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50 brands giving back to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.Over the past few months, we’ve all likely felt the impact of the coronavirus (COVIID-19) pandemic. But some have felt it more than others, whether it’s the essential workers and healthcare providers who put their lives on the line every day to protect others, the small businesses struggling to stay afloat, or the people who have lost their jobs and are experiencing financial hardship. To help those in need, many retailers have committed to giving back to their local and global communities.Some, like Under Armour and Nordstrom, have pivoted their factories to start producing personal protective equipment (PPE). Others, like Crocs and Nike, have donated thousands of shoes to those on the frontlines. And others, like New Balance and The North Face, have pledged millions of dollars to COVID-19 relief efforts both in the U.S. and around the world.Our team at Reviewed is passionate about products that you can feel good about buying. That’s why we’ve rounded up 50 of the most popular retailers that are currently giving back during the pandemic that you can shop online right now.1. AdidasAdidas is producing 18,000 face shields per week for healthcare workers and has donated 100,000 masks to medical communities across the world along with $3.25 million to the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and $1.35 million to the China Youth Development Foundation.Shop at Adidas2. AerosolesNot only is Aerosoles donating pairs of shoes to healthcare and other essential workers, but the brand is donating 10% of the proceeds from its Share the Love collection to Feeding America.Shop at Aerosoles3. Alice + OliviaFor each mask purchased, Alice + Olivia will donate one to communities in need. Plus, $1 from every mask (which Reviewed’s apparel expert tested for herself) sold will be donated to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign.Shop at Alice + Olivia4. AllbirdsAs part of Allbirds’ “Better Together” campaign, if you buy a pair of shoes, you can choose to donate a pair to healthcare workers, too. So far, the retailer has given over $500,000 worth of the shoes that one of our writers says are some of the most comfortable sneakers she’s ever worn.Shop at Allbirds5. AnthropologieAnthropologie has partnered with Sanctuary and Merci Handy to donate over 70,000 masks, and 14,000 hand sanitizers to healthcare workers on the frontlines.Shop at Anthropologie6. BackcountryOutdoor retailer Backcountry has donated over $77,000 to homeless shelters and frontline workers in New York City and Salt Lake City and 9,000 masks to the NYC Department of Homeless Services.Shop at Backcountry7. BillieBillie is currently allocating 1% of its proceeds to food banks across America that are serving those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Our Reviewed editors are obsessed with both the quality and convenience of Billie razors.Shop at Billie8. Boll & BranchBoll & Branch has donated nearly 8,000 pillows and mattresses to emergency medical operations in New York and emergency homeless shelters in Pennsylvania and Florida during the COVID-19 pandemic.Shop at Boll & Branch9. CarharttCarhartt—which makes our favorite work gloves—has redirected its factories in Kentucky and Tennessee to make 50,000 gowns and 2.5 million masks for frontline medical workers.Shop at Carhartt10. CasetifyCasetify is donating 100% of the proceeds from its popular UV sanitizer device to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund, which sends medical responders, essential supplies, and food to communities in need. In addition, for every reusabl
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