Shop these brands that are giving back to coronavirus efforts
Shop these brands that are giving back to coronavirus efforts

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As the coronavirus spreads across the globe, many are stuck at home wondering how they can help. With businesses closing, and millions of Americans filing for unemployment, it’s hard to know where to go. So during these stressful times, it’s nice to know that certain companies are helping their workers and the ongoing relief efforts.

Plenty of businesses like Patagonia, Apple and Nike promised to pay their employees while physical stores are closed, and even more announced donations or the diversion of resources to help fight coronavirus. Apple donated $15 million, Gap is making masks and gowns for health care workers, Headspace has free meditation courses for employers and its employees and Rosetta Stone is giving three months of free language learning to all elementary, middle and high school students worldwide.

The list goes on and on of companies helping out, from L’Occitane making hand sanitizer, Uniqlo’s parent company enlisting manufacturers to make masks and Lucky Brand donating clothes and sanitary kits to LA-based community partners.

If you want to help, but you’re not sure how, there are plenty of companies that put the power in your hands. While you can always donate to local food banks or charities, we’ve found a few brands that combine giving and shopping by donating proceeds to relief efforts. So whether you need shoes, clothes, a phone cleaner or even a massage gun, consider checking out some of our favorite brands that are helping coronavirus relief efforts.

Ably Apparel

The eco-friendly clothing brand is offering 25% off sitewide, and with every purchase they’re donating an item from their website to first responders on the front lines.

Aerosoles

This shoe brand has promised to donate 10% of proceeds from its “Share the Love” Collection to Feeding America, which supports crucial food banks across the country.

Aritzia

All profits will go to the Aritzia Community Relief Fund to pay employees and support their families through this challenging time.

Bazzle Baby

The baby fashionwear brand will donate 30% of proceeds from every purchase directly to NoKidHungry.com along with an option for direct donation without purchase

Body Guardz

This phone case and screen protector brand is dishing out 10% off all purchases with code BETTERTOGETHER, and donating 10% of those BETTERTOGETHER proceeds to Relief Haven to support Utah hospitals and small businesses in need

Boll & Branch

The luxury linen brand is donating 10% of proceeds through May 1st to fund the manufacturing of mattresses to donate to COVID-19 emergency medical operations. Plus, you can get 10% off all purchases with the code GOODNESS.

Casetify

Casetify’s UV Sanitizer kills 99.9% of germs on your phone. Other than supplying a truly helpful product at a time like this, the brand is donating 100% of proceeds from this sanitizer to