Many retailers are participating in the fight against COVID-19, and now you can help with your buying power. Shop these brands that are giving back to those in need during these times and help the numerous good causes that they’ve selected, from Feeding America and Meals on Wheels to creating their own COVID-19 relief funds.
Thrive Market started a COVID-19 relief fund and are providing free memberships to more than 1,600 families impacted by the pandemic. As of June 1, the company has raised more than $650,000.
With 50% of its proceeds from the sale of its Everlyne Bracelets, Kendra Scott and Feed America’s network of food banks have given three million nutritious meals and counting to children who face hunger while schools are closed. Additionally, a portion of proceeds from the Shop for Good collection helps women and children live their most empowered lives.
The MAC VIVA GLAM Fund has donated $10 million to COVID-19 relief efforts to aid frontline healthcare workers across the U.S. who are supporting communities of color that are disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
Crocshas provided more than 860,000 pairs of shoes to frontline healthcare workers globally. Learn more here.
Fanaticshas participated in the ALL-IN Challenge to provide food for those in need and frontline workers. IT has also halted production on jerseys to divert focus on using the polyester mesh fabric to make masks and gown for hospitals in Pennsylvania and neighboring states. Learn more here.
Olivela has partnered with Save the Children and No Kid Hungry, where 20 percent of your purchase provides essential supplies for families in need. Learn more here.
Enso Ringshas created Rings For A Reason, which gives 100 percent of its proceeds to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization. Learn more here.
Purpleis donating 10 percent of its net proceeds to building and distributing its mattresses to compensate for bed shortages in care facilities nationwide. Learn more here.
Rhoneis donating 10 percent of its proceeds to Direct Relief, a nonprofit that offers personal protective equipment and essential medical items to healthcare workers. It also launched BRANDS x BETTER as a pledge for brands to make to treat their customers, teams and suppliers better. Learn more here.
Bake Me A Wishdonated 5 percent of each order to Meals on Wheels America ending June 30. Learn more here.
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