Brands Donating Profits to COVID-19 Relief
In lieu of the Coronavirus pandemic, brands around the world have decided to donate their profits to relief funds.
One brand, Lipslut, made an effort to provide donations to CoVid relief as shared by a recent Instagram post. The company explains, “Coronavirus affects us all — whether we’re sick, staying home from work, no longer have access to childcare, or have reduced access to food… This fundraiser aims to be a proactive step in supporting the organizations that work to offset some of these difficulties.”
Jewelry brand, Kendra Scott, committed to donating 50% of their profits to Feeding America’s COVID-19’s response fund, which aids food banks that support communities affected by the pandemic. While the brand’s in-person stores are temporarily closed, every online purchase is accounted for. Please note that only every “Everlynne Bracelet” that is purchased will go toward the Feeding America fund.
Hormel Foods of Austin, MN, is a food company that pledges to donate $1 million in cash, as well as product donations, to COVID-19 nonprofits. They will be donating to Feeding America, Convoy of Hope, Conscious Alliance, and local nonprofits, to aid the troubling times many communities face today.