If you find yourself online window shopping a lot these days, you're not alone. Fortunately, there are ways to use that time to actually give back through your purchases. Whether you need a new bedding set, or you've been eye-ing a new decor accent, here are some items that help medical professionals and charities during this trying time.
Through their Helping from Home campaign, bedding brand Boll & Branch is putting 10% of its proceeds towards a new effort to create "mattresses and pillows to donate to emergency medical operations." Use code GOODNESS to get 10% off your purchase and help with the funding.
Hedley & Bennett is currently selling non-surgical masks that are washable and reusable. The "buy 1, give 1" option means that when you purchase one for yourself, the brand will "give one to a healthcare facility in need."
Beam is donating 10% of net sales to the Greater Boston Food Bank. This tincture is meant to help with focus and improving the quality of rest.
Through April 30 (or while supplies last), TULA Skincare is putting 100% of their proceeds from Brightening Hydrogel Masks "directly to getting more medical masks to NYC's COVID-19 frontline healthcare workers."
Bedding brand Plover currently sells zero-waste face masks made of leftover cotton twill. For every purchase, the brand will "donate a set to essential workers and others in need."
Ordering in? If you're craving Sweetgreen, make a donation to their Impact Outpost Fund while you're on the site. The program delivers "free sweetgreen to the courageous hospital workers and medical personnel on the front lines of this global health crisis."
With every mask purchase, MINNA will donate a mask to a "shelter for women with mental health disorders experiencing homelessness." There's also a "donate only" option, which lets shoppers send two masks (instead of keeping one for themselves).