Giving Tuesday 2018 Is On Nov. 27 & These Brands Are Donating All Proceeds To Charity
While you may soon be receiving a lot of packages from your Black Friday and Cyber Monday orders, it's important to remember that this is also the season of giving. Your list of gifts for others may be still be quite long, so start tackling some present shopping on Giving Tuesday. Not only will you be able to shop favorite fashion and beauty brands for your loved ones, but you'll also be giving back.
Not familiar with Giving Tuesday? Each year it falls on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving and is a global movement that promotes charitable giving during the holiday season. There are a variety of ways to take part in the celebration, including making a donation and giving your time or voice to an organization. This season, a number of brands are taking part in Giving Tuesday by donating a 100 percent of the proceeds of items to a charity of choice.
For all your fitness-enthusiast friends, pick up a few gifts from Manduka. You can shop everything from bras and leggings to yoga mats, knowing that 100 percent of the sales made on Nov. 27 will be donated to Susan G. Komen. And, if there's someone on your shopping list who owns everything Outdoor Voices, snag the Don't Look Back Shortsleeve T-Shirt for $35. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the limited-edition tee will go to the non-profit organization, Back On My Feet.
Other retailers are working with multiple organizations. J.Crew for example, has partnered up with Girls Inc., HRC, and charity: water, to create special capsule collections. To support Giving Tuesday, from Nov. 27 to Nov. 29, 100 percent of the sales from the co-branded collaborations will go to the charitable partners. Items range from $15 to $69.50, and include clothing and accessories for all your family members. Pick up the Kids' crewcuts X Human Rights Campaign "Love is the Way" T-shirt for your niece, a tee from the charity: water collection for a man your life, and the J.Crew X Girls Inc. tote bag for your mom.
For the beauty lovers, Fenty Beauty has just dropped the Killawatt Bling Vault Freestyle Highlighter CLF Edition + Brush for $350. The super limited-edition (there are only 10 available) product includes the best-selling metallic-silver highlighter and brush. If you're one of the lucky few who scores the exclusive Swarovski crystal-coated items, 100 percent of your purchase will go to the Clara Lionel Foundation, Rihanna's non-profit organization. The foundation is dedicated to helping education, health, and emergency response programs around the world. And, to make this gift even more special, Rihanna custom-selected the Swarovski gunmetal crystals that were then applied by hand.
Make your purchases count and continue on to shop the brands taking part in Giving Tuesday in a big way.
Outdoor Voices created a limited edition T-shirt with Subliming.JPG for Giving Tuesday. 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the non-profit organization called Back On My Feet, which assists people who are homeless with gaining independence by connecting them with community resources through exercise.
J.Crew has created co-branded collaborations with Girls Inc., HRC, and charity: water and has capsule collections featuring T-shirts, sweatshirts, reusable totes, and a branded S'well bottle, each with its own design for the respective causes. From Nov. 27 through Nov. 29, 100 percent of the sales from the collab will go to J.Crew's charitable partners.
The starting bid for these shoes in the auction was 99 cents; the auction will end on Dec. 6. From Nov. 27 through Dec. 6, eBay is auctioning exclusive inventory in a partnership with ESPN. All proceeds of the auctions will go to non-profits and The V-Foundation, an organization that generates support for cancer research and awareness about the importance of finding a cure for cancer.
Currently available for pre-order are two California Relief Tees from James Perse. One hundred percent of profits from the sale of The Woolsey Fire Relief Tee and Thousand Oaks Relief Tee will be donated to non-profit organizations such as the California Fire Foundation and Direct Relief that support families directly affected by the Woolsey fires and Borderline shooting. The tees retail for $125, but those shoppers who wish to give more can purchase one of the tees for $250, $500, or $1,000.
One hundred percent of every purchase of this exclusive Swarovski crystal-coated best-selling platinum highlighter and brush will go to the Clara Lionel Foundation, Rihanna's non-profit organization. The foundation is dedicated to helping education, health, and emergency response programs around the world.