5 Women Founded Brands That Give Back

5 Women Founded Brands That Give Back

Supporting women founded brands is important because it’s a great feeling to see women be successful. However, what’s even better than supporting women-founded brands is supporting the brands that give back. Giving back is especially important today, whether it’s donating to a charity or volunteering to help a community. If you love women-founded brands and want to support those that give back, or just want to know more in general, these 5 brands listed below are a perfect place to start.

  1. Raven + Lily.

    Raven + Lily is a lifestyle brand all about offering trend-forward fair-trade fashion, accessories and home goods. Their main mission is to empower women on a global scale. Raven + Lily was founded by two women, Kirsten Dickerson and Sophia Lin.

    They give back by employing artisan women around the world, providing them with a fair wage, access to a safe job, sustainable income, healthcare, and any other tools that they may need to survive and thrive. Also, whenever you purchase from this brand, a portion of the proceeds helps to fund microlands to female entrepreneurs in their partnership communities.

  2. Wildfang

    Wildfang is a clothing brand founded in 2013 by three women. Their mission is not only to create a home for badass women but also to empower every kind of woman to be the best possible version of herself. They are all about smashing gender roles and the patriarchy in the process.

    This brand is a perfect brand to give back to, because in 2017, they raised over $75,000 for charities including Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, Joyful Heart, and the Tegan and Sara Foundation. If you purchase from Wildfang, you know your money will go to a good cause.

  3. Third Love

    Third Love is all about helping women find the perfect bras. It was created in 2013 specifically to create innovative designs based on breast size and shape. They strive to make sure women find bras that fit them but, more importantly, comfortable bras that they love to wear.

Their mission is to help every woman feel comfortable and confident and that’s why they’ve partnered with “The Unmentionables” and “I Support Girls” in order to donate bras to women in need. They have donated over 75,000 bras in 2018 alone, supporting women in times of need and transition. That’s uplifting! No pun intended.

  1. Alex and Ani

    Alex and Ani is a jewelry brand that is all about creating jewelry to help you stay true to yourself by reminding you that you are loved. They carry a variety of different symbols so you can find the one that perfectly describes you!

    As of today, they have donated $50 million to non-profits around the globe. They have partnered with over fifty non-profit charities so with each bracelet that you purchase, money is donated to a charity that they are partnering with. You can choose which cause you’d like to support or you can just purchase any item and a portion of the proceeds will go to the charity that is linked with the product.

  2. Cora

    Cora is a subscription-based feminine care company that focuses on bringing 100 percent cotton pads and tampons to their customers, giving all women access to safe and effective period products, all while fighting for gender equality.

    Along with making sure their customers are safe and empowered, they focus on giving back to women in need as well. They believe that every girl deserves an education and access to pads and tampons. So when you make a purchase with Cora or subscribe to Cora, you are helping girls receive what they need.

Whether you only want to support women-founded brands or you want to support brands that give back, these five brands listed above are perfect for either one. It’s nice to know that by buying the things we need anyway, it’s possible to also make a difference in the world. Whether it’s a small purchase or a big one, every little bit helps!

Until next time,

About The Author…

Linda Tran is the Marketing Executive at the Quiet Nonsense. She’s currently from the Boston area with goals of relocating to New York City within the next few years to hopefully pursue a marketing career in the fashion industry. She will be graduating at the end of April from Southern New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s in Marketing and immediately starting graduate school in May. In her free time, she has a fashion blog that she’s committed and dedicated to  https://Lindatenchitran.com

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