In honor of Earth Day, our April favorites is dedicated to companies that practice ethical, and earthical, behavior! Purchase from these companies if you want to make an impact on our earth!
Wedderspoon Organics, a company which we are proud to do PR for, donates 5% of all Manuka KFactor 22 proceeds to the Rodale Institute. The Rodale Institute performs research to improve the organic agriculture industry for the enviornment, personal health, families and communities. Its findings help farmers and scientists around the world improve as well!
Skyline Socks offers, well, just that! Each pair of socks from this company is decorated with a U.S. skyline. With each purchase, Skyline donates a pair of socks to somebody within that corresponding city. The company donates to homeless shelters, nonprofits, veterans, deployed military individuals and more.
Warby Parker is not only trending for its elegant selection of frames, and convenient at-home try-ons, but for its charity! Warby Parker donates a pair of glasses to a nonprofit each time it sells a pair. It also donates to teach people around the world to give eye exams, so more people can receive care.
WeWood is a watch brand with the goal of "helping restore Mother Nature." The company partners with Trees For The Future, Treedom and American Forests to plant a tree for each watch sold. WeWood hopes to reach 1 million trees by 2020. Talk about giving back to the earth!
The Ivory Ella logo is a familiar sight amongst college students and bloggers, but many don't know about its mission. Ivory Ella gives 10 percent of all profits to Save The Elephants, and has racked up about $1.1 million in donations. Save the elephants works to create a loving and appreciative relationship between elephants and humans. It hopes to encourage people to stop purchasing ivory so elephants can leave the endangered list.
Hiptipico is not your average festival clothing brand. Each Hiptipico item is hand crafted with authentic Maya textiles by a Guatemalan artisan. Purchases directly impact the lives of such artisans, who share their stories and culture with customers all around the world. Shipping to the U.S. is also free!
Yoobi means "one for you, one for me." Yoobi's unique line of children's school supplies was designed to provoke creativity and art in schools. The brand also donates necessary school supplies and D.I.Y. materials to U.S. classrooms in need, using its profits. The brand hopes to teach the importance of giving and art education to children. Yoobi has already helped over 2.3 million students in need.