We’re grateful to our business partners for generously donating their creations to my baskets. Their donations help us spread more love and hope to Down Syndrome families and we encourage you to support them.
Urban Baby Co.
We adore Urban Baby Co.’s organic onesies and USA-made tees. Their brand is funky, eclectic, and sassy, and made with organic, recycled, and fair-trade materials for healthy babies and a healthy planet.
Summer House Pottery.
Summer creates the sweetest handmade bibs, burp cloths, girls’ clips, and more in memory of her four passed children. We adore her creativity and are touched by her kindness and mission.
After Juliet, the daughter of Endurance Camps’ founder, was born with Down syndrome and received a basket of hope from Brittany, they decided to pay it forward! EC’s mission is “to provide a camp environment for endurance athletes to reflect, learn and transform the way they approach life and athletics.”
Littlest Warrior Apparel
Littlest Warrior Apparel is an amazing clothing company created to celebrate inclusion and to spread awareness about people of ALL abilities. It’s founded by Michelle, Eli’s mom (who happens to have Down syndrome), and Michelle donates a portion of her proceeds every month to a worthy cause or family. Some of our favorite Littlest Warrior shirts include, “Chromosomally enhanced” and “Inclusion is the new cool.”
We’re grateful to Danielle, visionary behind Universal Bliss, which offers handmade jewelry created to magnify our purpose. With each piece they make, they send out this intention: “May all beings everywhere live happy, joyous, and free.”
Lovely Lyra Organics
We’re thankful for Annie from Lovely Lyra for her organic cotton baby hats, headbands, and other attire. Annie is a mindful creator who wants to do right by the earth and inspire children by connecting them to beautiful prints and art beginning from day one.
Sending hugs to Ashley for her organic skincare products that celebrate mom + baby. Her skincare line is rooted in wellness, sustainability, and peace to honor and celebrate our bodies and our planet.
We think Beloved Arrow’s organic cotton headbands for baby are absolutely adorable! We love that the headbands are made with healthy, organic materials so they’re safe for baby and mindful of our footprint on the earth.
Pretty in Print NY
Pretty in Print NY graced us with their kindness by creating and donating custom “Down right perfect” onesies for our baskets of hope. They’re committed to providing handcrafted creations and gifts to the Long Island community.
Our friends at John’s Crazy Socks—which was co-founded by John Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome—are on a mission to spread happiness through socks. They provide us with fun and crazy socks for our baskets of hope. And did you know that Brittany works a couple days a week as a Sock Wrangler at John’s Crazy Socks? We love this collaboration and hope you do, too!
Ora’s Amazing Herbal
We’re grateful to Ora’s Amazing Herbal for donating their baby salves, which are created with nature’s wisdom. Ora’s team makes their products with organic, herbal ingredients and they’re committed to respecting our environment.
Family Tree Yoga & Wellness
We’re grateful to this family-based, community-centered yoga and wellness studio for offering classes for individuals of all abilities and ways of being. They are kind supporters of Brittany’s Baskets of Hope, offering donation classes benefitting our mission.
Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve
Thank you to the Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve family for kindly sending us organic baby salves, oils, powders, and soaps that are cruelty-free, sustainably-produced, and made with love.
Little Baby Couture
We adore Little Baby Couture’s personalized baby and toddler clothing, especially their onesies with messages designed to celebrate babies with Down syndrome.
Nancy Tillman & MacMillan Publishers
We’re so grateful to author Nancy Tillman, who encouraged her publishers, MacMillan Publishers, to send us copies of her loving children’s book, On the Night You Were Born.
Wire and Honey
We love Wire and Honey’s “Stand Against the R-Word” T-shirts for kids from their #KidsforChange line. Using unkind language toward individuals with different abilities—or anyone at all—is not okay. We stand for love.Huntington & Northport Fit Body Boot Camp
Sending a special thank you to Kathy Eaton at Fit Body Boot Camp in Huntington and Northport not only for encouraging wellness in our community, but for making sure she gives back to local charities along the way.