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Socially Conscious Brands who are Giving Back

You Should Support These Brands

We have been putting together a list of brands that are giving back. These brands have either a social or environmental conscious and operate on a model of “buy one and we will donate one”. Check out these great brands:

Hand in Hand all natural soaps. For every product purchased, Hand in Hand donates a bar of soap and provides a month of clean water to children in need.

Baby Teresa 100% fair trade organic cotton clothing & accessories for babies.  For each piece of clothing sold, an outfit goes to a baby in need. For each accessory sold, a portion of the profits buys formula for babies in orphanages.

Tentree – clothing.  For every item purchased, tentree plants ten trees.

Panda – ethical, sustainable, handcrafted bamboo glasses. Panda has partnered with Optometry Giving Sight so that every pair of sunglasses purchased gives the gift of vision to someone in need.

Roma Boots rain boots.  For every pair of Roma Boots sold, a new pair is donated to a child in need.  Their mission is “giving poverty the boot” by bringing children from around the world hope, love and lasting change through aid and education.

Everything Happy children’s items. For every Happy product purchased, another one is given to a child in need.

Out of Print T-shirts, bags and cups among others. Each product sold donates a book to a community in need through their charity partner, Books For Africa.

Bombas socks. Bombas donates a pair of socks for every pair sold.

Cole and Parker socks. Cole and Parker, through a partnership with Kiva, loans proceeds from each purchase of their socks to entrepreneurs in poverty.

DivyUp socks. Whenever you but one of their pair of socks Divyup will donate a brand new pair of plain white or black socks to the local homeless shelter.

Bottle Bright natural cleaners for drinking containers. With every purchase, they give the same amount of Bottle Bright to people in need of clean water containers.

Cuddle+Kind hand knit dolls. For every doll bought, 10 meals are provided to children in need.

Everly all natural drink mixes. With every packet sold, Everly provides life-saving rehydration salts to treat kids suffering from waterborne diseases.

Good Spread – all natural peanut butter. Whenever you buy a packet of Good Spread, a malnourished child will receive a packet of RUTF (basically peanut butter filled with essential nutrients).

Do you know of any other brands that have a similar operating model? Let us know in the comments.

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