Kids’ clothes that give back
Want to purchase clothes for your kids that will make you feel good, too? Then choose a clothing company that donates a portion of their profits to charity. Read on to discover the kids’ clothing brands that take a portion of their proceeds and give back to the world we live in.
At Cozulu, this company not only sells crocheted hats to keep your kiddie's noggins warm, it also donates a hat to an organization that benefits children for every hat that is purchased.
Ladybugs and Lullabies
Ladybugs and Lullabies donates a portion of the proceeds from its 'Bailey' hair clips to the Bailey Baio Angel Foundation. The foundation, founded by Scott Baio and his wife Renee, helps raise awareness and funds for expanded newborn screening as well as provides support for children with rare metabolic disorders.
For schools who sign up with the company, French Toast, a children's school uniform company, gives back 5 percent to the school through their "Dollars in Uniform" program.
Lucky Puppy clothing company for kids and adults donates 15% of their sales to different animal organizations, such as the Animal Haven in New York City.
Shabby Apple, an online dress company, Shabby Apple donates a portion of the proceeds from each dress sold to help women in developing countries achieve financing to start businesses of their own and earn incomes to support their family.
We're so pleased to be able to contribute globally to women who are in extreme poverty and often have few or no resources," owner Emily McCormick said. "Giving even a small amount can allow for women to buy the tools necessary to create their own small business and provide for themselves and their families."
Pediped footwear company has partnered with the Make-a-Wish foundation to raise more than $445,000 for the organization since 2008. Pediped continues to host Annual Make-a-Wish fundraisers to grant wishes for children.
Mom4Life, a pregnancy and baby gear store, donates 10% of the profit from each sale on its website to the Open Arms Pregnancy Care Center in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. The center provides support, education, and council to pregnant women.
thredUP, a kid's clothing swap site, has partnered with Cradles to Crayons to help underprivileged kids get the back-2-school supplies they need. They are currently donating $1 to the cause for every kid's clothing swap on their site.
Faithful Fish is a Christian clothing line that donates a portion of its profits from sales of its clothing to charities that help those in need. Currently, the company has chosen PUR as its charitable cause to help provide water packets around the globe to transforms contaminated water into drinkable water.
While clothing your kids, you can help others with these, and other, clothing companies that give back to the community. You'll not only be helping the world around you, you'll be giving your children a lesson in compassion.