The Brands Making An Impact During Difficult Times
March 26, 2020
March 26, 2020
What We Considered
We’re all staying home, we’re all being bombarded with online retail sales, and watching the news every day is getting to us. During uncertain times, it's difficult to know whether that impulse purchase will actually ease your worries. That's exactly why we've rounded up top online brands that are looking past sales and using their voice to do something bigger. By now, you probably know that small businesses are heading into uncharted territory - and despite that this crew is using everything they've got to make a positive impact. You should feel damn good about purchasing something from any of them - I know we do.
Whether it be signing up for texts that spread joy with Summersalt, or reading up tips to living a successful WFH life with Sarah Flint’s CEO Mary Beech. Brands like Monica and Andy are even going the extra mile and lowering the prices of their GOT certified products to make them more accessible. It feels really good to know our go-to’s are looking out for us.
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Made In has decided to pull all of their out-of-season cookware out of inventory and put it back online for you to shop. All profits are donated to Southern Smoke Emergency Relief Fund, which provides funding to those who own or are employed by restaurants and bars that are faced with unforeseen expenses not covered by insurance.
Everlane is starting a movement with their 100% Human line. 100% of the profits their tees and sweatshirts will be donated directly to Feeding America. Now is the time to expand on your lounge wear wardrobe— you will be directly making a difference.
Guys, now is the time to decide to start taking care of your skin. If Huron’s already low and affordable skincare line hasn’t made its way onto your shower shelves, it will now. Huron will be 40% of all sales being donated to Feeding America. So for goodness sakes, start washing your face.
The time to buy your Modern Citizen essentials is now. Starting now, $10 from every order $150+ will be donated to support hunger relief through Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund. In kind, Modern Citizen will match each donation with an extra $10 for a total contribution of $20.
Now is the time to stock up on Otherland’s incredible fragrances. Their new Awakening Collection will bring your home tranquility freeing up any added stress during this time. Order as many as you want knowing that Otherland will donate 10% of all proceeds this month to the Food Bank for New York City and offer 10% off all purchases with code SUNSHINE.
Since you won’t be rocking your latest shoe buy, stock up on some Comme Si socks. Keep your toes quarantined in buttery soft material to avoid any exposure to chilly floors or rogue puzzle pieces. Plus, Comme Si is donating 10% of sales to the Food Bank for New York City.
We know you, so we know that you’ve been wanting a pair of Allbirds for a while now. Grab them now, beginning March 24th, you can bundle any shoe purchase with a donation to immediately supply a pair of Wool Runners to a healthcare professional who’s already reached out to the brand. Already have a pair? It’s fine you can just donate.
Travel may be the last thing on your mind at the moment, but what about when this is all over? Refresh your luggage with Paravel as they’re offering 20% off sitewide and donating 15% of purchase processed to Direct Relief for the next two weeks.
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