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These Fashion Brands Are Donating To Charity In Response To Coronavirus

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If there's a time to shop, it's now

Companies continue to close their physical stores due to the spread of coronavirus, but many brands are still operating business as usual through their online shops. In fact, many are depending on online orders to sustain their brands during these unusual times and are offering discounts to help steer customers their way.


Some companies are taking it the extra step, and donating part of their current proceeds to a range of charities, including hospitals and food banks. By shopping online with some retailers and brands, you're not only keeping their lights on, but also providing a little extra for those in crisis.

Below, a list of brands donating some of their profits to charity in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

This list will be updated.

Abacaxi: 15% of sales go to to The New Sanctuary Coalition, a New York City organization led by and for immigrants to stop the inhumane system of deportations & detentions in the U.S.; detainees and prisoners are especially susceptible to COVID-19 due to poor sanitation and close proximity.

AGMES: 15% of all online sales now through April 15th will go to No Kid Hungry.

Alejandra Alonso Rojas: 30% of her proceeds from her brand website between God's Love We Delivery and No Kid Hungry.

Ashley Zhang: A portion of every sale will go to No Kid Hungry.

Aritzia: All profits will go to the Aritzia Community™ Relief Fund to support the company's employees and their families.

Bagtazo: 20% of proceeds to go to No Kid Hungry.

Borgioni: 20% of online sales through March 31 will go to No Kid Hungry.

Chinatown Market: Proceeds from each of the city-themed merch will go to local chapter of Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund.

Coco Shop: 20% of proceeds to Feeding America, a national hunger-relief non-profit organization dedicated to providing support during this hard time.

Cult Gaia: 10% of all proceeds will go to No Kid Hungry. They are also sending random gifts to those rising in service all month long.

Edie Parker: 15% of sales go to Citymeals on Wheel, Feed American, and No Kid Hungry.

Frame: 20% of online profits will go to Baby2Baby.

Frances de Lourdes: 20% of all sales go to Feeding America.

Frye: Customers can donate $10 to Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund and will receive 30% off sitewide using promo code FIGHTHUNGER30.

Heartloom: 20% of proceeds from all purchases from March 16 to March 30 will go to Feeding America.

Irene Neuwirth Jewelry: 20% of all online sales and Melrose Place sales for two weeks will go to No Kid Hungry.

Jane Taylor Jewelry: A portion of online sales through April 1 will go to No Kid Hungry.

Jennifer Meyer Jewelry: 20% of sales will go to Baby2Baby.

John Elliott: 10% of sales will be donated to the UCLA Health Fund.

KkCo: 10% of all sales go to No Kid Hungry.

Labucq: 20% of sales go toward two hospitals in Milan.

Lele Sadoughi: 5% of proceeds will go to Meals on Wheels.

Loup: 15% of proceeds will go to Meals on Wheels.

Lucky Brand: Donating clothing and sanitary kits to LA-based community partners: The LA Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund, Shower Of Hope, Under The Bridges and on the Streets, and Delivering Good.

Luna Skye: $100 from every sale made through the end of the month to One Fair Wage, a relief fund that provides monetary assistance to those affected in the service industry.

Mansur Gavriel: 10% of sales from the Bucket Bag will go to the GlobalGiving Coronavirus Relief Fund.

Milo + Nicki: 20% of all sales throughout the month of March will go to Project Hope, a healthcare organization that is currently providing millions of pieces of lifesaving equipment during the coronavirus pandemic, which includes face masks, gloves, ventilators, and other healthcare supplies to hospitals throughout the duration of the outbreak.

Mr. Larkin: 10% of all proceeds go to Houston Food Bank and Kids' Meals.

NYDJ: 10% of all NYDJ.com proceeds go to the newly formed United Way Worldwide COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.

Online Ceramics: A portion of sales from its "I Will Get By" T-shirt will go to a local food bank in Los Angeles, providing kids with lunch during their time off.

RAILS: Donating a percentage of all purchases on railsclothing.com to No Kid Hungry.

Sarah Hendler: 30% of profits will go to No Kid Hungry.

Saylor: 10% of sales from their e-commerce site will go to God's Love We Deliver.

Self-Portrait: 10% of all sales for the next 30 days on self-portrait-studio.com will go to the National Emergencies Trust.

SKIMS: 20% of profits from the Cotton Collection restock will go to Baby2Baby's COVID-19 Emergency Response Program.

STAUD: 10% of the proceeds will go to Meals on Wheels for those who use the discount code THANKYOU25 through March 31.

Still Here: 20% of proceeds to go to a local New York food pantry.

Studs: 20% of all sales go to Food Bank for New York City.

Summersalt: For every order of $125 or more, $10 will be donated to No Kid Hungry.

Suzanne Rae: 15% of all sales through March 31 will go to Win, a New York City organization that provides safe housing, critical services, supplies, and food to homeless women and their children.

SVNR: 50% of profits go to to Meals on Wheels.

Tai Jewelry: 20% of all online March sales will go to Feeding America.

Tanya Taylor: 10% of sales will go to Kids In Need.

Viva Aviva: 20% of proceeds will go to Food Bank of New York.

WeWoreWhat: A portion of proceeds will go toward Food Bank of New York.

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