There’s a beacon of hope in this day and age of COVID-19, thanks to some incredible brands donating to the coronavirus crisis. Whether it be through donating hospital supplies, giving back to local food banks, or helping those who have been in need, these 21 brands know what it means to donate to those in need. With a little bit of kindness, this support goes a long way. A sense of community is built, and through this, we can start to rebuild our homes. We here at Amodrn have outlined some companies that are doing the most during this pandemic, in the best way possible. We hope that you can take the time to support them, so they can keep helping those affected by this crisis.
PopUpGrocer stores, at a time when they can’t have that experience, PopUpGrocer today launches The PopUpGrocer Box, a sweet package full of snack, home, and body care goodies from your favorite PopUpGrocer brands. The PopUpGrocer Box is available for sale here beginning April 6th for $50 each (plus tax and shipping + handling). Boxes will begin shipping the week of April 19th.
Sunwink donated 2,000 bottles to hospital staff across NYC through Founders Give, an organization that is working to create the largest food drive in NYC by providing frontline workers with quality food and drinks as they work through the pandemic.
Peace Out Skincare is particularly touched by their commitment to give back and continue giving back during the current crisis. Initially, the company sent 10% of all proceeds to benefit the hospitals in Milan, the hometown of Peace Out founder Enrico Frezza. Currently, they’re offering 20% off to all customers on their website and donating 10% of sales to those most impacted locally. Peace Out is also coordinating direct donations to health workers on the front line.
The modern reinvention of the traditional lunchbox made of a premium vegan leather exterior with an insulated interior for a healthy and fashionable commute to your new job or trip to the park! The brand is donating 20% of proceeds to Feeding America through the month of April.
Not only does Corkcicle have gifts for all moms, but they are also doing their part to support local businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. Through April 30 through the brand’s #SupportLocal initiative, all proceeds from purchases made on Corkcicle.com can be directed to the small business of the customers’ choice in their hometown.
Beginning on April 1 through the end of the month, Kopari will be donating $1 for every new transaction on Kopari’s website to Direct Relief, the humanitarian aid organization with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty and emergencies (including COVID-19) without regard to politics, religion or ability to pay. To further the brand’s impact in this effort, Kopari is thrilled to simultaneously announce a partnership with 26 other brands looking to extend their united impact.
Vital Tonics is a CBD company specializing in nano and water-soluble CBD beauty products. They’re sending CBD care packages to nurses, doctors, first responders and people in the hospitality industry who lost their jobs. Shop their products here.
Bondi Harvest, a world-renown restaurant and master of Australian cuisine is partnering with Frontline Foods to provide meals to hospital workers who are fighting the COVID-19 crisis. Go here to get pick-up and delivery!
Alfred launched a fundraising campaign to support UCLA Health’s COVID-19 Coronavirus Patient Care Fund. You can purchase these exclusive “I’m a Friend of Alfred” hoodies and 100% of the proceeds will go to UCLA Health’s COVID-19 Coronavirus Patient Care Fund.
As a Brooklyn-based brand, Ark Foods is committed to supporting its local community during this time of need and will be donating a truckload of shishito peppers to City Harvest – providing roughly 60,000 meals to the people of New York City. Ark Foods also supports communities near its farms and just donated enough fresh produce to FarmShare in Florida for 12,000 meals. As this crisis unfolds, Ark Foods will continue to seek out opportunities to help provide free food to those in need.
Bomani is donating 5.7% of net proceeds to Bartender’s Emergency Assistance Program for every can of BOMANI Cold Brew sold through the end of April. Reflecting BOMANI’s 5.7% ABV, BOMANI will also be donating an additional $0.57 for every person who shares BOMANI’s commitment (here) to the Bartenders Emergency Assistance Program on their Instagram feed and/or story.
To date, Cora has provided more than 10 million menstrual pads and health education to girls throughout Kenya, India, and the United States to date, and is currently seeking out ways to grant women access to essential feminine care products during a time in which period products are scarce due to panic-buying, and women in poverty are at a severe disadvantage. To ensure that women nationwide are able to find Cora products same-day, when they need them most, Cora will now offer its products at 5,000 CVS Health stores across the country and online at cvs.com, beginning April 24th.
In partnership with the New York Food Truck Association, CORE Foods is donating over 10,000 refrigerated Overnight Oat Bars + Probiotics to doctors, nurses, and other first responders at New York City hospitals, including NYU Langone and Mount Sinai.
PATHWATER is donating 100,000 reusable, infinitely refillable bottles of water to food banks across California’s Bay Area + launching a new Earth Day bottle tomorrow, with 100% of proceeds being donated to 5 non-profits such as Make A Wish, National Forest Foundation, and more!
Pipcorn is donating to Save with Stories, as well as to different ER’s across the country to provide snacks to their staff, and is partnering with the New York Food Truck Association to feed doctors, nurses, and other first responders at New York City hospitals, including NYU Langone and Mount Sinai.
Arranged a new program, Door to Door, to provide secure, safe, and sanitary transportation to their employees from their front doors to the company’s, ensuring that their team can continue to work, innovate, and keep the supply chain running smoothly for retail partners and consumers. Also, an onsite lunch is being provided for employees in the brand’s onsite manufacturing division. Additionally, they have implemented an additional two weeks of sick leave for anyone affected by COVID-19.
AloMoves, your on-demand yoga, fitness, and mindfulness platform for home and on-the-go. Alo Moves works with a diverse range of world-class instructors who will inspire you, challenge you, and help you take your practice to the next level. Alo Moves is providing access to a selection of FREE full-length classes on their YouTube channel so that everyone has the ability to practice in the comfort of their own home.
WTHN has launched its Sound Healing for Healthcare campaign. They’ve partnered with Nate Martinez of NTM Sound. They will donate 100% of proceeds from all WTHN sound therapy track purchases through May 15th to A Million Masks. This is an organization dedicated to the procurement of protective personal equipment for healthcare workers. Calm your mind and find peace, while putting in some extra love for those who need it most.
As part of their Sound Healing campaign, they’re also proud to provide free sound therapy to bring some comfort and calm to essential workers. However, do you or someone you know a first responder who could use some extra peace and calm? Email WTHN at [email protected].
From The Goods Mart, the Goods Surprise Snack Box is a simple, fun way to stock up on healthy, better-for-you snacks or show a loved one you’re thinking about them (boxes ship nationwide). 10% of each box will benefit Restaurant Worker’s Community Foundation so that we can pay forward your generosity with some of our own. You have the option to choose the sender of your choice or DONATE a box to:
Twentyeight Health, a mission-driven women’s health organization bringing convenience and affordable access to sexual and reproductive health, starting with birth control. During the COVID-19 crisis, Twentyeight Health wants ALL women to have access to birth control.