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We believe in the power of incredible communities to ma […]

We believe in the power of incredible communities to make an impact, and we are thrilled to be joining our friends and giving partners in the Lake Oswego community,” says glassybaby founder Lee Rhodes. “Our Oregon community has graciously made glassybaby a part of their home for years, so it’s always nice when we have the opportunity to welcome them into ours and share our collective stories of hope and healing.

Rhodes, a three-time cancer survivor, founded glassybaby in 2001. During chemo treatments, she met patients who couldn't afford basic needs such as bus fare, childcare or groceries. Inspired to launch glassybaby, Rhodes made it her mission to use the company to help alleviate those struggles.The giving mission of glassybaby has since expanded to help people, animals and the environment

. To date, glassybaby has donated more than $5 million to more than 400 organizations. In keeping with that dedication to giving, 10 percent of all glassybaby sales at the Lake Oswego store will be donated to the Children’s Cancer Alliance, in support of programs that "deliver joy to children and teens facing serious illnesses."These serving dishes certainly would make for a great-looking Easter table — and they also work for the rest of the year. “Good serving dishes should be just as practical as they are beautiful,” says Joanna. “

This two-tiered server is great because it maximizes vertical space, and I love the mix of the galvanized metal and wood.”Joanna’s collection of course includes some things that have Easter written all over them. Think how cute your table would look set with bunny napkin rings, some egg-shaped votive candles, and an egg tray filled with dyed eggs.

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