Where to Shop to Give Back

Some charitable companies you should shop at this holiday season!

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WeWood Watch Company
https://www.we-wood.com/

Founded in 2010 in Northern Italy, WeWood opened with not only the goal of making stylish watches, but a greater commitment to give the attention and care our planet desperately needs. Not only are their watches toxin-free and made from ‘remnant exotic hardwoods from around the world’, but for each watch sold, WeWood plants a tree.

 

Ivory Ella
https://www.ivoryella.com/
After learning the horrifying reality of ivory trade and mistreatment of elephants, the founders of Ivory Ella sat down in 2015 and decided to make a difference. With Ivory Ella’s partnership with the organization ‘Save the Elephants’ along with their goal to create change, they have collected over 1.6 million dollars for this cause in the past two years alone. Not only do they have comfortable and stylish shirts, but with each purchase, part of the profits goes to the ‘Save the Elephants’ campaign.

 

Sudara
https://www.sudara.org/
After founder Shannon Keither returned from a trip to India in 2006, she formed a small team and was compelled to have a positive impact on the lives of women she saw there. She was motivated after hearing stories of women sold into sex slavery and meeting women who were at high risk for being trafficked. Keith and her team knew that a safe, and steady wage would be the pathway to freedom and saving these women. Every pair of their pajamas, robes, and sweatpants are made in India, and support all the women there who are making them. With every pair made and every purchase made, these women not only gain confidence in themselves, but also find new hope and freedom.

 

Conscious Step

https://consciousstep.com/

Conscious Step is all about bringing positive change into the world. With each purchase of your choice of socks, you could be supporting a variety of causes, ranging from fighting malaria and treating HIV, to ending poverty and children’s education. You get to choose what cause you want to support, with each sock representing a different charity. Part of your purchase will go to organizations that fight in support of these causes, so shop here today!

 

Yoobi
https://yoobi.com/
Thousands of classrooms across the United States lack the proper resources and supplies to create an educational and welcoming environment for young children. Yoobi is dedicated to changing this. Their goal is to alleviate the burden of teachers to provide these necessary supplies, and to create equal learning opportunities for each and every child. With every item purchase, Yoobi will donate a school supply item to a classroom in need. This holiday season, stock up on these folders, notebooks, pens and pencils while also giving back to those in need.

 

Love Your Melon
https://loveyourmelon.com/

Over 15,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year, and Love Your Melon is dedicated to reaching out and making a difference in each one of their lives. With each purchase, 50you’re your purchase will go to supporting their nonprofit partners in fighting pediatric cancer. With over 4.7 million dollars raised and 149,738 beanies donated, Love Your Melon is definitely a company that you will want to support this holiday season.

 

Sevenly
https://www.sevenly.org/
“People Matter” is the mission on which Sevenly was founded when they opened their doors in 2011. Sevenly continually mobilizes charity-themed campaigns and promises to give $7 for each purchase in support of their campaigns, and 7% of profits from their cause-themed collections. All of Sevenly’s products are fair trade, slave labor free, and child labor free. With a variety of amazing products to choose from and campaigns to support, shopping here this holiday season is definitely a choice you would want to make.

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