48 Face Masks to Buy From Brands That Are Giving Back

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As we continue to wear cloth face masks when going out in public due to the coronavirus pandemic, more and more fashion brands are stepping up, using their resources to make as many masks as they possibly can to keep up with demand from both essential workers and the general public. Unlike the boxes of disposable masks that are sold out everywhere, these cloth masks are machine-washable and actually quite stylish. And while they may not be as cheap as the disposable ones, they're certainly more sustainable, and almost every brand we've come across is also making donations of masks to healthcare and other essential workers, so you can rest assured that you're doing good while protecting yourself and others.

To make your search for masks a little less frustrating, below, we compiled 48 brands that are selling them while also giving back. Keep scrolling to shop stylish masks from fashion brands that are donating to stop the spread.


10% of sales of the 100% Human masks will be donated to the ACLU.


For every set of 3 masks sold, Staud will be donating a set of 3 masks to the Downtown Women's Center in Los Angeles.

Citizens of Humanity

Citizens of Humanity partnered with the Haas Brothers, an L.A. based artist duo, to design these masks. 100% of the proceeds of every mask sold will go to the Los Angeles LGBT Center.



Madewell and J.Crew have donated 75,000 single-use face masks to Montefiore Medical Center in New York.


Athleta is donating 100,000 non-medical masks to a major healthcare organization in support of front-line heroes.


Enro masks are equipped advanced PM0.1 filters that help to prevent the spread of disease and illness.


For every mask sold, they are donating 20% to directrelief.org to help them supply the necessary needs & gear to health workers everywhere.

Outdoor Voices

100% of the proceeds from Outdoor Voices' cool masks will benefit Direct Relief.

Banana Republic

Gap Inc. is working to get masks to those in need and is donating to organizations like Boys and Girls Clubs of America and Feeding America. Read more about their efforts here.

Mother Denim


Reformation is separately selling packs of five face masks for donation for communities in need (including essential workers). Donate here.


Gap is donating 50,000 reusable masks to Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada and is connecting hospital networks with millions of PPE.

Significant Other 

Revolve has pledged to donate more than 200,000 medical-grade masks to healthcare workers.



We couldn't not include this one from Revolve as well.


With each purchase (FYI: It also comes in denim), five masks will be donated to front line heroes in the most impacted hospitals of their community.

American Eagle

American Eagle is donating 20% of this face mask sale to Crisis Text Line.


For every pack of masks sold, Paige will donate a pack to be distributed to those on the frontlines. They're also including a mask at no extra cost with every purchase made on PAIGE.


Good American

For every denim mask purchased (which comes in three rinses to choose from), one will be donated to local businesses that need them.


For each purchase of a pack of masks, Rails will also donate a pack to essential workers and businesses in its local communities.

Michael Stars

Michael Stars is working to produce and distribute at least 10k masks total to LA Protects & local health clinics and organizations who are in need.


For every package of masks purchased, Nordstrom will donate a mask to help protect kids and families in our communities.


Skims will be donating one million dollars and 10,000 Seamless Facemasks distributed across four different charities including Good + Foundation, L.A. Regional Food Bank, Baby 2 Baby's Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund, and National Domestic Workers Alliance's Coronavirus Care Fund. 


Thus far, i-Blu has donated 5,000 masks to downtown L.A.’s homeless shelters, local churches, mission churches in Mexico, and local hospitals. They are planning on continuing to donate to those in need, in both the L.A. community and beyond, and donations are not contingent on consumers buying. i-Blu hopes to better arm all Americans with quality-made masks at prices that they can stock up on.

St. John 

For each mask purchased, St. John will donate three non-surgical antimicrobial masks to those in need.

Alice + Olivia

For every mask sold, Alice+Olivia is donating one to communities in need.


For every face mask purchased, a medical-grade mask will be donated to a healthcare professional.

Los Angeles Apparel

All purchases of Los Angeles Apparel's masks help fund its ability to donate masks to essential services.


With each mask purchase, Sanctuary will provide masks to organizations in need.


For each set of 5 face masks, one set will be donated.


Onzie has donated thousands of masks to local hospitals, and proceeds will be donated to healthcare workers across America through a donation to the Center For Disaster Philanthropy.

Rag & Bone

Each purchase of a Rag & Bone mask helps them donate to those most affected by COVID-19.


For each face mask sold, Eberjey will donate one to a healthcare worker.

Tanya Taylor

With every pack purchase, they'll be donating the funds to create one non-medical grade mask to be donated to a healthcare worker.


For each of these beautiful face masks sold (which also come in a cotton version), KES is donating one to a healthcare professional. 

Old Navy

Old Navy is donating 50,000 of these masks to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and Gap Inc. is supplying millions of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to frontline healthcare workers.

Lucky Brand

For every five-pack of face masks sold, the brand will donate five to Los Angeles citizens in need through their community partners.

Hedley & Bennett

For each mask purchased, Hedley & Bennett will donate a mask to those in need. 

Citizens of Humanity

Citizens of Humanity has re-purposed their sewing facility to produce masks for front line responders. They're also making masks available to the public (which are currently on pre-order).


Camp Collection

For every mask set sold, Camp Collection will be donating a set to a local San Francisco essential business.


The brand has also donated its non-medical masks to nurses and hospitals in California, New York City, and Guam.

Clare V.

Clare V. is distributing masks to frontline workers and receiving suggestions from their community.


For every mask sold, they will donate a mask to our local chapter of United Way.

Collina Strada

For each mask sold, five will be provided to healthcare workers in New York City.

Eugenia Kim

Five percent of sales from the masks will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House New York. Shop the rest of the color options here.

Next up, eight ways to be a more eco-conscious consumer.

This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.