Our first Community involvement. Cape Seasonings was invited to contribute in April 2011 to the very first Hope in the Harbor event at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, MD. We are very proud to participate in this annual fundraiser for St. Jude's and their children. It's an honor. Children. With cancer. Any questions?
The Land Conservancy of Adams County, based in my home town, Gettysburg, PA. (some guy by the name of Lincoln spoke there for less than three [3!] minutes a long time ago; what's the big deal?!?) preserves and protects our valuable rural landscapes, farms, and barns. Each year we particpate in the Fall Classic Road Rally that allows teams of cars and drivers to tour the sites they protect. A worthy cause for our future.
Cape Seasonings products are sold throughout the Mid-Atlantic region in select Whole Foods Market stores. We contribute product for their efforts to stimulate growth on a global basis. Once again, a noble effort for self-sufficiency throughout the world.
For nearly twenty years, both the East End Break Water Harbor Lighthouse and the Harbor of Refuge Light Station were our beautiful neighbors just off The Point at Cape Henlopen State Park. If you look closely at our "new and improved" logo, the Break Water Harbor light sits welcoming our 1631 ship to the shores of America at what would be the first settlement in Delaware, Lewes. Cape Seasonings products were born on the beaches of Cape Henlopen in the shadow of these wonderful beacons.