Be Home

82 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401

Charity: Red Romo Scholarship Foundation

Contact: 410.280.8616    //

A foundation set up in memory of Red Romo, the Head Athletic trainer at the United States Naval Academy for 41 years. He devoted his career to taking care of Navy athletes both on and off the fields. The foundation allows any college student studying sports medicine a chance to do a paid internship at the USNA training room for a year.

Dwelling & Design

13 Goldsborough Street, Easton, MD 21601

Charity: Talbot Hospice Foundation

Contact: 410.822.2211   //

The Talbot Hospice Foundation offers hope, compassionate support and services to all community members facing end-of-life issues. They provide patient/family care, community education and advocacy while respecting both curative and palliative treatment choices.

Interiors by Lynne Korpman

14242 Jarrettsville Pike, Phoenix, MD 21131

Charity: Anna’s House

Contact: 443.689.5966   //

Anna’s House (associated with Catholic Charities) offers transitional and permanent housing for homeless women and children in the Harford County, Maryland area. Along with counseling, career and life skills training, and job placement assistance. Their goal is to help homeless residents become independent and self-sufficient.

Smith & Thomasson Interiors

600 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd Suite 108, Severna Park, MD 21146

Charity: Foodlink,Inc

Contact: 410.562.3822   //

Since opening their doors in 1991, they have delivered over 27 million pounds of life sustaining aid.

Traditions of Loveville

28420 Pt. Lookout Road, Loveville, MD 20656

Charity: American Lung Association

Contact: 301.475.8280   //

Traditions of Loveville is joining with the American Lung Association to unite women to stand together against lung cancer and for lung health.

Urban Country

7117 Arlington Road, Bethesda, MD 20814

Charity: Combat Soldiers Recovery Fund

Contact: 301.654.0500   //

The Combat Soldiers Recovery Fund provides financial aid to American soldiers, sailors, and marines recovering in Washington, DC area military hospitals from severe wounds in service to our nation. The Combat Soldiers Recovery Fund (CSRF) makes it possible for us to help our country’s severely wounded soldiers in a personal and meaningfulway. CSRF is unique in that 100% of our donation goes directly to recovering soldiers. With your donation, small or large, you can bring sunlight into a hospital room and into the life of a war-wounded soldier. By helping with an expense that they otherwise simply would not be able to afford, your contribution provides immediate relief and hope. CSRF was founded in 2004 by Garland Miller, a local businesswoman in Chevy Chase, MD (just 2 miles from our store).