11 Brands to Support to Make This Giving Tuesday More Impactful

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11 Brands to Support to Make This Giving Tuesday More Impactful

The act of giving back, not only to ourselves but to our communities, is a core pillar at rē•spin. Thus, we honor Giving Tuesday, a global movement celebrating radical generosity worldwide. Giving Tuesday is responsible for a reported total of $2.47 billion donated to nonprofits in 2020. However, you can still uplift the cause without donating your money by amplifying the message.

Take a moment this Giving Tuesday and beyond to delve deeper into the spirit of giving back by recognizing those brands that are giving back this year. Here are 11 brands in the rē•spin shop that give a portion of their sales to different foundations and organizations, regularly making charitable donations so that you can make a difference as you shop. 

For more than three generations, co-founder Brandon Bert’s family have been creating their certified organic, non-GMO greens to harvest peak nutrition. Through Amazing Grass, co-founders Todd and Brandon have set out on a mission to impact their company, community, and the world positively. Last year, they created the internal Board of Change Makers which focuses on nutrition, sustainability, education, diversity, and inclusion, raising money for organizations like Vitamin Angels, Trees For the Future, and Learn to Give.

In 2018, three-time cancer survivor Jill Johnson and her son set out to create meaningful gifts that would serve as tokens of strength for their recipients. As the family-run brand has grown, it continues to channel this spirit through the act of gifting and giving back. Awe Inspired donates 20% of all proceeds to charity partners; to date, they have donated over $700,000 to various organizations that customers can select at checkout.

Clevr Blends is a women-led wellness brand based in coastal California. It got its start as a pop-up, adaptogenic coffee bar in 2016. It was after traveling the United States to educate others on the benefits of herbs and plants that the founders created the accessible wellness brand we know today. With each purchase, the brand gives 1% to the nonprofit of your choosing.

As part of the Human Beauty Movement, this brand — rooted in self-love — pledges to support inclusion, wellness, and sustainability, within the beauty industry and beyond. In addition to being a Certified B Corporation and a Social Enterprise Alliance, they have donated funds to Gates Philanthropy Partners and Change.org for pandemic-related projects and Black Lives Matter. Additionally, humanist Beauty has committed to donating 3% of gross revenue to vetted 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.

Joy Smith’s goal as a mother, grandmother, and humanitarian has always been to bring comfort and compassion to everyone she can reach. Before becoming the CEO and co-founder of Joy Organics, she struggled with sleep and other health issues, leading her to seek natural support for her body — eventually leading her to CBD. Last year, the brand launched an initiative called Joy In Action. This initiative selects nonprofits focused on improving the lives of their local communities, and each month, the team donates a portion of its revenues.

The female-founded company is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to alleviating poverty by promoting the economic self-sufficiency of women across the globe. They are sourcing products from over 70 artisan groups in over 25 countries and sovereign states worldwide. In addition to donating sales revenue, you can also make direct donations through the website.

Rooted in traditional Chinese medicine, co-founders Gianna de la Torre and Britta Plug have committed to supporting the AAPI community via quarterly donations. So when buying the brand’s face and body products, you have the benefit of knowing that the brand knows how to give back — not just to the self through wellness but also to the community that holds us.

Parachute was launched in 2014 to provide consumers with impeccable bedding for their homes, since expanding to other areas of the home so that customers can curate home environments to complement their daily lives. Parachute has also partnered with the United Nation’s Nothing But Nets campaign to send life-saving, malaria-preventing bed nets to those in need. In addition, parachute donates a net to the organization for every Venice Set sold.

 

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