Bazzle Baby: The designer baby accessory and lifestyle brand has partnered with No Kid Hungry to donate 30% of proceeds from every purchase directly to the organization, along with an option for direct donation without purchase.
Billie: The fab body brand is donating $100,000 to food banks across the country helping those affected by the virus.
Corkcicle: Support small businesses affected by COVID-19 by sharing the name of your local Corkcicle retailer at checkout. In turn, the brand will send the store a check for the sale.
Crocs: The popular shoe brand just launched “A Free Pair for Healthcare,” offering healthcare workers across the country the opportunity to get a free pair of shoes of select styles while supplies last, with free shipping. They’ll also be donating up to an additional 100,000 pairs of shoes to be distributed across a number of select healthcare facilities and organizations.
DoorDash: The company created #OpenForDelivery, an initiative aimed to let consumers know that restaurants are open, that delivery is safe, and that restaurants need patronage more than ever to weather COVID-19.
Everlane: All the proceeds from sales of the 100% Human collection will be donated to the Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
Farmacy Beauty: For 30 days as of March 17, this fab beauty brand is donating 10,000 meals a day to Feeding America, and encouraging donations to the organization’s COVID-19 Rescue Fund. They plan to match contributions.
Grande Cosmetics: Get 15% off your order, and the brand will donate 15% of earnings to Feeding America to help the food insecure.
Gymshark: The fitness company has created a fund for personal trainers to ply their trade and be compensated for it! They’re employing trainers to host classes through the brand’s Facebook Live channel, and paying them an hourly rate to do so.
Heartloom: 20% of the proceeds from every order are going to Feeding America March 16-22.
Hermoza: Nominate your personal hero during The Modern Day Heroes Campaign, and the swimsuit brand will choose three each week to select an item from their store.
Hiki: The new body care brand is donating two free products to hospital and medical facility workers, along with anyone who needs a little personal care, who tag the brand on Instagram with @arfabrands and use the hashtag #TodayImFeeling.
Hu Kitchen: Purchase a box of Hu’s amazingly delicious crackers, and they’ll match with donations of an equal number of boxes to two local New York food banks dedicated to helping the food insecure!
I and love and you: The premium and holistic pet food brand has donated 11,000+ meals and 300 bags of treats to the Colorado Pet Pantry, and is donating locally to limit transportation during the pandemic.
Keen Footwear: The brand will donate $10,000,000 pairs of shoes to workers on the frontlines of the crisis, and their families at home. Just fill out a form on their website to tell them who could use the support.
Kendra Scott: 50% of all proceeds from the “Shop for Good” Everlyne Bracelets are being donated to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
Lapcos: Anyone who buys something from this K-Beauty brand for a little self-care will get a Self Care package valued at $20, including sheet masks and cleansing foam.
L’Oreal Paris: The beauty brand is making hand sanitizer and distributing it for free to care homes, hospitals and pharmacies across Europe. They’ve also donated over one million euro to those in need, and suspended payments from partner salons that sell the brand.
Luna Skye: The celeb-loved jewelry brand is donating $100 from every sale they make throughout the end of the month to ONE FAIR WAGE, a relief fund that provides monetary assistance to those affected in the service industry.
Marie Laffont: The French shoe designer has teamed up with the nonprofit organization No Kid Hungry and will be donating 30% of proceeds through May 18th to ensure children get the fuel they need to be successful.
Mutha: Grab a body butter, and 10% of that sale will be donated to the International Medical Corps to help address coronavirus in conflict zones.
Pacific Shaving Company: From now until the end of March, the Pacific Shaving Company is donating 100% of the profits from their site to the CDC foundation.
Pangaia: For every post, tip and hashtag Instagram users share and tag Pangaia with, they’ll donate one dollar to help support Doctors Without Borders.
Popsockets: Buy the two new PopGrips designs, and 100% of the sales will be donated to support Doctors Without Borders and Feeding America.
Provonias Group: For engaged hospital workers who are working during the crisis, the luxury wedding dress brand is offering a free dress until August 31.
SKIMS: Starting March 23, Kim Kardashian’s shapewear line is donating 20% of all proceeds from the Cotton Collection to Baby2Baby, to help solve food-insecurity for impoverished kids.
Theragun: Not only is Theragun having a sale on all their percussive therapy tools, but they’re donating a portion of all sales to support Feeding America.
Thrive Market: Yesterday alone, Thrive Market members donated over $6,000 to the COVID-19 Relief Fund, which the brand is matching dollar for dollar. They’ve raised more than $48,000 so far and given more than $63,000 in grocery stipends to families in need.
Tony’s Chocolonely: The fair-trade chocolate brand is teaming up with Fairtrade to support farmers, health organizations and teachers and provide free chocolate as a token of gratitude and appreciation. They’ll also be making donations to organizations, like foodbanks, that are working hard to support local communities in these difficult times.
UpWest: Proceeds from UpWest’s sale items will be donated to Random Acts, who will redistribute funds to support local organizations that help in ways including getting food to low income children and at risk elderly, through safe and reliable means.
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—Originally published March 20, 2020, at 1:30 p.m. PT