Social Justice

Chambers Vintage operates on a business model that effectively creates social change through e-commerce.

We are rethinking the power of the purchase. What we do with our dollars can drive social impact and awareness around issues that mean something, like the fight for social, racial and ecological justice.

We donate 2% of our profits to social justice organizations. Check out the list below of the incredible organizations we have been honored to work with.


Stockbridge Munsee Historic Preservation Department

Chambers Vintage is now located in the Hudson Valley on property we have purchased, however the original stewards of this land are the Lenni Lenape peoples whose descendants comprise the Stockbridge Munsee Tribe. Their ancestors were forcibly removed from this region generations ago, moving as far west as Wisconsin and as far north as Canada. We have chosen to honor their ancestral land by donating 5% of every sale to The Stockbridge Munsee Historic Preservation Department, whose primary responsibility is to ensure the identification, protection, and preservation of archaeological and historical sites in the Hudson Valley area and beyond. 

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Summer 2021

Send Chinatown Love

Businesses in Chinatown were hit first by the pandemic, suffering revenue losses of 60-80%* as early as February 2020 as anti-Asian sentiment swelled. Today, merchants are still struggling to stay afloat due to steep decreases in foot traffic and mounting expenses. Send Chinatown Love is a digital platform that crowd-sources funding for small businesses in Chinatown to keep them afloat and help them survive this challenging time. 

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Spring 2021


Founded in 1909 in response to the ongoing violence against Black people around the country, the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) is the largest and most pre-eminent civil rights organization in the US. With over 2,200 units and branches across the nation, along with well over 2M activists. Their mission is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.

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 December 2020:


Darkspark uses songwriting, recording of pop songs and storytelling to empower youth to reduce prejudice and promote cultural understanding. A not-for-profit founded by musicians, Darkspark is driven by a culturally diverse network of recording artists, music producers, educators and filmmakers who harness pop culture as an effective catalyst for social change.

November 2020:

Fair Fight

Fair Fight PAC was founded by Stacey Abrams to promote fair elections in Georgia and around the country, encourage voter participation in elections, and educate voters about elections and their voting rights. Fair Fight brings awareness to the public on election reform, advocates for election reform at all levels, and engages in other voter education programs and communications.

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October 2020:


Motherhood is a full-time job. Tender honors the strength, perseverance, and love that goes into caretaking. We’ve made it our primary goal to make the essentials accessible.

Borne out of a need to help mothers, especially those on the margins, Tender’s founder, Jaycina Almond, sought to create something that combined her passion for philanthropy with her experience as a mama.

We are committed to being a safe haven for the mothers of Atlanta using the power of our community to protect and provide our mamas with the TLC they deserve.

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September 2020:

Color of Change 

Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization.

They help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us. As a national online force driven by 1.7 million members, they move decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.

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August 2020:

Ancient Song

Ancient Song Doula Services is a international doula certifying organization founded in the Fall of 2008 in Brooklyn, New York with the goal to offer quality Doula Services to Women of Color and Low Income Families who otherwise would not be able to afford Doula Care and training a workforce of full spectrum doulas to address health inequities within the communities they want to serve . 

Ancient Song Doula Services mission is to offer all pregnant and parenting individuals  regardless of their socio-economic standing quality Doula Care, provide resources young mothers to make healthy choices in their lives, and advocacy to address health inequities within marginalized communities.  Ancient Song is committed to addressing implicit bias and racism within healthcare system by providing evidence -based education in birth and reproductive justice, advocacy & training, and direct doula services to all regardless of their socio - economic standing. modalities realizing that in order to move on in the future we must not forget the foundation that has been left for us to continue to build on. 

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July 2020:

The Bail Project

The Bail Project, Inc. is a non-profit organization designed to combat mass incarceration by disrupting the money bail system ‒ one person at a time.

 "We believe that paying bail for someone in need is an act of resistance against a system that criminalizes race and poverty and an act of solidarity with local communities and movements for decarceration. Over the next five years, The Bail Project will open dozens of sites in high-need jurisdictions with the goal of paying bail for tens of thousands of low-income Americans, all while collecting stories and data that prove money bail is not necessary to ensure people return to court. We won’t stop until meaningful change is achieved and the presumption of innocence is no longer for sale."

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June 2020:

The Southern Poverty Law Center

"The SPLC stands up for the powerless, the exploited and other victims of discrimination and hate. For more than four decades, we’ve won landmark cases that brought systemic reforms in the Deep South. We’ve toppled remnants of Jim Crow segregation and destroyed violent white supremacist groups. We’ve shattered barriers to equality for women, vulnerable children, the LGBT community and the disabled. We’ve protected migrant workers and immigrants from abuse, ensured the humane treatment of prisoners, reformed juvenile justice practices, and more."

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May 2020:

New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE)

NICE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of vulnerable and precarious immigrant workers in New York, with a focus on day laborers, domestic workers, and newly arrived immigrants. We offer an extensive set of services, community organizing, and leadership development programs.

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