Syndrome) and his Dad Mark Cronin, has a line of Williams Syndrome Socks--cute as can be and the company donates $2 from each pair sold to the WSA.
The socks are available in both knee-high style and ankle style.
Want to learn more about the unique company and its founders? Click here.
Jack's Rockin' Toffee
Founded in 2011 by Jack McKenna in honor of his brother Colin, who has Williams syndrome. The toffee, which is gluten-free so Colin and other individuals with WS can enjoy it, is amazing. Portions of the proceeds from sales benefit the WSA.
To learn more and order, visit their page
WS Key Chains from Keep Fighting
This nonprofit in Sweden designs key chains for causes and donates part of the proceeds. Click here to order