With all of the #FeedtheDeed frenzy trending right now on social media, I’ve decided to put together a list of a few items that retailers have created to give back. Proceed levels vary by retailer, but this list will give you an overview of how you can give back (by getting a little something for yourself too!). ***I will be updating this page frequently as I find more retailers who come on board with some fabulous finds!***
1. M.A.C. Aids Fund
Every year M.A.C puts out a new shade following their VIVA Glam campaign started in 1994 by the original Ru Paul. This year, Rihanna is the new face of VIVA Glam 2014. Check out the two electric shades of red available in lip glass and a lipstick:
2. Tom’s Shoes
Everyone knows that there’s something special about these canvas cuties! But, if you don’t know, Tom’s stands by it’s One-for-One mantra, where if you purchase one pair of shoes they automatically donate a pair to help a child in need. Check out their new spring arrivals featuring new colours and patterns by clicking here.
3. Sears Canada for Girl Confidential
Sears Canada has teamed up with “Because I am a Girl” and have developed a line for girls 6 – 12 featuring fashionable everyday wear. Raising over $225,000, Sears Canada continues to sell trendy clothing while donating proceeds to this exponential charity. Good job Sears! Here’s a link to the entire collection. Plus, a few pics of my fave picks for the little ones!:
Paddywax candles are soy based candles that come in a variety of modern shapes and sizes – perfect for the home! When you purchase a Paddywax candle tin, Paddwax will donate 30% of the proceeds to help bring safe cleaning water to those in need. You can find Paddywax candles in retailers such as: Nordstrom, West Elm, Indigo, Crate and Barrel etc. Here are a few of the unique products they have to offer:by