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Charitable Fashion Brands That Donate And Help A Cause

Charitable Fashion Brands That Donate And Help A Cause

We are going to skip the new year, new you thing for this post, but if you are something who is thinking of making changes to your wardrobe or yourself then why not make your shopping count for something? We see now more than ever, designers and brands that show just how stylish charity can be. We see big fashion houses contributing a huge amount to different charities and many celebrities have come out with a t-shirt collection, where the profits go to AIDS and cancer awareness charities. The increase in charities through this way it definitely a reason to celebrate fashion. However, while these amazing efforts are great there are some fashion brands out there that contribute all the time throughout the year with their products. Welcome the days of some guilt-free shopping and check out some of the charitable fashion brands that are doing their part and giving back.

The is one of the best ways to put your money where your mouth is and we are sure that just being a better person is on your resolution list every year so give this charitable fashion brands a try.


Charitable Fashion Brands That Donate And Help A Cause

Charitable Fashion Brands: Fashionable


Started by Barrett and Rachel Ward to help women to leave the sex industry while giving them a source of employment, they now work with women globally from different backgrounds. The brand works to create opportunities for economic growth to marginalized communities everywhere.

Charitable Fashion Brands: Feed


Started by Lauren Bush Lauren in 2007, FEED creates beautiful bags, accessories, and shirts that provide nutritious meals to those in need. It also works under fair-labor conditions and alongside artisans in different countries. When you purchase something, most of the items come stamped with a number to show you just how many meals your purchase has provided.

Charitable Fashion Brands: The Giving Keys

The Giving Keys

The Giving Keys employs those transitioning out of homelessness with the help of their partner Chrysalis, a non-profit organization that create a path to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income people. The jewelry brand mainly involves keys that have some powerful and inspirational words written on them, they make the perfect gift for any occasion.

Charitable Fashion Brands: Lemlem


Liya Kebede started this brand and it features hand-spun women and children’s clothing. The line was founded to preserve the art of traditional weaving in Ethiopia and to offer work to local artisans, giving job opportunities to women across Africa. The line also supports an organisation which works to address access to life-saving maternity care.

Charitable Fashion Brands: Naja Lingerie

Naja Lingerie

This lingerie is a very ethical brand, founded by Catalina Girald and Gina Rodriguez. They primarily employ single mothers or female heads of households where they are paid above market wages with healthcare benefits. They also employs women in the slums of Colombia to make lingerie bags for each Naja purchase, making them “micro-entrepreneurs” and two percent of Naja’s revenue is also donated to charities that provide continued education to these same women.

Charitable Fashion Brands: Noonday Collection

Noonday Collection

Noonday aims to empower and create jobs for those who need them by partnering up with artisan entrepreneurs from across the world. Not only that, they help create mini business for women in the U.S and gives 10 percent of its sales at Adoption Trunk Shows to help adoptive families bring their children home.
Charitable Fashion Brands: Roma Boots

Roma Boots

For every pair of boots sold, a new pair is donated to a child in need. Simple as that. Ten percent of proceeds also fund educational initiatives around the world.

Charitable Fashion Brands: Soko


Soko is an ethical jewelry and accessories brand that brings together handmade goods from emerging markets to consumers. Their jewelry supply chain increases income 5 times over for marginalized artisans in the developing world.

Charitable Fashion Brands: tentree


For every purchase from tentree, they plan 10 tree. To date, the company has planed enough trees to provide thousands of days of employment, remove a remarkable amount of pollution from the atmosphere, and restores tens of thousands acres of land.

Charitable Fashion Brands: Thinkx


THINX helps girls stay in school, nearly 100 million girls in the developing world fall behind in school because, with lack of period supplies, they have to miss out during their periods. With every purchase, THINX sends funds to their partner organization, AFRIpads, where they train women to sew and sell washable, reusable cloth pads. This creates jobs for women and makes the pad affordable for girls to buy and stay in school.

We have put together a few products from these charitable fashion brands incase your feeling very inspired and want to buy something from them right away. Make a change this year 🙂 

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