After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it can be tough to even think about shopping again — but trust us when we tell you not to put away your credit cards just yet. The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is officially dubbed "Giving Tuesday," a day that encourages people to give back to their communities. And today, select stores are joining in on the fun by donating a portion of sales to charities, matching customer donations, and more. What better way to shop than making a difference while also crossing off the rest of your holiday shopping list?
Here, a list of all of the home and decor retailers who are giving back this Giving Tuesday:
Ban.do: Today only, Ban.do will donate 10% of all sales from ban.do products to Girls, Inc., an organization that helps empower young women.
Wayfair: When you shop online, Wayfair will match customer donations by up to $25,000 made to Habitat For Humanity and Homes For Our Troops. You do not need to make a purchase to donate.
The Inside: The Inside is donating 10% of sales to Humble Design, an organization that helps furnish homes for families that are transitioning from being homeless.
Pottery Barn: Pottery Barn will match up to $100,000 of customer donations in-store and online made on December 3 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Material: Not only can you save when you shop Material's Kinder Kitchen sale, but you can also donate a portion of your savings to City Harvest (an organization that focuses on food insecurity and food waste in New York City) or RAICES (a non-profit that provides free and affordable legal services to immigrant and refugee families).
Food52: Food52 is donating 5% of sales to No Kid Hungry, an organization working to end childhood hunger, with a minimum donation of $7,500 and a max donation of $12,500.
Clare V: Clare V is donating 10% of sales to Refoundry, an organization that helps and creates opportunities for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Stoney Clover Lane: Stoney Clover Lane is donating 10% off sales to YourMomCares, an organization that unites influential moms to help end the stigma around mental health among children.
Anthropologie: You don't necessarily have to shop to help give back this Giving Tuesday. Instead, Anthro is encouraging people to contribute to its donation to YoungArts (an organization that provides opportunities for young artists) and Project Night Night (an organization that provides blankets, books, and stuffed animals to homeless children in shelters.
Brandless: With each order made today, Brandless will donate a value of five meals to Feeding America.
West Elm: West Elm is partnering with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Fair Trade this Giving Tuesday. When you buy the St. Jude Faux Fur Chunky Knit Throws through December 30 while supplies last, 50% of the purchase price goes to St. Jude's. When you shop West Elm's Fair Trade Certified products, it helps ensure safe working conditions and fair labor practices.