Giving Back :



Paris Art Label is passionate about helping our community. Annual contributions are made to the following charities. For more information about Paris Art Label’s community involvement, please contact us.

Paris Art Label charitable community involvement practices
Paris Art Label donates to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA)

The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) Campaign was courageously and boldly launched in 1992 by Mrs. Evelyn H. Lauder with the creation of the Pink Ribbon, the universal symbol for breast cancer awareness. The BCA Campaign is currently active in more than 70 countries.

Paris Art Label donates to help those with leukemia
DKMS Americas for Leukemia

Committed to helping patients in need of a bone marrow transplant by providing the best donor match possible.

Paris Art Label donates to NBTY helping hands to help those in need
Helping Hands

Their mission is to help those less fortunate or may need financial assistance or may be suffering from illness, trauma, poverty, abuse, or abandonment.

Paris Art Label constributes to the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts

Preserving one of Long Island’s historic landmarks as a leading cultural center– The Patchogue Theater for the Performing Arts presents a broad spectrum of national and international performing artists as well as provide a home for the gifted and talented members of the local and regional community.

Paris Art Label supports Patchogue Fire Department
Patchogue Fire Department

“Paris Art Label goes above and beyond to support the Patchogue Fire Department. They are our top supporter in the community with their generous monetary donations. Because of their generosity the members of the Department are able to receive much needed training and equipment to allow them to be able to remain safe while protecting the community. They are a true partner of the Patchogue Fire Department. We the members are grateful for all that they do.” - Patchogue fire department