We at E&O vow to be a part of changing the world and taking care of each other on the road to making it a better place.
We have listened. We have learned. We will continue to do both, our work and actions are on-going. Emerson & Oliver does not accept racism, hatred, bigotry and harassment of any kind.
We know that donations are merely a starting point and we will continue to hold ourselves accountable as world citizens.
Emerson & Oliver is dedicated to giving back to our community.
We proudly employ stay at home parents who work from home, assembling and packaging our bracelets, allowing them to spend time with their children, while still earning money.
We at E&O vow to be a part of changing the world and taking care of each other on the road to making it a better place. Each month proceeds from our Awareness Charm will go to a different foundation focused on research or a cure.
Giving Tuesday, 2022
This year we donated 10% of sales to "Teddi Dance for Love" a 24 hour dance marathon by St. John Fisher university TDFL committee.
The Teddi Dance for love was named after Elizabeth "Teddi" Mervis, a young lady who lost a battle to leukemia at a very young age. Teddi’s father, Gary
Mervis is the founder of
Camp Good Days and a retired football coach for St. John Fisher University.
Over the last 41 years they have raised over $1.2 million for Camp Good Days & Special Times. This Summer Camp, located in Upstate NY, is free of charge for children and families affected by cancer.
We are proud to help support this amazing Camp so close to our hometown.
Thank you for helping us make an impact through the years.
Nov '22-Feb '23 we has an exclusive "Teddi Charm".
Elizabeth "Teddi" Mervis, was a young lady who lost a battle to leukemia at a very young age. Teddi’s father, Gary Mervis
is the founder of Camp Good Days & Special Times.
This Summer Camp, located in Upstate NY, is free of charge for children and families affected by cancer.
We are proud to help support this amazing camp so close to our hometown through the college students of St.John Fisher College's Teddi Dance for Love.
In 2020 we donated over $10,000 to Black Girls Code. This amazing cause, provides young and pre-teen girls of color opportunities to learn in-demand skills in technology, to become innovators in STEM fields and computer programming. At a time when they are naturally thinking about what they want to be when they grow up, Black Girls Code introduces programming and technology to a new generation of coders, coders who will become builders of technological innovation and of their own futures.
In 2020, Emerson & Oliver joined the Enterprise Society of Feeding America. With your help, we made an impact on the issue of hunger during the global pandemic. E&O committed to donating 100,000 meals to Feeding America! We met that goal and continued to donate through 2020 to help feed our fellow Americans!
Our 2018 Holiday fundraiser raised money for Heifer International
and were able to purchase animals and livestock to lift our global citizens out of poverty by providing food security & giving them an investment that can increase their income over time.
We have held several in-house, private events benefitting organizations such as Adding Candles
- which supports brain cancer research, Zoey's Light
organization that is dedicated to helping kids with terminal or lifelong illnesses,
as well as individual families of children with life threatening illnesses.
We are proud sponsors of the Roc City Skate Park
, which came to fruition in 2020 as a safe, outdoor, community center for the entire family, open to all ages and levels of skating and riding abilities.