Parade: Spread a Little Love—Here’s 120+ Ideas to Give Back on Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is an initiative that began in 2012, with its purpose to encourage people to commit to acts of kindness and generosity, both globally and within giving back in their own communities and personal circles. Giving Tuesday began as the stylized “GivingTuesday” and “#GivingTuesday” at New York City‘s 92nd St. Y in partnership with the United Nations Foundation and grew into a global phenomenon of simply just doing good, whether that means helping out a neighbor or becoming a major philanthropist.

There are over 200 local Giving Tuesday in the United States and 60 country campaigns worldwide. In 2020, Giving Tuesday efforts are needed more than ever due to the coronavirus pandemic and its effects on not just health, but also the economy.

In just seven years, the Giving Tuesday movement has raised more than $1 billion online for charitable causes in the U.S. alone.

When is Giving Tuesday 2020?

Giving Tuesday is the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving each year. Giving Tuesday 2020 is on December 1, 2020.

What are some Giving Tuesday ideas?

Participating in Giving Tuesday can be done a number of ways. Though the most popular way to participate is through donating to charitable causes, you don’t necessarily need to spend a dime to show your kindness and generosity this season.

Additionally, a new app called ALMA allows users to create funds (similar to index funds) where groups of people can get together and give small amounts of money to create big change toward an issue. You can use existing funds like the California Wildfires Fund and Protecting Choice Fund or start your very own fund for nonprofits you support and get it out there to your friends using ALMA to design and launch it.

You can also simply raise awareness and speak out in favor of causes you support (whether on social media or in real life!), check in on a neighbor who’s having a tough time or volunteer your time and services (Volunteer Match and Amava have great opportunities if you’re not sure where to start!). You can also donate goods you’re no longer using to local causes (clothing drives, books to the library) or even just write letters—I See Me and Macy’s Letters to Santa are great places to get creative and inspire others for a great cause, and many local children’s hospitals will welcome some happy mail as well.

Possibly the easiest way to give back for free? Bookmark these sites from Greater Good and click to give each day to support hunger relief, veterans, displaced animals, rainforests, breast cancer research, children’s literacy and more.

One of the most important aspects of charitable giving, on Giving Tuesday and everyday, is giving to organizations you can trust. You can use services like Charity Navigator and GuideStar to determine whether a charity will spend your hard-earned dollars in a way that you deem appropriate.

We’ve compiled a small list of available charities and causes that have four-star ratings and national outreach, but you can also look into specific causes you support through local, state and regional groups and religious organizations, such as your nearby food bank, animal shelters, women’s and homeless shelters, to support. And if you donate funds, be sure to check with your employer to see if they’ll match it!

Charities Supporting Animals

  1. The Animal Legal Defense Fund files high-impact lawsuits to protect animals from harm, provides free legal assistance and training to prosecutors in their fight against animal cruelty, supports animal protection legislation, and provides resources and opportunities to law students and professionals to advance the field of animal law.
  2. Animal Place provides refuge to hundreds of neglected farmed animals.
  3. The Animal Welfare Institute is an American, non-profit, charitable organization founded in 1951 with the goal of reducing pain and fear inflicted on animals by humans.
  4. Friends of Animals supports the end of animal cruelty and exploitation and provides spaying and neutering services to animals.
  5. Humane Rescue Alliance provides direct rescue and care of animals in need, cruelty investigations and local animal control services, robust regional community support programs that allow pets to stay with their families and transportation services in partner communities to solve pet overpopulation.
  6. Last Chance for Animals supports animal rights legislation and is known for its investigations into animal testing.
  7. The NOAH Center is dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable, and treatable homeless cats and dogs through our adoption and low-cost spay/neuter programs.
  8. Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife, shelters homeless cats and dogs for adoption and educates people to make a better world for animals.
  9. St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center rescues and cares for thousands of animals each year and has local and long-distance outreach partnerships with other animal welfare organizations. In addition to housing animals and their adoption programs, they offer a behavior and training center, pet assisted therapy, pet loss support and humane outreach to assist pet owners in need.
  10. Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) rescues more than 42,000 cats and dogs and expanded its national outreach and education programs.

Charities Supporting Women & Children

  1. A Kid Again helps families who care for a child or children with illnesses enjoy their lives and embrace the moment.
  2. Action for Healthy Kids provides education and tools to communities to encourage children to be active and have healthy eating habits.
  3. Alliance for Children’s Rights protects the rights of impoverished and abused children and youth so that they have safe, stable homes, healthcare and the education they need to thrive.
  4. Boys and Girls Clubs of America provides mentors, enrichment activities and a safe space for children to grow and develop.
  5. Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids supports anti-smoking, chewing and vaping efforts for children.
  6. Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (Aparaxia Kids) provides speech therapy for kids in need.
  7. Children In Crisis provides counselors help children and families cope with unsafe situations, family conflicts, substance abuse, mental health issues and school problems. The organization also provides outreach programs and therapeutic emergency shelters for kids.
  8. Children’s Scholarship Fund provides educational K-8 scholarships for children in need.
  9. DonorsChoose provides funds for teachers to enrich their students’ educations—and like the name says, you can pick exactly which projects you want to fund.
  10. GirlsInc gives girls the tools and education to grow up to be strong, independent, confident women.
  11. Global Kids provides educational and enrichment programs for children in disadvantaged communities to become civic and global leaders.
  12. INMED Partnerships for Children creates pathways for disadvantaged children and families around the world to achieve well-being and self-reliance.
  13. Marathon Kids supports kids’ running clubs to keep children healthy and active.
  14. One World Children’s Fund funds grassroots organizations that provide food, health, shelter, safety, education, and opportunity for children living in poverty around the world.
  15. Partnership for Drug-Free Kids provides education and rehabilitation programs to prevent and treat childhood and youth drug use.
  16. Prevent Child Abuse America prevents child abuse and provides families with resources to have healthier relationships.
  17. Ronald McDonald House Charities create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children.
  18. Royal Family Kids stops cycles of neglect, abuse and abandonment of children in the foster care system with programs preventing academic failure, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, sex trafficking, homelessness and incarceration.
  19. Safe Alliance supports children and women who’ve been impacted by domestic violence and/or sexual assault and human trafficking.
  20. Shriners Hospitals for Children provides specialized care to children with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries and cleft lips and palates.
  21. StandUp for Kids fights child and youth homelessness.
  22. Starlight Children’s Foundation provides aid to seriously ill and hospitalized children and their families.
  23. The Sunshine Kids Foundation improves the quality of life to children with cancer by providing them with group activities.
  24. Teammates for Kids,founded by Garth Brooks, provides numerous services to children in need, including therapeutic play areas in hospitals. The organization’s overhead is entirely privately funded, meaning all donations go to helping children.
  25. Vitamin Angels is a global nonprofit helping nutritionally vulnerable pregnant women and children gain access to life-saving vitamins and minerals – a proven way of combating the threat of malnutrition at the start of a child’s developmental life.
  26. WE Charity provides sustainable domestic and international youth empowerment and education programs to help end the cycle of poverty.
  27. WINGS for Kids provides social and emotional learning and development to children through after-school activities and partner organizations.
  28. Dress for Success’ newly launched campaign in honor of Giving Tuesday is the #DFSPowerPiece. The campaign celebrates the moment a woman puts on her personal power piece and feels empowered to start her journey to financial independence with the help of our organization.

Charities Supporting Disaster and Emergency Relief

  1. CitiHope Relief and Development provides humanitarian aid to poverty and disaster-stricken areas.
  2. Direct Relief is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization providing essential medical resources in disaster-stricken and emergency areas.
  3. Heart to Heart International strengthens communities through improving health access, providing humanitarian development and administering crisis relief worldwide.
  4. Helping Hand for Relief and Development provides aid to those in need around the world, especially those living under the poverty line.
  5. National Disaster Search Dog Foundation trains and supports dogs to work with first responders to search for buried persons after disasters.
  6. International Relief Teams works to alleviate the suffering caused by poverty and disaster around the world (including right here in the U.S. of A.).
  7. World Medical Relief provides medical supplies, equipment and prescriptions to those in need.
  8. World Relief provides both disaster relief and ongoing aid to areas stricken by poverty, violence and displacement.

Charities Supporting Environmental Causes

  1. The Acadia Center promotes clean energy initiatives.
  2. Clean Air Task Force aims to curb and remedy air pollution to help everyone breathe a little easier around the world.
  3. The Environmental and Energy Study Institute promotes environmentally sustainable societies and seeks to be a catalyst moving society away from environmentally damaging fossil fuels and toward a clean energy future.
  4. Environmental Defense Fund uses science to find solutions to climate change and other threats to the environment.
  5. The Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) supports research and education to find environmentally friendly waste management solutions.
  6. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) uses the power of public information to protect public health and the environment.
  7. The Ocean Conservancy helps formulate ocean policy at the federal and state government levels based on peer reviewed science.
  8. Oceana helps to keep oceans and the life within them safe, clean and sustainable.
  9. Earth Day Network is the world’s largest environmental movement that started Earth Day, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2020. They have generated a worldwide movement to get people aware of climate change and fighting for deforestation and poverty.

Charities Supporting Healthcare, Medical Research and Patients

  1. A Kids’ Brain Tumor Cure, a subsidiary of the PLGA Foundation, promotes research and relief to childhood brain cancers.
  2. Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation is a pediatric cancer charity founded by Alexandra “Alex” Scott, who lived in Connecticut and suffered from neuroblastoma. It supports families affected by pediatric cancers and fundraises research into cures and treatments.
  3. The American Heart Association provides heart health education, research and support for patients of heart disease, cardiovascular conditions and strokes.
  4. The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America provides support, services and education to individuals, families and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias nationwide and funds research for better treatment and a cure.
  5. The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) is a community of patients, caregivers, survivors, advocates, medical and research professionals united in support of people touched by bladder cancer.
  6. The Breast Cancer Research Foundation provides funding for research for a cure for breast cancer, as well as raises awareness of the disease.
  7. Can Do Canines trains and provides service dogs for patients with numerous physical and psychological ailments, disabilities and conditions.
  8. The Cancer Research Institute supports cancer immunotherapy research—the most promising cancer treatment of our time—giving patients a new path, a new norm and a new chance at life.
  9. Colorectal Cancer Alliance provides funding for research into potential cures, prevention and treatments for colorectal cancers.
  10. Emergency Medicine Foundation provides continued and further education in emergency medical care.
  11. The Epilepsy Foundation provides aid to families affected by epilepsy, as well as to research into treatment, cares and a cure.
  12. Globus Relief provides medical supplies and healthcare throughout the world to those in need.
  13. Every $1 donation made to Love Has No Limits on Giving Tuesday 2020, $100 of medical debt will be permanently erased to qualifying families across Los Angeles County who have defaulted on costs related to medical expenses.
  14. The Lustgarten Foundation funds pancreatic cancer research and treatments.
  15. The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) provides aid to those suffering from neuromuscular diseases through innovations in science. Funds raised through Giving Tuesday funds will help ensure MDA’s 150 Care Centers are equipped to provide critical medical care to kids and adults who are particularly vulnerable during the pandemic.
  16. The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse provides assistance to families affected by substance abuse and addiction.
  17. The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation fund raises for research into pediatric cancer prevention, causes, treatments and potential cures.
  18. NEADS World Class Service Dogs trains and provides service dogs for people with disabilities.
  19. The National Organization for Rare Disorders is an American non-profit organization aiming to provide support for individuals with rare diseases by advocating and funding research, education, and networking among service providers.
  20. The Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance provides funding for research into potential cures, prevention and treatments for ovarian cancer.
  21. The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network provides support to pancreatic cancer patients and caregivers, as well as raises awareness of the illness.
  22. Prone2Help provides cushions to help COVID-19 patients avoid ventilators.
  23. The Skin Cancer Foundation provides education and research into skin cancer prevention and treatments.
  24. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital provides pediatric cancer care free of charge to families.
  25. Take Control of Your Diabetes provides educational programs and services to diabetes patients.
  26. ZERO—The End of Prostate Cancer advances research in prostate cancer and improves the lives of men and families affected by the disease.

Charities Supporting First Responders, Military, Veterans and Their Families

  1. The Air Force Aid Society offers financial help to Air Force members and their families to reach educational goals.
  2. Army Emergency Relief provides interest-free loans, scholarships and grants to army soldiers, veterans and families.
  3. Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation provides educational aid and scholarships to children who’ve lost a parent in the line of duty.
  4. Coast Guard Mutual Assistance provides financial assistance to Coast Guard members and their families in times of need.
  5. Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Charitable Service Trust provides physical and psychological rehabilitation to ill, injured and disabled veterans.
  6. Freedom Service Dogs of America trains and provides service dogs for veterans.
  7. Homes for Our Troops provides mortgage-free homes for injured veterans.
  8. The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation provides aid to families of firefighters who died in the line of duty.
  9. The National Military Family Association aims to improve the quality of life for families of military personnel.
  10. The National Veterans Foundation grants aid to veterans and their families in times of crisis.
  11. The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society provides emergency financial assistance, be it interest-free loans or scholarships or even just financial education, to active duty and retired Navy and Marine Corps personnel and their families.
  12. Operation First Response serves wounded and disabled American veterans.
  13. Operation Support Our Troops-America provides comfort and care packages to troops as well as support for families of active duty, retired and fallen military personnel.
  14. Our Military Kids provides educational opportunities, sports, art and enrichment activities to children of deployed military personnel.
  15. Paralyzed Veterans of America gives support to veterans who’ve lost mobility in the line of duty.
  16. Patriot Paws Service Dogs trains and provides service dogs to veterans and others with PTSD and limited mobility.
  17. Soldiers’ Angels benefits VA hospitals, provides aid to military personnel and families and and hosts adopt-a-soldier and adopt-a-family programs.
  18. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation provides unique and urgently needed services for veterans, military personnel and their families all the while supporting positive citizen involvement for the betterment of local communities.

Ways to support Giving Tuesday while doing holiday shopping:

One fantastic way to support Giving Tuesday is to sign up for Giving Assistant ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It will earn you cash back, provide coupons and promo codes, and donates to 1.7 million nonprofits—all free to you! You can combine your use of Giving Assistant with the rest of your online shopping. Check out these retailers who will give back on Giving Tuesday:

  1. Use PayPal! PayPal has expanded its Pay with Rewards feature to enable customers with eligible credit cards from Chase, American Express, Citi, Discover and Capital One to donate their rewards in support of thousands of charities enrolled with PayPal Giving Fund. Rewards balances will automatically be converted to an equivalent dollar donation amount. You can also look for the option to add a $1 donation to charity before you complete your purchase with PayPal.  You can set your favorite charity in your PayPal Account Overview online or in-app, or PayPal will suggest a relevant charity for you at checkout. These microdonations add up to real impact – shoppers have donated more than $10 million at checkout since the feature launched last year.   You can also donate to support thousands of charities with PayPal Giving Fund, without any deductions or transaction fees. 
  2. Merryfield, a new rewards app aiming to set the clean label standard across a collective of trusted better-for-you brands. On Giving Tuesday, they will launch a month-long campaign to support No Kid Hungry, a nonprofit whose mission is to end childhood hunger. Through the month of December, Merryfield will donate $1 to No Kid Hungry for every receipt scanned to the app that includes any product from one of their member brands.
  3. Get gift cards that give back! At, consumers can purchase Kiva Cards to contribute towards loans for marginalized small businesses, starting at just $25.
  4. Encourage lively dinner conversation without arguments with Authentic Agility Games. Proceeds from How Do You See the World? go toward organizations that advance education and entrepreneurial initiatives.
  5. Get organized for a good cause! For every one of their planners sold, BestSelf donates a meal through Feed America (over 200,000 meals donated so far!)—and all of their products are printed on 100 percent recycled paper. You can also get 20 percent off sitewide with code “THANKS.”
  6. Aerie and American Eagle will donate 10 meals for every Real Rewards purchase in stores and online to Feeding America up to 350,000 meals.
  7. Let’s hear it for the girls in STEM!  Ten percent of proceeds from each Boolean Box, a build-it-yourself computer engineering kit, sold from Boolean Girl Tech, benefits Boolean Girl, a nonprofit teaching girls to code.
  8. Coolibar, maker of sun protection you wear, became the Official Apparel Sponsor of the Melanoma Research Foundation (MRF) this year. Proceeds from their This Is Brave shirt go directly to the MRF as part of an ongoing campaign with the support of other survivors including Norah O’Donnell and Holly Rowe.
  9. Shout it from the rooftops: A portion of every purchase of Loud—written by 13-year-old Charlotte Anthony—will benefit DonorsChoose.
  10. Give the young feminist in your life a gift from Look What She Did and support the mission of inspiring women and girls to greatness by bringing to light stories of remarkable women who have changed the world. The organization films, produces and shares short video content of female storytellers telling the stories of the women trailblazers who inspire them.
  11. Love Your Melon offers several ways to give back this Giving Tuesday: Giving Adventures, Request a Hat, Send a Smile, Campus Crews and Love Your Melon Day programs are all in full effect. In addition, 50 percent of net profit from all Love Your Melon products benefit nonprofit partners in the fight against pediatric cancer, creating therapeutic experiences and funding charitable programming initiatives for children and families battling cancer.
  12. Minted, the design marketplace known for bringing unique design from the best independent artists to consumers everywhere, is proud to partner and contribute to Every Mother Counts (founded by Christy Turlington Burns). This holiday season, shoppers can visit Minted’s Every Mother Counts collection and purchase art and notebooks to benefit the organization.
  13. SENREVE offers 15 percent off all orders and donating 15 percent of net proceeds to support Every Mother Counts.
  14. When you buy an Anthropologie gift card, they’ll donate $10 to the International Child Art Foundation.
  15. Honor your pets and give back at the same time—all while making your home smell holiday-ready. Nelli Designs candles support animal shelters and rescues.
  16. For every curbside pickup or in-store purchase, Old Navy will donate $10, up to $1 million, to the nonprofit partners of its This Way ONward job opportunity program through Christmas Eve 2020. Donations will benefit those out of work and struggling in their communities.
  17. Panda Express will donate 28 percent of sales from online orders through their app or here on Giving Tuesday to High Voltage using code “901296.”
  18. Whether for a sailing aficionado or just someone who needs to lug groceries home, you’ll find find a cool gift from Sea Bags, a line of bags and accessories all made from recycled sail cloth. Through the end of the year, Sea Bags will donate 20 percent of proceeds from the Nautical for a Cure Collection to the Maine Cancer Foundation.
  19. Shaya, the first line luxury handbags created for people and their pets, partnered with Disco’s Dogs, a non-profit that gives inmate volunteers the opportunity to train service dogs for underprivileged and special needs children.
  20. Apple will direct 100 percent of proceeds from (PRODUCT)RED purchases to the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response through June 30, 2021.
  21. Aerosoles will donate 10 percent of all its sales to Feeding America.
  22. Thorlo Socks’ First Nation Collection is a celebration of Native Americans, featuring designs from the Cherokee and Sioux tribes. Thorlo donates 5 percent of profits before expenses to the American Indian College Fund. The collection is available at HipSilver.
  23. The World Vision Gift Catalog features gifts providing opportunities to better the lives of children, adults and communities in the U.S. and around the world with items spanning across different areas of need: hunger relief, access to education, child protection, empowerment for girls and women, animals and agriculture, access to clean water, economic empowerment , access to medicine and poverty in the U.S. There catalog also features handcrafted, fair trade gift items starting at just $16. They’ve even sorted them out as the best gifts under $50, gifts for her, for him, for educators, for foodies and for fashionistas.
  24. With each FOR A CAUSE purchase made on Giving Tuesday, Wren + Glory will donate a portion of proceeds to a specific cause. Causes vary by item.
  25. Stand Up 2 Cancer has an array of items in their shop for everyone’s gifting lists, spanning friends, loved ones and even furry companions – and of course, accept any and all donations online. Every single dollar goes directly to cancer research.
  26. UpWest will donate 10 percent of all Gift Guide sales to 100 For All this Giving Tuesday.
  27. The Kroger Co. Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation will give donors a special gift package as a heartfelt “thank you” for supporting the Foundation’s mission to create communities free of hunger and waste this Giving Tuesday. Supporters giving $25 to $99.99 will receive a Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation reusable bag, a package of Ripe Revival gummies and a coupon redeemable for any package of Seal the Seasons frozen fruit. Supporters giving $100 or more will receive all items listed above, a “Zero Hero” cape and a $15 Imperfect Foods gift card.
  28. Sackcloth and Ashes, a mission-driven company that donates a blanket to a local homeless shelter for each one purchased, will be changing their traditional 1:1 giving model for one day only. For every one blanket purchased from Sackcloth & Ashes on this year’s Giving Tuesday, they will donate five blankets to a local homeless shelter in need.
  29. Athleta will donate 100 percent of net proceeds (up to $300,000) from the sales of its limited edition masks by VPL to Fashion Girls for Humanity.
  30. Dylan’s Candy Bar will match all donations to the Dylan’s Candy BarN Foundation benefiting animal rescue programs and aiding animal-welfare organizations.
  31. H&M will donate $250,000 to The Trevor Project.
  32. On Giving Tuesday 2020, Altra will launch its Giving Tuesday campaign on the website, for every pair of shoes sold, the company will donate $1 (up to $5,000) to support Still I Run’s Starting Line Scholarship. Still I Run’s Scholarship program is designed to reduce the barriers of the activity of running for mental health by providing a proper pair of running shoes, running gear, check-ins from a certified coach, mentorship throughout the process, and entry into a 5K or 10K.
  33. Frances Austen will donate 20 percent of all sales to Meals on Wheels on Giving Tuesday.
  34. Dollar Shave Club is partnering with SPY (Safe Place for Youth), a Los Angeles charity that benefits homeless youth. For every participating gift set sold on between Dec 1. through Dec. 17, 2020, Dollar Shave Club will donate $5 worth of grooming products (up to $10,000) to longtime partner SPY.
  35. On Giving Tuesday, all customers who make a purchase on Made In will have the opportunity to add on a $30 ticket to reserve a spot in Chef Tom Colicchio’s exclusive and intimate class on Dec. 10, co-hosted by Made In Co-Founders Jake Kalick and Chip Malt. 100 percent of ticket proceeds will benefit the Independent Restaurant Coalition to relieve the nation’s 500k+ restaurants and more than 11M restaurant workers who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. The live class will be available to customers on Chefstreams on Dec. 10, 2020, featuring how to roast for the holidays using Made In’s Carbon Steel Roasting Pan.
  36. Moxie lets you gift yourself (or a friend!) fitness for good causes. They’ll host #FitGivingTuesday, encouraging instructors to host exclusive Giving Tuesday classes and choose any 501(c)(3) to which they will donate the proceeds. Participants can sign up using the “flex pay” option and choose a dollar amount to join the class. All money raised will be donated to the instructor’s charity of choice, and Moxie will then match each instructor’s donation. Participating instructors so far include Brittany Hammond and Diane Kirksey.
  37. Purple will donate 10 percent of proceeds from their Kids Collection to the Precious Dreams Foundation.
  38. If you buy select gift packs from Richer Poorer on Giving Tuesday, they’ll donate a gift bag to those in need.
  39. Stella & Chewy’s has donated more than $250,000 (over 3,000 bags!) of dog kibble to Oregon Humane Society and will continue supporting local pet food banks.
  40. Kate Hudson‘s nutritional powders, INBLOOM, will donate 10,000 school meals to the World Food Programme USA.
  41. Donate to send CARE Package Gift Mastercard to frontline heroes for their personal use. You can also send CARE Package Relief to enable workers to deliver critical supplies to those in crisis and CARE Packages of Support to the world’s most vulnerable women and girls, including PPE for frontline workers, health worker starter packs, and newborn baby health kits.
  42. Away Travel will donate a percentage of sales on Giving Tuesday to Global Glimpse, a nonprofit organization who provide travel and virtual leadership programs to high school students from diverse backgrounds across the country.
  43. Chewy will match customers’ purchase amounts on Giving Tuesday with donations to pet shelters, food banks and animal welfare organizations.
  44. On Giving Tuesday, M.Gemi will donate a pair of shoes to Dress for Success for every pair of shoes sold.
  45. For each limited-edition unisex Theory x Girl Up T-shirt, Theory will donate a percentage of proceeds to Girl Up.
  46. Masterclass will donate over 200,000 annual memberships via their Grants Program.
  47. Our Place will donate 10 meals to those in need in partnership with Feeding America for every Giving Tuesday purchase.
  48. Hairstory will donate 2 percent of 8-ounce New Wash sales to City Harvest.
  49. Everlane will double their donations to the ACLU for all 100% Human products sold on Giving Tuesday.
  50. Birdy Grey will match customer donations to Dressember Foundation for the entire week.
  51. Quay Australia will donate meals to Feeding America with every customer purchase on Giving Tuesday.
  52. Framebridge will donate $10 from every frame purchase to 100cameras.
  53. On Giving Tuesday 2020, Goodfair will donate 100 percent of their profits to its Secondhand Living Project benefiting the Community Family Center in Houston.
  54. Uncommon Goods will double their Better to Give donations on behalf of all customers who shop on Giving Tuesday and select a nonprofit partner at checkout.
  55. This Giving Tuesday, Corkcicle will donate 25 percent of Giving Tuesday sales to Charity: Water, along with 100 percent of sales of their Charity: Water x Corkcicle Sport Canteen.
  56. The Verticale will donate $10 to Feeding America for every order made on Giving Tuesday.

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