Beyonce’s not the only one making Lemonade this summer!
What better way to beat the summer heat than by shopping for some new shades while sipping on thirst-quenching sparkling lemonade? We’ve got you covered—alongside our friends at Warby Parker. From now until the end of July you can find our ice cold, tongue-tickling, sparkling lemonade at select Warby Parker stores. And you can pay however much you’d like—all proceeds go to a charity chosen by each store.
Check out the list below to learn more about each charity and to find a Warby Parker
store near you! Cheers!
Buckhead in Atlanta, GA
Charity: Trees Atlanta, a nonprofit that protects and improves the city through planting, conservation, and education
Harbor East in Baltimore, MD
Charity: School 33, a group that promotes Baltimore’s contemporary arts scene and offers art education classes for local kids and adults
Lexington in New York City
HQ and Showroom in New York City
Charity: 826 NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills.
Greene St. in New York City
Charity: GMHC, an organization providing HIV/AIDS care, advocacy, and information about prevention
Bergen St. in Brooklyn, NY
Charity: BARC (Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition), a no-kill shelter that cares for and places abandoned animals in loving homes
Warby Parker Annex in Miami, FL
Charity: Lotus House, a group that provides shelter and other services for area homeless families
Edgehill in Nashville, TN
Charity: Monroe Harding, serving kids in foster care and those transitioning out of foster care
Warby Parker Frame Studio in New Orleans, LA
Charity: Women With a Vision, a health organization serving and advocating for local women
University Town Center in San Diego, CA
Charity: United Through Reading, an organization that provides service members with opportunities to read stories (over video!) to their children during deployment
Scottsdale Quarter in Scottsdale, AZ
Charity: Kids Need to Read, an organization that provides books to underfunded schools, libraries, and literacy programs across the U.S.