LANCASTER — Fullers Sugarhouse is offering a gift designed to give back this season as part of Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund’s Holiday Collection presented by Amica Insurance. The collection offers an array of New England-made products, including 13 original cards designed by area artists, photographers and Dana-Farber patients, as well as candles, ornaments, chocolates and locally-made gift sets. All proceeds from the sale of the collection go to adult and pediatric patient care and cancer research at Dana-Farber.
Fullers Sugarhouse will offer a maple syrup gift set that will include an 8.45-ounce bottle of pure maple syrup and 16-ounce bag of maple buttermilk pancake mix. This is the second year that Fullers Sugarhouse has participated in the Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund’s Holiday Collection.
Other New England companies in the Holiday Collection include:
• An exclusive Alex and Ani Gingerbread Man Bangle offered in silver and gold, made in Rhode Island.
• Aunt Sadie’s Candles, of Vermont.
• ChemArt holiday ornaments, made in Rhode Island.
• Only in Rhode Island gift baskets: Breakfast in New England, Wicked Tasty, The New Englander.
• “Bucket Bag” by Sea Bags, handcrafted in Maine from recycled sails and customized with Jimmy Fund Clinic patient handprints
• Mapled Nut Company gift box, which includes four, 4-ounce bags of almonds, walnuts, cashews and pecans, made in Vermont.
• Dark chocolate or white chocolate peppermint bark box by Serenade Chocolatier in Brookline, Mass.
• Dancing Deer gingerbread cookie house kit, made in Boston.
• Shaker box set of Dancing Deer vanilla snowflake & chocolate sea salt star cookies, made in Boston.
Several New England retailers are selling Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund’s holiday cards and gifts in-store, including The Paper Store, Stop and Shop, The Crafty Yankee, Cooper Jewelers, Terrazza, and photo cards by LookLoveSend. The products can also be purchased at Dana-Farber’s Friends’ Corner Gift Shop in Boston.
For more information or to view the entire collection, please visit: www.dana-farberholiday.org.