Shop & Support
You can support the Hydrocephalus Association’s mission to find a cure and improve the lives of those living with the condition.
You can support the Hydrocephalus Association’s mission to find a cure and improve the lives of those living with the condition just by shopping with these companies or by purchasing merchandise for the HA Store.
Raise awareness about hydrocephalus and look great doing it! Show your support for our #NOMOREBS (No More Brain Surgeries) campaign by purchasing HA merchandise – whether it’s a t-shirt, a comfy hoodie or a travel mug. Look good. Feel great. Raise Awareness.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Hydrocephalus Association every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to The Hydrocephalus Association. Be sure to select the Hydrocephalus Association as your charity beneficiary.
Image Outfitters is a promotional products supplier who uses business as a way to generate funds for charities across the nation, both big and small. It's simple, place your next promotional products order with Image Outfitters, and they will use their 'iShare Charitable Donations Program' to donate up to 10% of the sale to the Hydrocephalus Association!
Locust Cider is a family owned and operated hard cider company based in Woodinville, Washington. We believe in making real cider accessible for real people. We specialize in modern ciders made with all locally sourced Pacific Northwest ingredients, adding an innovative spin on classic cidermaking methods to bring out the best in the everyday apple. In addition to our cidery and taproom in Woodinville, we have taprooms in Seattle and Tacoma, Washington, and a soon-to-be-open cidery and taproom in Fort Worth, Texas. Our cans and bottles can be found throughout Washington, Oregon, Florida, California, and Texas currently.
“In 2015, the same year Locust Cider opened, our founder's daughter was born with hydrocephalus. We have since made it our mission to use our business as a vessel to support research and drive awareness. A portion of proceeds for all cans and bottles as well as our cider club are donated to the Hydrocephalus Association on both a local and national level.”