Chocolate with Purpose – Moon Angel Sweets

Every bite supports a cause – choose from five charities at checkout and turn your treat into a sweet act of kindness

You Choose, We Share

It’s simple—shop your favorite gourmet chocolates, and at checkout, you get the power to direct our giving. Select from one of five impactful charities, and we’ll donate 5% of your purchase to support their valuable work. 

GiGi’s Playhouse in Raleigh stands as a testament to the endless possibilities for individuals with Down syndrome. This non-profit organization is dedicated to creating a world where all people are accepted, embraced, and given the tools to excel.At the heart of GiGi’s Playhouse are their free, transformative programs. These are carefully crafted for all ages and skill levels, focusing on developing literacy, math skills, motor skills, and more. Each program is designed not just to educate but to uplift, building confidence and self-esteem in a fun and supportive environment.Beyond academics, GiGi’s Playhouse Raleigh is a vibrant community hub. It’s where families gather, friendships are formed, and a sense of belonging flourishes. Here, individuals with Down syndrome and their families find more than just resources; they find a supportive network and a place to call home.GiGi’s Playhouse is more than just an educational center; it’s a beacon of hope and inclusivity. It stands as a powerful reminder that with the right support and opportunities, every individual can achieve great things.

Goodwill Industries of Eastern North Carolina, Inc. (GIENC®) continues to be a leader in an era of change by providing innovative employment, educational, and life enrichment opportunities to local and regional communities throughout eastern North Carolina. Based in Durham, North Carolina, GIENC is affiliated with Goodwill Industries International, a network of 155 autonomous community-based organizations across the United States and Canada. GIENC provides over 400 employment opportunities within its 42 Employment Program Centers. Proceeds from stores fund grants given to community partners, aid in combating food insecurity and homelessness, provide free educational resources and support employment program initiatives.

All youth have the ability to do BIG things. That is why Big Brothers Big Sisters of Triangle (BBBST) ignites the potential within every child and advocates for them to explore the endless possibilities of what they can accomplish. Mentorship is the one of the most powerful tools that we have to close the gap

1-in-3 kids in America are growing up without a sustained, adult mentor in their lives today, and in the Triangle, there is an estimated 42,454 children living at or below the federal poverty level. Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle exists to break the cycle of generational poverty through the creation and support of one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. We recruit, screen, match, and support the Big/Little (mentor/mentee) relationship. We view mentors and mentorship differently than other organizations. For us, it is more than tutoring or offering advice; it is building meaningful connections for a bigger future for our youth. All our efforts serve as tools to disrupt and dismantle the systems of racial inequality, oppression, and poverty.

HOPE NC was founded in 2018 by three parents, Dotty Foley, Orah Raia and Ginny Dropkin, who all have sons with autism, along with decades of collective experience in the disability field and their personal experiences of the challenging issues facing individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Laura Wells, Executive Director, joined the organization in 2022. The driving force behind the creation of HOPE is the dilemma many families face: where will their adult children with I/DD live when aging caregivers can no longer care for them. Families also want their loved one to have the freedom to choose to live in their own home with access to needed supports and services.

Extraordinary Ventures
Extraordinary Ventures is a Chapel Hill nonprofit with the mission of creating and nurturing self-sustaining small businesses with the philosophy that all people are employable.  They run six different businesses with a focus on creating job opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as autism.  You can invest in their work by donating here.