Storkcraft® x One Tree Planted
As an official partner of One Tree Planted, Storkcraft® is contributing to One Tree Planted's mission to restore and reforest areas of the United States devastated by wildfires, by funding the planting of 1,000 trees in California.
Storkcraft® x Backpack Buddies
As an official partner of Backpack Buddies, Storkcraft® is helping Backpack Buddies' mission to provide hungry kids across British Columbia, Canada with bags of wholesome and nutritious food every Friday.
Furniture Bank of Central Ohio
Storkcraft® is proud to support the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio with new nursery and kids bedroom furniture. The Furniture Bank of Central Ohio turns empty houses into homes of hope for local families in almost any situation. They serve families affected by homelessness, domestic violence, child safety and security, disability and illness, emergency relocation, and more.
Storkcraft® x Children's Foundation of America
Storkcraft® is proud to have provided the Children's Foundation of America with baby cribs for families in need. The Children's Foundation of America identifies and accesses resources to support foster care, adoption, residential treatment, mental health and community-based programs of the highest quality, so that children in need or who have been the victims of trauma, abuse, neglect or abandonment may lead healthy, productive lives.
Storkcraft® x Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Ohio
Storkcraft® is proud to have provided Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Ohio (RMHC) with baby cribs for families in need. For four decades, RMHC of Central Ohio has been keeping families close at the Columbus Ronald McDonald House.
Zajac Ranch for Children
Storkcraft® is a proud sponsor of the 2023 edition of Zajac Summer Nights, in support of Zajac Ranch for Children — a fully inclusive summer camp where everything is accessible for children with medical conditions and disabilities. Zajac Ranch welcomes children, young adults and families with a variety of medical conditions and disabilities to their summer camps.