15 Brands Giving Back for Women's History Month

Treat yourself to something nice and give back to some meaningful causes at the same time.

By Emily Spain Mar 11, 2021 8:25 PMTags
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Happy Women's History Month!

As we reflect on the progress women have made, it's important to celebrate past and present females who have blazed the path for so many. And what better way to uplift women everywhere than supporting businesses that are giving back to female-focused causes and charities! This month, before you go to a big corporation to restock your shampoo or pick up a gift or upgrade your wardrobe, try to source your goods from one of the many brands giving back in honor of Women's History Month.

From meaningful journals and sustainable footwear to adorable tie-dye sets and empowering tees, we've rounded up 15 brands who are giving back to important causes and organizations like Girl's Inc., The Malala Fund and the ACLU

See below for our guide of brands who are giving back in honor of Women's History Month!

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Curio Diamonds

Curio Diamonds is donating 25 percent of all proceeds from March 8th through March 15th to the Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund, which seeks to provide opportunity and healing to communities of color, and especially to Black women and girls. And all of Curio's jewelry is under $60.

PopSockets

PopSockets is donating 50 percent of sales from the new PopSockets PopGrip collections will benefit the Malala Fund throughout the month of March. Malala Fund is working for a world where all girls can learn and lead by providing free, safe, and quality education.

Everlyne Pink Cord Friendship Bracelet

20 percent of proceeds from the Everlyne Friendship Bracelet will benefit The Kendra Scott Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute at UT Austin, which is empowering women to lead and encouraging the world to follow. So treat yourself (and your BFF) to one of these beautiful bracelets that will, in turn, help other women thrive!

Net-A-Porter

Creative Director and Co-Founder of Westman Atelier, Gucci Westman designed a International Women's Day t-shirt on Net-A-Porter with words "Force Feminine." 100 percent of the profits from the sale of the t-shirt will go to Women for Women International, a non-profit to help women survivors of war.

QUAY

Quay is donating 100k to Girls Inc., a non-profit that inspires girls strong, smart, and bold through direct service and advocacy. The donation will directly support girls 5-18 within the US and Canada. And you're going to want the brand's latest collection with Ashley Graham!

Saylor

This month, Saylor is partnering with Black Girl Ventures, giving 20 percent of proceeds from the new spring collection. Black Girl Ventures' mission is to provide Black and Brown woman-identifying founders with access to community, capital, and capacity building in order to meet business milestones that lead to economic advancement through entrepreneurship

Blue Stripes

Throughout the month of March, Blue Stripes will be donating 100 percent of profits from their site of revolutionary and innovative cacao creations and hydrating cacao water to Girls, Inc., a nonprofit organization serving girls ages 6-18 across the United States and Canada with programming and mentorship promoting healthy living, academic enrichment and life skills development.

Ba&sh Paris

100 percent of profits from sales of this tee, as well as 10 percent of all ba&sh North America sales on March 8th, will be donated to the Together for Her Campaign – an alliance between CARE, the Entertainment Industry Foundation, and the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project to support the global response against domestic violence during COVID-19. This empowering T-shirt is also available in black and white!

Jiggy

Featuring original art by Maliha Abidi, Jiggy's monthly subscription puzzle for March highlights an array of trailblazing women who have broken barriers, changed laws and spearheaded some of the most powerful movements in history including Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Marsha P. Johnson, Malala, and many more. Jiggy will not only give a percentage of the puzzle's sales back to the female artist, but they will also be donating 20% of proceeds to the Girls Opportunity Alliance on on IWD!

Wren + Glory x Bev

10 percent of proceeds from every purchase of this exclusive Bev x Wren+Glory 'Chicks' set will be donated to Uncommon Threads, an innovative non-profit that taps into the power of clothes and image as tools for strengthening low-income women by building self-esteem and self-worth. And the set is so rad and cute!

Jupiter

Healthy scalp, healthy life, right? Packed with powerful ingredients, this duo from Jupiter helps with dandruff and moisture retention. This week,  Jupiter is donating 100% of profits on their website to Dress for Success, a nonprofit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. 

Urban Stems x Bumble

Bumble and UrbanStems teamed up to create a special collection of bouquets, and they are donating $20,000 to the ACLU's Women's Rights Project, which has been fighting for gender equality since 1972. Make sure to send a woman who inspires you some beautiful flowers!

 

Lively

In partnership with artist Rafaela Mascaro, Lively is donating 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the Uniquely You Tote to I Support The Girls; a charity that collects and distributes essential items, including bras, underwear, and menstrual hygiene products to women experiencing homelessness or poverty.

Papier x Gurls Talk Notebook

100 percent of the profits from the Papier x Gurls Talk Collection will go to Gurls Talk, a mental health community founded by model Adwoa Aboah.

Avre

Avre, a sustainable footwear brand, is donating 20 percent of March sales to Equality Now, an organization that advocates for the protection of human right of women and girls.

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