Given the current crisis, shopping might seem frivolous. If you are feeling guilty about browsing online, there is no need. By shopping online, you’re helping to save jobs at the companies where you shop and that is no small thing. But additionally, these retailers are making contributions to Covid-19 charities when you shop. It is a chance to do something good for others and something good for yourself.
Apolis Global Citizen sells customizable face masks for $19. For every face mask purchased, they are donating a day’s worth of diapers to a family impacted by Covid-19.
Designs That Donate always gives a percentage of their revenue to charity. With the code STAYHOME10, they are giving ten percent off to you and ten percent to three charities: two are Covid-19 related charities, the third is Feeding America which feeds children who face hunger while schools are closed. It’s a win-win. We love this Suzie Roher scarf for $295.
Mansur Gavriel is known for incredibly chic bucket bags. They are donating 10% of the sales of their famous bucket bags to the Global Giving Coronavirus Relief Fund. Sign up for their emails and you too will save 10%. There are three sizes plus more colors than we can count. We especially love this rust colored suede mini bucket bag for $495.
If you buy a pair of comfortable and cool $146 Allbirds wool runners for yourself, Allbirds will donate a pair to a healthcare worker.
Kendra Scott is donating 50% of the proceeds from their $40 Everlyne bracelets to Feeding America. We suggest you give some as gifts and we think two or three look great worn together. Incredibly, each bracelet sold funds 200 meals!