Giving Back

Let Us Help You Fundraise For Your Cause

What is a charity shopping spree?

O Museum's charity shopping spree is a fundraising initiative where your nonprofit organization earns 10% - 20% of purchases made on our online store. Members simply shop during a designated 48-hour period using a special code at checkout, at no cost to your organization.

Who is eligible?

Any registered non-profit organization or school. This includes church groups, charities and more.

When are they held?

A charity spree can be held during any 48 hour period of your choice.

How it works

  • Set the Date: Email us to choose the date for your shopping spree, and we'll provide a unique code for your charity.
  • Promote: Use the provided graphics (or we can supply one) to promote your event. Share your shopping code and the link to our store on social media, email blasts, and your website to maximize reach and sales.
  • Shop: Your members use the designated code during the shopping spree to generate donations. Both curbside pick-up and shipping options are available.Curbside pick-up or shipping options are available.

Harness the Power of Good

The power of hope speaks to the best of us. It's a belief that love is all that matters. Love conquers fear.

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As a non-profit we understand the need for monetary support to carry out your organization's good works. As a partner to some of the most renowned and passionate charities we know how to drive that support.

Creating memorable events for your organization can raise funds, awareness and friends in the community generating lasting relationships that will help support your organization for years to come.

Cause Related Marketing Collaborating and supporting non-profit organizations is a powerful way to build brand awareness and loyalty. In addition to raising much needed funds for charitable organizations these partnerships help to communicate your organization's values to the world.

When you team with O Street Museum Foundation you show your support for the arts, sciences and the creative process necessary for discovery in all areas.

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As a non-profit we understand the importance of donations to support the work of local charities and organizations. We are grateful for the opportunity to support our community and promote a culture of social responsibility, collaboration and caring.

Though we would like to fulfill every request - we have limited resources available for this purpose. please know we carefully consider each submission.

Please review our policy below before submitting:

  • Any public school or small non-profit 501(c)(3) organization (making less than $100,000/year) may submit a donation request.
  • Requests must be submitted at least 4 weeks prior to the date when the donation is needed. requests received with less lead time will not be considered.
  • Previous support of donation requests does not guarantee a repeat donation, as we strive to support as many worthy causes as possible.

Requests must be made through our on-line form CLICK HERE.

NOTE: No requests are accepted by phone. Donation requests are reviewed on a bi-yearly basis each April & October notifications of approvals will be emailed only to those organizations receiving a donation. no notification will be sent to requests that have been declined.

Some of our donation recipients.

  • Jesuit Refugee Service/USA
  • Courage on All Fronts Vet Group
  • The Belvoir Officers' Spouses' Club (BOSC)
  • The Children's Inn at NIH
  • The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • Thomas Jefferson Middle School
  • Tobacco Free Kids
  • Turning the Page
  • The Children's Charities Foundation (CCF) annual BasketBALL Gala
  • Yu Ying Public Charter School
  • Holy Trinity Catholic Church
  • Beth Chai International
  • Cherry Blossom Festival
  • Washington First Mortgage
  • School Within School at Logan Annex
  • American Psychiatric Association
  • Linda Creed Breast Cancer Foundation
  • School Without Walls at Francis Stevens
  • Wilderness Leadership & Learning
  • St. Mary Catholic School Home Association
  • John S. Mulholland Family Foundation
  • Hearts and Homes For Youth
  • Greater Refugees Ministries
  • Arlington Gay and Lesbian Alliance
  • Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Washington, DC
  • Women in International Trade association
  • Mount St. Scholastica
  • Creative Minds International Public Charter School
  • Kalorama Park
  • Broad Run High School
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • CCI Sails & Tails
  • Centerville Elementary School
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
  • Dick Hollander Charity Golf
  • District of Columbia Forensic Nurse Examiners
  • Ethiopian Community Development
  • Factory Athletics Foundation
  • Friends School of Wilmington
  • Garfield Elementary School, Springfield, Va.
  • Human Rights Campaign
  • Janney Elementary School
  • Adas Israel's Gan Hayeled
  • Lafayette Elementary School
  • Lowell School
  • March of Dimes
  • NAMI
  • National Cathedral School
  • National Collegiate Cancer Foundation's Scholarship program
  • New Hope Housing
  • Nicaragua Mission Group at St Louis Catholic Church in Alexandria, Virginia
  • Olam Tikvah Preschool
  • Pets with Disabilities
  • Rebuilding Together Montgomery County

Heartfelt Partners

American Heart Association
American Red Cross
Biden Inaugural Day Of Service
Bold Collaborative
Boys & Girls Clubs
Children's National Medical Center
Cultural Tourism DC
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
DC Chamber of Commerce
Girl Scouts
Global Rights For Women
Habitat for Humanity
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA
Johns Hopkins University
Library of Congress
Nelson Mandela Museum
Pediatric Aids HIVS Care
Police Foundation
Ready Willing and Working
Relief International
sixth & i
Solas Nua
The Salvation Army