It makes me happy to see that companies are giving back during coronavirus outbreakand all of this craziness. These companies didn’t have to give back and let’s face it, most of these companies are probably hurting financially hurting. But regardless, I love that they’re doing their best to help the first responders, essential workers (like grocery store works, delivery service workers, medical professionals, etc), help families affects by COVI-19, and providing more resources. It’s so nice to hear uplifting news with all of this going on and so cool to see how companies and Americans are giving during hardship.
So during this time, I definitely want to support these companies and encourage you all to shop these brands too! Here is list of companies giving back during coronavirus pandemic. It is a mixture of small businesses and my favorite brands!
Companies Giving Back During Coronavirus
They will donate 100% of profit from their 100% Human Collection to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
An Additional 20% of profiles will be donated to COVID-19 relief organizations for the entire month of April.
$10 from each Chicago Pendant sale will go towards Chicago COVID-19 Response Fund.
50% of all proceeds from the Everlyne Bracelets will donate to Feeding America network of food banks to support those who face hunger while school are closed. One bracelet is donating 200 meals.
This brand is donating $15 to for every order over $125 in efforts to No Kid’s Hungry’s COVID-19 efforts to ensure that children are adequately being fed during this crisis.
I love this wellness brand. They’re offering 50% off on all their products to anyone on the frontline of caring for their community during the COVID19 crisis (from healthcare workers to grocery store workers). I highly recommend the Propolis Spray. Helps with scratchy/sore throat and build a stronger immune system. Essential workers can email [email protected] to receive their discount. For the rest, get 10% off using the code RDULAY_10.
Save 10%, and they will donate 10% to local food banks in New York City using the code SUNSHINE.
This is one of my go-to at home workout app (it’s free too). For every new sign up, they will donate up to $1MM to Baby2Baby.
10% of total sales from delivery orders will be donated to Chicago Food Depository and the North Texas Food Bank.
Donating $500K in shoes to healthcare workers and medical personnel on the front lines of fighting COVID-19. You also have the option to buy a pair and donate a pair of shoes with a bundled price. Or you can just donate a pair of shoes at a discounted price!
They already distributed over $250K worth of Foundation to medical workers on the front lines. Starting in April, any purchase from their Foundation collection will be automatically donated to a medical worker.
10% of all online sales will be donated to support health worker fighting COVID-19.
They are showing their support to healthcare workers by reassigning their production facilities to manufacture hand sanitizers and donating them to health authorities and workers in France.
This denim brand is donating 20% of all profits to St. Vincent Meals On Wheels.This is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to prepare & deliver meals to homebound seniors and other vulnerable residents across L.A.
For every purchase of the UV Sanitizer, 100% of the proceeds will be given to Coronavirus Reilief.
H&M donated $500,000 to COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. The aim of this fund is to ensure all countries are prepared, especially those with weak health systems. They are also raising money to support the work to prevent, detect, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frambridge, one of my favorite photo framing services (think gallery walls) is using their factory to manufacture personal protective equipment (PPE) to support workers on the front lines of COVID-19.
They are donating one Counter+ Charcoal Cleansing Bar to healthcare workers on the frontlines for for every order (Shop One, Give One). If you are looking for a safe beauty facial cleanser, I highly recommend it. Made my skin so smooth and removed impurities.
I will continue to add to this list and find more companies as this whole COVID saga continues. Each and everyday, I’m discovering on social media about companies donating or giving back during the COVID-19 outbreak. I’ll do my best to update this list ASAP!
Their factories will be making over 2,500 fabric masks with water-resistant barrier and 1,000 surgical masks which will be donated to Million Mask Challenge. These masks will be distributed to NYC hospitals where they are needed the most.
They are donating a free pair of crocs to healthcare workers on the frontlines. Therefore, if you are a healthcare professional, you can request a free pair. Here is where you can request a free pair of crocs.
They are supporting small business by helping supplement their revenue. Corkcicle consumers have the option to select & support their favorite local shop. During checkout at Corkcicle.com, there is a new section called ‘Support My Local Store’ and that is how Corkcicle will recognize which store to credit.
All 3 of these companies are under one entity. They have donated to the local Feed America food bank partner, Philabundance and were able to donate 16,000 meals to their community. They also made protective masks for local healthcare worker across the country to hospitals in need.
They created non-medical, reusable face masks (J.Crew masks & Madewell masks comes in sets of 3) using their classic gingham and striped pattern for consumers to use. They also have made a donation t o supply 75,000 single use masks to Montefiore Health System hospitals in New York.
Rifle Paper Co partnered with Orlando Face Mask Strong and had a team of sewers volunteering their time to create medical-grade masks. They were able to donate thousands of tea towels to be sewn into masks and distributed them to Nemours Children’s Hospital and other local organizations.
They want to give back to all the healthcare workers. They started a #MoveHer intimate to recognize the healthcare heroes and already donated 2,500 shoes to frontline workers. Easy Spirit encourages people on Instagram and/or Facebook to tag a healthcare worker to offer recognition and potentially receive a free of shoes. They are also offering 30% off storewide (5/6 – 5/12) to healthcare workers using promo code NURSE30.
When you buy a pack of Tula’s Star Bright Hydrogel Masks (at 50% off), a healthcare worker gets a protective medical mask. This is Tula’s get a mask, give a mask initiative. Since their initial donation, they helped raised more than 42K medical masks.
They have been making face masks for the public. They are utilizing their well-known fabric (it is a super soft cotton) to create the mask for people to use. In addition to creating non-medical masks for the public, they also donated masks to healthcare workers. They’ve been working with #LAProtects program to support healthcare workers.
They are also giving back to the community. Under their One for All campaign, they are supporting and providing great relief efforts to individuals who are deeply impacted by COVID-19 and to the most vulnerable.
They’ve also donated to Service Workers’ Emergency Fund which provides economic assistance to restaurant workers nationwide. Other organizations that they have donated to is FreeForm. FreeForm provides financial security and long-term safety for domestic violence victims and survivors. And finally, they also donated to Emergency Pandemic Fund for Farmworkers. This organization protects the health and welfare of farmworkers, their families, and security of entire food supply during this time.
What other companies do you know that has been giving back during this crisis?