According to the latest census, Americans spend nearly $2,00 a year on clothes and accessories. And I’m confident that number has jumped even higher since then.

Imagine if some of that money we’re spending on clothes and handbags also helped people or creatures in need?

Well, it does if you buy from these companies!

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Direct Aid To People In Need

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Feed, founded by former model Lauren Bush, sells a variety of bags and uses the profits to donate school lunches to kids around the world.

According to their website, “every one of our products has a number stamped on it that signifies the amount of meals or micronutrient packets provided with its purchase.”

Sign up for their newsletter on their website and get 15% off.


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Half United

Half United calls its brand, “fashion that feeds.” They sell a line of jewelry, shirts, and bags and say for every product you buy, they give 7 meals to a child in need in the US, Fiji, Cambodia, and Haiti.

Sign up on their website and get free shipping on your first order.


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This Bar Saves Lives

This Bar Saves Lives, made popular by actress Kristen Bell, uses a one-for-one giving model. For every one of their snack bars you buy, they give a child a nutrient-rich bar that’s “specifically developed to treat malnutrition.”

Subscribe on their website for 10% off and free shipping.

You can also get the bars here through Amazon Prime.

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Fair Trade

Apolis - Caring Companies


Apolis has created an incredible bag that everyone can use every day. The large, durable ‘Market Bag’ that you can personalize, is promised to last at least 8 years and carry 100 pounds.

According to Apolis, they help to break a poverty cycle because “the mothers who handcraft your bag receive fair trade wages, annual profit dividends, and a retirement fund.”


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Anchor of Hope Box

With subscription boxes, you can continue to support fair trade each month. The Anchor of Hope Box delivers 2-4 handmade products to your door each month.
According to their website, the products are made by “refugees, survivors of human trafficking and others in vulnerable situations.”


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Cause Box

With Cause Box, you can get a box delivered to your door each season (4X a year) with products that the company says come “from the leading socially conscious brands… made ethically and sustainably.”

You pay $50 per box, that has $200+ worth of products.

Enter your email on their website to get $10 off your first box.

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Promoting Equality

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ROUND + SQUARE is a fashion brand with a mission. 30% of their profits go to Equality Now, a group that aims to “protect the human rights of women and girls around the world.”

Sign up on their website and get 10% off your next purchase.


Conservation Programs

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Sand Cloud

Sand Cloud makes gorgeous towels that repel sand. Their t-shirts are also incredibly comfy and are made of recycled water bottles! And best of all, Sand Cloud gives 10% of its profits to marine conservation programs.

I’m proud to be a Sand Cloud Ambassador. Use my code: TRACYS8368081 to get 15% off your order!

You can also get Sand Cloud products here through Amazon Prime.

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The Animal Pack

The Animal Pack also gives 10% of profits to marine conservation programs.

They have bracelets, rings, backpacks, and even home decor.

Right now you can get 10% off with code: SWIM.


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Ivory Ella

Ivory Ella is a line of super cute shirts and accessories with an adorable elephant design.

The company donates 10% of its profits to save elephants by giving to programs that aim to “secure a future for elephants and to sustain the beauty and ecological integrity of the places they live.”

You can get 10% off and 250 Club Ella points when you sign up with your email address on their website.

You can also get Ivory Ella products here through Amazon Prime.


Ecosia - Caring Companies


This one is so easy to use… you don’t even need to buy anything. You just search the internet, which you probably do every day anyway. Ecosia uses the ad revenue from your searches to plant trees where they’re needed all around the world.

Ecosia also publishes their financial reports to show where their profits go, they run their servers off renewable energy and say they don’t sell your data to advertisers.


Promoting Kindness

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Sunshine sisters

Sunshine Sisters is a super cute brand of kids shirts, accessories and stickers that read, “Be Kind.” Aside from the good message, they promise 10% of each sale is donated to programs that stop bullying.

You can get a free sticker pack on their website, you just pay shipping.

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