Sitting at home and watching the COVID – 19 crisis unfold every day is heart-wrenching. The mere fact that we are safe and secure in our homes while the front line workers are risking their lives for all of us fills our hearts with deep gratitude each and every one of them. We all can do our bit in helping to flatten the curve by staying at home and maintaining social distance.
In case you have been wanting to do something for all the essentials workers out there on the front line here is your chance to give your thanks by shopping from these business and independent designers which have committed to donating their online sale proceeds to Red Cross, Doctors without Borders, or local food banks all around the World. So while you shop your favourite product from these brands, they will make sure that the one’s who are affected during the coronavirus outbreak are helped.
DKNY has pledged to give 100% of net proceeds from the sale of Essential Tee towards the NYC’s Mayor’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund.
Caroline Constas is donating 15% of all net sales until the end of June from their Website to City Harvest, New York City’s largest food rescue organization, which is helping those affected by COVID -19.
All Americans have got together Prabal Gurung, 3.1 Philip Lim and Monse to design merchandise benefitting All Americans. All proceeds go towards COVID -19 relief efforts including medical supplies, curbing racism and violence and economic stimulus for small and medium-sized business.
4. Misha Nonoo
Misha Nonoo will donate $85 for every purchase of the limited edition ’ husband shirt’ to the World Health Organization’s COVID -19 response fund.
Ancient Greek in partnership with DESMOS will give away 10% of sale towards COVID-19 Relief efforts in Greece on purchase of every pair of sandals.
6. Tanya Taylor
Tanya Taylor will allocate funds to manufacture 5 non-medical-grade masks for every purchase made on tanyatylor.com. They also have a fundraiser on their website for the creation and distribution of non- medical-grade masks in New York City and Canada.
Loewe is donating 40 Euros for every product sold in the Paula’s Ibiza fashion collection between April and August 2020 in stores and on loewe.com. All the proceeds will go to educational projects to ensure a better future for children in socially vulnerable groups affected by COVID-19.
Erdem will be donating 10% of sales from its Spring 2020 collection towards National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal.
Michelle Waugh is donating 15% of all of its online sales towards Feeding America. This includes purchases from Saks, Goop and matchesfashion.com.
10. John Elliot
John Elliot is allocating 10% of proceeds from its Spring/Summer 2020 collection towards UCLA Health Fund – Coronavirus Research and Education. Currently, the collection is available at 25% off.
Live the Process is donating three sustainable twisted headbands to our unsung heroes for every online purchase through Livetherpocess.