BY BUST Magazine
on Dec 25, 2014
Make a Donation in Someone Else's Name This Holiday Season
What do you get the person who has everything or, at least, doesn’t want more things? Consider making a charitable donation in their name. (Alternatively, you can ask someone to give to a charity in your name, as their gift to you.) The following girl- and women-friendly organizations all allow contributors to give in someone else’s name, and most will notify the giftee with a letter or e-card telling them that a donation was made in their honor.
Women for Women International (womenforwomen. Read More
BY Andrea Stopa
on May 06, 2014
Did you just drop your panties and realize you forgot to stop by Duane Reade on your way home? Have no fear my feisty friends, because L. will readily send a bicycle delivery woman or man anywhere in Manhattan to hand you a box of high quality condoms in an hour or less, for a flat rate of $8. Could it get any better than that? Yes, because for every condom you buy, a condom is distributed to high-need areas, adhering to L.'s 1-to-1/buy-one-give-one policy.L. Read More
BY Maggie Carr
on Jan 22, 2013
It is unspeakably cold here in New York, which is why we’re excited to cozy up with The Best of Gilda Radner at tomorrow night’s installment of PAJAMARAMA!
BUST contributor and ‘zine-stress Ayun Halliday will introduce this epically funny compilation of the late Ms. Radner’s most memorable characters and moments.
Your $8 ticket (which you can buy in a snap right here) gets you a seat in Videology’s lovely private screening room and a free issue of BUST—and all ticket sales will benefit the Gilda’s Club cancer charity. Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing
on Dec 21, 2012
Crate and Barrel has generously donated $100 on behalf of BUST to Rebuilding Together and their Disaster Relief Program for Hurricane Sandy.
Rebuilding Together is a non-profit organization that helps low-income home owners with repairs and renovations across the United States. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, this organization is using their Disaster Relief Program to help the families in need that were affected by the storm to reconstruct damaged and destroyed homes.
Almost two months later, the impact of Hurricane Sandy can still be seen around New York City and the surrounding areas. Read More
BY Intern Kerishma
on Mar 13, 2012
I could go on for hours about the annoyances of having long hair: having to specially schedule time to wash my hair every week, making sure to tie it up every night to prevent knots, dealing with the jungle of knots that develop in spite of my tying it back the night before…I’ll spare you all the rest of my grievances. Read More
BY Larissa Dzegar
on Sep 21, 2010
From now until October 15th, 2010, all donations made to Women for Women International will have twice their impact. The Women for Women International Leadership Circle of Washington D.C. is matching all donations made to the charity, which means that a gift of $25 becomes $50, or $75 becomes $150, or $250 becomes $500. Read More