16 Brands Giving Back to Those Who Need It Most Right Now

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Update your WFH wardrobe with cozy loungewear from Kim Kardashian's shapewear line, Skims, which is donating 20% of profits from the Cotton Collection to Baby 2 Baby's COVID-19 Emergency Response Program, which provides families with diapers, formula, and basic hygiene products.

The apparel brand known for elevated basics is donating 10% of sales April 2-5 to Doctors Without Borders, an independent humanitarian movement putting medical resources toward helping the most vulnerable communities fight the pandemic.

The sustainable fine jewelry brand is offering 20% off all orders with code BETTERTOGETHER, and will donate 20% of proceeds to the NYC Government COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund.

If you're still getting paid and able to work from home, you might be wondering how to help those in need, and apart from donating directly to organizations like #GetMePPE or Heart to Heart International, one way is to put your dollars toward brands giving back.

If you're taking this time to mask regularly, 100% of the proceeds from Tula's Nourishing and Brightening Hydrogel Mask go toward more masks for NYC’s COVID-19 healthcare workers through April 30.

You may not be thinking about investing in a luxury handbag right now, but Mansur Gavriel is donating 10% of sales of any size Bucket Bag to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund, which supports immediate and long-term relief within vulnerable communities.

The nail polish brand that coined the original French Manicure in 1975 has reconfigured its Los Angeles factory to produce hand sanitizer spray, with the first 10,000 units being donated to L. A. 's at-risk homeless population.

Keep your home clean and your hair healthy with Dyson products to support the company as they produce 15,000 CoVent portable ventilators, designed specially to treat COVID-19 patients.

As we continue to social distance to slow the spread of COVID-19, you're probably logging more screen time than you ever thought possible.

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While essential workers are on the front lines of the global health crisis, risking their lives to provide medical care and groceries, unemployment is rising rapidly and people are struggling to make rent or feed their families.

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