Shop With Purpose From For Goodness Sake Curated Hearts Collection
For Goodness Sake has partnered with San Francisco General Hospital Foundation to help raise awareness and much-needed funds to support the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center. Empowering individuals to shop with purpose, at the Heroes & Hearts Luncheon and Hearts After Dark, the company donated 100% of net proceeds of its curated hearts collection for items purchased at the For Goodness Sake mobile gallery.
For Goodness Sake is Pam Baer’s new company that connects people, brands and philanthropies through its e-commerce site and mobile gallery. Individuals can feel good about each purchase as For Goodness Sake donates a portion of net proceeds to the Foundation and other philanthropic partners. Additionally, through their mobile gallery, the For Goodness Sake team engages with the community to inspire conversations, action and giving back.
Pam and her team look for innovative products from around the world as well as local designers and artists, and for each philanthropic partner, they curate a discerning collection of accessories for women, men and home décor. Currently, they work with local charities that focus on health, environmental and educational causes.
As a long-time supporter of the Foundation, Pam wanted to expand her commitment to the important work that Zuckerberg San Francisco General does. She has taken to heart the Foundation’s mission, and through the For Goodness Sake curated hearts collection, she is providing a sustainable way for everyone to give back and support the Foundation. The For Goodness Sake curated hearts collection includes something for everyone and features inspiring heart images from the Hearts in San Francisco project, such as a beautiful, custom-designed tray featuring images of past heart sculptures and a stylish clutch with art from this year’s campaign.
For more information on For Goodness Sake and to shop with purpose in support of the Foundation, please visit www.forgoodsake.org.
Photo credit: Drew Altizer