If you have not made the effort to start shopping ethically, it isn’t too late. Ethical shopping is about making intentional choices to patronize brands or companies that align with you personal values. It is our job to be conscious consumers. Research and fully understand what you’re purchasing while sifting through the infinite products that fill the shelves or webpages. Know what is in the products you are consuming, and familiarize yourself with how they are made. Look at the indgredients, and find out more about the values of the company. So, the next time you do some shopping, consider supporting some of these socially responsible clothing brands that give back.
PAWZ is a Socially Responsible Brand to Help Save Dogs
Every 7 seconds, shelters euthanize a dog. PAWZ is a company that creates cute tee shirts to raise money for euthanasia awareness and saving animals. They donate 10% of their net profits to no-kill animal shelters and animal welfare organizations across the United States. Since 2015, Pawz has donated over $500,000.
Save Lands Gives Back to Our Environment
About 80,000 acres are destroyed every day. Save Lands was created to fight pollution and save our environment by selling shirts that help plant trees. The socially responsible brand makes a difference through their partnership with trees.org. With every item sold, Save Lands plants 12 trees. So far, they have been abe to plant 750,000 trees.
Shelly Cove Saves Sea Turtles
Human activity has caused 6 of the 7 different species of sea turtles to become endangered. Sea turtles suffer from poaching, pollution, injuries from boats, plastic waste in our oceans, as well as habitat destruction of their nesting sites. Shelly Cove is a brand that creates trendy shirts to help save the sea turtles.
The socially responsible brand donates 10% of its net profits to The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center in Surf City, North Carolina. The organization supports the medical treatment and rehabilitation of sick and injured sea turtles.
Since launching in 2016, Shelly Cove has donated over $100,000 to sea turtle rescue and research, turned thousands of recycled water bottles into sellable clothing, and raised awareness on the issue of single-use plastic to millions of people. With every order, you can track the progress of an injured turtle.
Keep Nature Wild Gets Rid of the Waste
America generates over 250 million pounds of trash each year. Keep Nature Wild is a company that creates clothing to help keep communities clean. For every item purchased, one pound of waste is physically picked up from the wild.
As a result, they have successfully hosted numerous clean-up events that make a huge impact. Since 2016, they have enlisted tens of thousands of volunteers to help clean up the trash and keep nature wild.
Ivory Ella’s Socially Responsible Goal is Saving the Elephants
Poachers kill one elephant every 25 minutes. Their tusks are very valuable in the illegal ivory trade. And while poaching is a major threat to elephant preservation, the world’s largest land animal faces habitat loss from an ever-expanding human population as well.
The populations of Asian and African elephants are on the decline, and the threat to these highly intelligent extraordinary creatures is real. Ivory Ella is a socially responsible fashion brand that helps save the elephants.
They offer a variety of cute elephant themed clothing options and donate 10% of annual profits to savetheelephants.org. Since 2015, they have contributed nearly $2 million!