Goodness

Dori Desautel Broudy Art Print Stationery

Photo by Red Fox Art Gallery

So She Says: “I arrived at the ‘Gallery of Good®’ to characterize the company for a number of reasons:

Built into the business model is the requirement that a portion of the proceeds from every sale is dedicated to charity. Supporting local businesses and maintaining all aspects of production in the United States is paramount. From the company from whom I order my business cards to the printing and framing companies I work with, to the yarn I use to wrap my fine paper products, everything happens in and around Philadelphia. The only exception is with respect to production of the acrylic blocks, which occurs through a highly-skilled group of craftsmen and women in Seattle, Washington.

Since the company’s formation just two years ago, I have donated time, money, and/or works; created special collections; participated in or organized fundraisers for more than two dozen charitable organizations, and the list continues to grow.

It all feels pretty darn good.”

Dori’s Philanthropic Work

Over the course of the past year, Dori has created artwork and photography; donated pieces; initiated fundraising efforts; and/or made financial contributions to the following organizations (which continues to expand):

  • American Red Cross
  • Domestic Violence Center of Chester County
  • Philadelphia Fire Department
  • United Way
  • Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank
  • Farmer Veteran Colatition
  • The Shipley School
  • The Phebe Anna Thorne School
  • Gene Spotlight
  • Bedford Fire Department
  • Old City District
  • Rock School of Dance
  • YMCA
  • Everytown Again Gun Violence
  • Project Sunshine
  • Alex’s Lemonade Stand
  • Westchester Land Trust
  • The Trevor Project
  • Greenpeace
  • Abramson Cancer Center 
  • American Heart Association 
  • Susan G. Komen for the Cure
  • Colby College Athletics
  • Unite For Her
  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia