Seattle-based glassybaby makes hand-blown glass votive candle holders and donates 10 percent of its revenue to organizations that help promote health, healing and hope to people facing serious health and life challenges. Over the last few years, glassybaby has helped raise funds for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network by hosting in-store shopping events in its studio and hotshop.
Lee Rhodes, glassybaby founder, fought and beat cancer three times, and from her journey came glassybaby. After years of hard work and commitment to her mission, she was named “Entrepreneur of the Year” in 2011 by Entrepreneur magazine. To date, glassybaby’s charitable giving has exceeded $1.4 million. The glass votive candle holders come in more than 300 brilliant colors. To see the full product line and learn more about the company’s charitable giving, visit www.glassybaby.com.