Comfort and charity go hand in hand, or maybe foot in fluff, thanks to Ugg’s Giving Tuesday commitment. From midnight to midnight PST, $25 of the marked retail price of select styles goes to the Every Mother Counts, Dovetail Project and OneGoal organizations, with a maximum guaranteed total donation of $30,000. Buy Fluff Yeah, Super Fluff, Fluffita in Ribbon Red and Fluff You in Samba Red to make your purchases count.
Female-founded and family-run jewelry company Awe Inspired strives to support feminism and social justice in all aspects of its business, so of course it’s getting in on the Giving Tuesday spirit. All Nov. 30, 100 percent of sale proceeds will benefit the National Alliance on Mental Illness. If you miss the deadline, you can still buy some beautiful accessories and support a good cause, because Awe Inspired donates 20 percent of all proceeds to charitable partners every other day of the year.
Another female-led company, Sanitas goes to great lengths to ensure all its skincare products are eco-conscious, socially responsible and highly effective. Come Nov. 30, you can get 25 percent off any Sanitas Gift Guide purchase, but even more, 100 percent of proceeds from the sale of the Smooth + bright Body Set in particular will benefit the Court Appointed Special Advocates who represent children forced to navigate the legal system via foster care.
Want more skincare that cares? From Nov. 30 until Friday, Dec. 31, Rozuri will donate $2 from every Anti-Aging Super Oil sold to The Senqu Foundation in partnership with Trust for Africa. The all-natural oil is suited for all skin types and ages, and Rozuri has donated $1 from every sale to The Senqu Foundation since the product’s launch. These particular funds will help buy Christmas gifts for children supported by the Trust for Africa as it helps reconnect them with their families and villages.
Every 21st of the month, this Parisian designer donates part of the brand’s sales to Breaking Bread’s Demain program, but for Giving Tuesday, 100 percent of the brand’s Amour Sweatshirt will help the organization provide healthy foods to marginalized communities. Each sweater will fund six weeks of food security for a family in need. On top of that, Breaking Bread works primarily with BIPOC-owned restaurants to achieve these goals.