ROUND + SQUARE’s ethical clothing supports equal rights, sustainability, and transparent supply chains. ROUND + SQUARE clothing is crafted using organic cotton and donates 10% of profits to Equality Now, a non-profit fighting for legal rights for women and girls around the world.Read More
Love making an impact with your purchase? Check out this list of brands that give back featuring over 30+ socially responsible brands giving back to different causes.Read More
5028 is a small-batch artisan shoe company focused on the art of crafting shoes through ethical practices and upcycled materials. Their limited edition shoes are crafted with deadstock materials making their shoes extra special due to only producing up to 250 pairs of a particular style/color. 5028 furthers their social impact by donating $5 from each pair sold to mental health support groups.Read More
Sanaya Set is a seasonal collection of intentional products focused on self care and social justice. This beautifully curated set, available by subscription or as a stand-alone purchase, is empowering womxn and educating individuals on intersectionality. No, womxn is not a typo silly, keep on reading!Read More
Our friends at Vita Shoes have launched a new charity campaign for the month of October! And were nice enough to give followers of The Honest Consumer a discount code to celebrate! Use the code HONESTEMILY to receive 10% off your purchase!Read More
Lemur Bags is on a mission to protect the critically endangered lemurs through the creation of their bold print, cotton canvas bags. Lemur Bags donates 15% of all profits to lemur conservation organizations.Read More
Idea Organic uses sustainable, organic materials to create unique phone cases, allowing consumers to hold a piece of nature in the palm of their hands.Read More
Weighting Comforts is making it possible for troubled sleepers to catch some z's with weighted blankets. Weighted blankets have been used to help people with anxiety, depression, PTSD, autism, and insomnia reach a relaxed state. This family run company also provides employment opportunities for refugees through their partnership with the non-profit Sew for Hope.Read More
Dynamikos creates bold, thoughtfully designed eyewear and uses 20% of net profits to invest in humanitarian and environmental conservation efforts through their non-profit partnerships.Read More
Want to "look good and save animals?" GoodBeads jewelry is carefully crafted with a love for nature and sustainable materials. For each piece of jewelry sold, GoodBeads donates $5 to a partnering nonprofit focusing on wildlife & conserving the environment.Read More
Yuhme creates sustainable water bottles made from sugarcane. Each water bottle sold provides six months of clean water for communities in the Central African Republic.Read More
Each BANDED product provides three meals for a child in Uganda, Latin America, or the Caribbean.
BANDED was inspired by a gap in the market place of headbands causing headaches. When BANDED was first designing their headbands, the team figured out a mechanism to fit children and adults pain free. This led to an innovative patent on BANDED’s headbands which have intricate pockets on the side of the headbands allowing for comfort and stability.
The BANDED team wanted to do more than just make a good product. They wanted to make an impact.Read More
Bohnd Bracelets sell bracelets that bring people together while encouraging individuals to embrace their unique stories. A portion of the bracelet profits are invested in young student entrepreneurs. My Bohnd Bracelet colors are green and pink. These colors serve as a reminder that despite the chaos taking place in the world, it is important to focus on loving one another.Read More
With the high cost of eye care and 15% of the world’s population lacking access to glasses, Warby Parker founders saw opportunity. Warby Parker provides affordable glasses through a buy a pair, give a pair business model. Through their partnership with VisionSpring for each pair of glasses sold, a pair is donated to someone in need.Read More
1220 BloomSt sells intricate, hand sewn accessories donating 25% of sales to hospice care in Nashville.
1220 BloomSt founder, Julie discovered her love for sewing in a high school. She continued developing her skills. After giving hand sewn gifts and receiving compliments on her work, she decided to start a business of her own, 1220 BloomSt. 1220 which represents the day that Julie came into her own and became the person she wanted to be and BloomSt which represents the flowers she creates blooming, symbolizing women embracing their full potential.Read More