Charitable Shopping

Help support ABTA programs and research through Charitable Shopping.

The companies listed below graciously donate a portion of product sales to our organization.
So go ahead, forget the guilt and shop for a cause.

Interested in partnering with the ABTA? Review our Charitable Shopping guidelines and application or contact Kitty Snow at to learn more.

Laura Bundesen, Artist


Laura Bundesen stitches together art and neuroscience with an aim to translate real neuroscience information into abstract fiber art to create a sense of joy, wonder and inspiration. She offers reprints of her embroidered “Word Cloud” piece, with 20% of sales benefiting the ABTA.

Traveling Vineyard

Image result for traveling vineyard logoSince the inaugural release of the Bella Mente label in 2015, Traveling Vineyard has donated $1 from the sale of every bottle to ABTA—nearly $90,000—through its independent Wine Guides. The 2018 Bella Mente, Delle Venezie Pinot Grigio, Italy, is a 100% Pinot Grigio derived from the attributes of northern Italian terroir for a fruit-driven, clean, crisp white wine.  In addition to purchasing Bella Mente here, you can also host your own tasting with Traveling Vineyard’s free in-home wine tastings.

The Donut That Roared

What is that “obnoxious, noisy donut?” The Donut that Roared written by Joan Yordy Brasher and her nephew, Jackson Grant, a pediatric brain tumor patient, helps other young patients to better navigate their experience with the MRI machine. One dollar from each book sold benefits the ABTA. When ordering, please note you want your purchase to support the ABTA.

99 Mainstreet

Giving back to communities for a brighter tomorrow has always been the backbone of 99Mainstreet.  With every  purchase of ABTA-branded apparel, they will donate 25% to help fund our brain tumor education, support, and research programs. 

Piper Lou Brain Tumor Awareness Collection

Piper Lou saw a need in the marketplace for a FUN brand that was REAL. Designing apparel, tumblers and hats to be not only fashionable and functional, but to raise awareness. As the company has done since 2017, they will donate 100% of the net profits from brain tumor awareness purchases to the ABTA.

Byron King, Artist

Byron King is a 14-year brain tumor survivor and an artist, who practices Brazilian jiu-jitsu. His work reflects his brain tumor journey and meditations on life, and he also uses jiu-jitsu as a metaphor for fighting cancer. Byron offers a 20% discount on all items from his website. Please use code “abta” when placing your order.

Amazon Smile

Get all of the convenience and selection of Amazon, and support the ABTA at the same time! When you shop using Amazon Smile, Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase total to support the ABTA.

To get started, go to and select the American Brain Tumor Association. After you select the ABTA, you will see our name at the top left-hand side of your Amazon Smile page.

Tip: To make it easy, bookmark for future use. That way, the ABTA will benefit each time you shop.


PayPal Giving Fund

When you sell items on eBay, you can give a percentage of your proceeds to the ABTA for each item you list. As a participating seller, your generosity is rewarded with special eBay Giving Works features to help you attract more bids and higher sale prices. The ABTA will receive recognition in the listing and receive a percentage of the sale.

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Mindee Plugues


Mindee J. Plugues, of Los Angeles, CA, is vice president, marketing for the Applebee’s brand and brings skills including brand strategy, executive leadership, and marketing to the board. Plugues has been an ABTA donor since April 2001, following her father’s passing from GBM. She is also a former member of the ABTA endurance program, Team Breakthrough.

Bob Kruchten


Bob Kruchten, of Mount Prospect, IL, is a sales manager at Extreme Reach, a leading advertising technology company. He has strong skills in communications and fundraising, and has been advocating for the ABTA for 19 years in tribute to his best friend, Paul Fabbri, who lost his 10-year battle with GBM in 1998. Kruchten accepted the ABTA’s Joel A. Gingras Jr. Award in 2015 on behalf of the Paul Fabbri Memorial Fund.