The royal watching community is chock FULL of sweethearts. How do I know this? I see your posts! I watch your stories. I read your comments. And you know what it’s all proven? That you’re a truly kind, warm, endlessly enthusiastic bunch.
Which is why I think I can safely assume that while everyone is anxious about the spread of COVID-19, I also know that so many of you are desperately looking for ways to help.
And indeed, you’ve already found some! Delivering groceries to the vulnerable, sewing masks for our medical professionals, teaching lessons to children while their parents are working from home, and so on and so forth.
But I’ve got one more easy (and perhaps, despite everything, even fun!) way to help out: by shopping, specifically from these nine brands that are donating part of their sales to organizations that are helping with coronavirus relief.
It’s the easiest way to help! (And you get a little something, too, for when we all step back out into the world again. ❤️)
So come check out these generous labels! Starting with one of Meghan’s favorite shoe brands…
Through tomorrow (so act fast!), 25% of the proceeds from any Sarah Flint purchase will be donated to Lions Club International, which will support two hospitals in Vigevano, Italy, where the company’s boots are made. (As you may recall, Meghan rocked these burgundy SF pumps this past fall, but she’s got quite a few pairs by the brand, including these ^^ olive beauties!)
Aritzia, another favorite of Meghan’s (they’re behind her iconic purple dress!), is donating all profits to its Aritzia Community Relief Fund, “to support our people and their families.” ❤️
The French fashion label, whose sweaters Kate is particularly fond of, is donating 10% of their global sales + 100% of the proceeds from their solidarity collection to the emergency aid fund set up for the foundation of French Hospitals.
Everlane — the brand behind Meghan’s first-public-outing-with-Harry tote and the cinched black jumpsuit she wore on the South Africa tour — is donating all the proceeds from its 100% Human collection to Feeding America. You can see the whole collection here! (Very WFH-friendly pieces.)
Plus, a few more I think you’ll love!
Through April 15, the NYC-based shoe brand is donating 10% of all sales will go towards supporting health workers fighting COVID-19.
Lady Gaga’s beauty brand is donating 20% of sales to food banks in New York City and Los Angeles.
Kim Kardashian’s shapewear brand is donating 20% of sales from its cotton collection to Baby2Baby, which provides basic necessities to children and families in need.
The label is donating 10% of online sales to No Kid Hungry, which is helping to feed children in need during the coronavirus crisis.
The budding jewelry designer, who crafts small batch collections that I think Kate in particular would adore (the pearls!), is re-stocking her spring collection, and when she does, she’s donating a part of her sales to CoastalBend Food Bank, a local South Texas food bank helping to feed children and families in need.
Did I miss any good ones? Please share and I’ll add them to the list!
Sending love and health to you and yours, Rose