If you love shopping and charity, you absolutely must know about these clothing companies that give back. After a little research, we were pleasantly surprised by the number of companies that give back while also providing products that are extremely stylish. Here, we have rounded up nine of our top favorite companies that have initiatives and items worth knowing about.
The good news (beyond the obvious) is that you don't ever have to feel guilty about shopping at these brands. Accompanying your stylish purchases at the brands ahead entails everything from providing someone in need with glasses or a nutritional meal to planting a tree. With an incentive like that, you won't be able to say no to shopping at these clothing companies that give back.
Scroll down to learn all about the most stylish clothing companies that give back, and to shop an item we love from each.
This collection vows to donate $5 to the American Civil Liberties Union for every 100% Human product sold. With everything in politics dividing us lately, this takes initiative to remember that we can unite on the fact that we are all human.
The proceeds of this necklace benefit the With My Own Two Hands Nonprofit Organization, which is currently working on building a dormitory at the Helga Maasai Girls Rescue Center in Kajairo, Kenya. This will provide a safe place and an education center to the girls in need there.
Warby Parker partners with non-profits to ensure that for every pair of glasses sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.
Lemlem ensures that 5% of all sales promote the Liya Kebede Foundation to support African moms. The Liya Kebede Foundation works to address the top health concern of women in Africa—access to life-saving maternity care.
THE BRAVE COLLECTION
The Brave Collection provides jobs to Cambodian artisans, where 10% of the profits are donated to fight human trafficking while also partnering with programs that empower vulnerable Cambodian girls.
For every T-shirt purchased, Amour Vert will plant a tree somewhere in North America. In partnership with American Forests, they have already planted more than 100,000 trees.
This jewelry collection is handcrafted in Laos from Vietnam War shrapnel, truly turning something negative into something positive. Each item helps clear unexploded ordnance, making land safe and providing new metal to artisans.
For every pair of glasses bought, a pair of reading glasses is donated to someone in need in partnership with Eyes on Africa.