Seaglass for Good SAMPLERS
Get a cute little box of sea glass along with other goodies (Cape May Diamonds, Fossils, Wampum Shells, etc...) for a special low price! FREE SHIPPING on orders of $25+.
25% of Sales Donated to Local Nonprofits.
Do What You Love & Love What You Do!
I feel blessed to be able to work AND enjoy a hobby AND help local charities & nonprofits at the same time.
Almost everyday I walk the tideline at the beach for an hour or so hoping to spy little smooth pieces of
sea-weathered glass and other treasures. I also have a collection of about 150 Native American artifacts.
While the artifacts are not for sale.... you will find sea glass, sea pottery and other finds available!
And 25% of sales are donated to a new local nonprofit each month.
Nature Center of Cape May
25% of February 2024 Sales will be donated to The Nature Center of Cape May!
The Nature Center’s mission focuses in providing quality environmental education experiences, encouraging stewardship of the harbor area and other natural areas, and promoting volunteerism as a rewarding means of community involvement and service.
ARC of Cape May County
Honored to be able to donate $50 from January 2024 sales to The Arc of Cape May County, Inc.
This wonderful organization promotes and protects the human rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
You Never Know What Will Wash Ashore!
Every tide, even every wave, is a new possibility of finding something magical at your feet! Plus, enjoying nature, fresh air and exercise are just a few added perks. Click below to see some of my favorite finds!
Cape May Point Science Center
Honored to be able to donate $50 from December 2023 Sales to this great organization that saved St. Mary's by the Sea and turned it into an amazing Science Center for future generations!
The Harriet Tubman Museum
Honored to Donated $133 to The Harriet Tubman Museum from March 2023 sales!
HARRIET TUBMAN’S LIFE AND WORK IN CAPE MAY...
Harriet Tubman lived in Cape May in the early 1850s, working to help fund her missions to guide enslaved people to freedom. After her initial journeys conducting freedom seekers to Canada, her friend and abolitionist leader Franklin Sanborn wrote, “She returned to the states, and as usual earned money by working in hotels and families as a cook. From Cape May, in the fall of 1852, she went back once more to Maryland, and brought away nine more fugitives.” The New Jersey Historical Commission says she spent two other summers in Cape May.
Historic Cold Spring Village
$50 Donated to Historic Cold Spring Village from June 2023 Sales!
The mission of Historic Cold Spring Village is to preserve and interpret the material culture and traditions of southern New Jersey by providing visitors with an understanding of the region’s history and embracing a personal encounter with the past. This is represented through historic preservation, history education, and heritage tourism.
Helping Horseshoe Crabs through The Nature Conservancy
$50 Donated to The Nature Conservancy from May 2023 Sales!
The Nature Conservancy’s mission is to protect the lands and waters on which all life depends, and for more than 60 years, they’ve been working in New Jersey to do just that.
25% of May sales will go right to The Nature Conservancy to help protect and sustain these all important creatures that are critical for birds and humans.
The Museum of Cape May County
Honored to donate $112.50 to the Museum of Cape May County from April 2023 sales!
ABOUT THE MUSEUM
Located in three historic buildings, the museum is a treasure trove of exhibits showcasing county life from Native American times through the twenty first century. The 1704 Colonial period home, 1830 Federal period addition, carriage shed and 1780 barn offer a fascinating look at how life in the county has evolved.
Established in 1927, The Museum of Cape May County has been our county’s foremost advocate for the acquisition, preservation and display of local history. With guided tours, rotating exhibits, lectures and special events, the museum offers something for the whole family including children. The museum also houses an outstanding genealogical and research library for the serious historian.
Learn more about the Museum of Cape May County!