Shop fashion sales that help feed the hungry and fight coronavirus

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Fashion brands from around the world are collaborating to combat the coronavirus. Renowned retailers, including Gap, H&M, Brooks Brothers, Gucci, Armani, and Bulgari, are making masks, gowns, hand sanitizers, and big donations. Meanwhile, others are offering significant discounts and limited-edition products to help those affected by unemployment, with the proceeds going to groups like No Kid Hungry, Citymeals on Wheels, and Feeding America.

Buy these sales (A to Z) to support a good cause, and your favorite labels.

Use code GIVE BACK to get a 20 percent discount on the entire site. In return, the buzz brand will donate 10 percent of the proceeds to No Kid Hungry.

Chelsea Gaia Cult dress
Cult Gaia

“Chelsea” dress, $ 398 (originally $ 498) at Cult Gaia

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This cult favorite bag tag is donating 15 percent of sales to Feeding America, Citymeals on Wheels, and No Kid Hungry. Buy newcomers like “Miss Mini” and “Hot Box” bags or classic clutches like “Jean” and “Flavia” styles.

All proceeds from Everlane’s 100 percent Human Collection now go to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.

Everlane French terry sweatshirt
Everlane

French fleece hoodie “100% human”, $ 48 in Everlane

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Lend a hand to Feeding America by purchasing the elegant “Everlyne” bracelet
– Just a $ 40 bracelet will provide a whopping 200 meals for families in need.

The New York-based label has already donated $ 10,000 to Baby2Baby, a nonprofit organization, and will continue to contribute 10 percent of all online sales to the group through April. Buy basic work-at-home items like the “Ista” top ($ 860) or the “Helen” slip dress ($ 920).

This accessory brand invites buyers to donate to No Kid Hungry directly from its website. While you’re there, get 30 percent off key pieces, including “Emilia” mules and a “Zadie” feather circle handbag, each $ 245 (below $ 350).

Paris-inspired women’s label Loup is donating 15 percent of its online profits to Meals on Wheels. A pair of wide-leg “Toni” pink jeans or a striped “Alma” dress ($ 172 each) will brighten up your spring wardrobe.

The jewelry brand will donate up to 25 medical masks with the purchase of select retail items, including the “Architect” bracelet for $ 36 (originally $ 78) and the “Clare” earrings for $ 22 (originally $ 58).

The bikini brand is donating 40 percent of proceeds from its bright white “Kayla” top and “Kendal” bottom to the CDC Foundation.

To encourage shoppers to stay home and practice social distancing, the Sunnies Rad + Refined brand launched a #InThisTogether collection, donating a portion of the proceeds to various charities.

Refined Rad + Social Distance Sunglasses
Rad + Refined

“Social Distancing” Sunglasses, $ 55 at Rad + Refined

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This Los Angeles label (known for its super-soft check shirts) is temporarily suspending production of garments to focus on making cotton masks for local communities and will also donate 10,000 medical-grade masks to hospitals across the country. The brand is donating a percentage of online purchases to No Kid Hungry and an additional $ 1 to the organization for each @rails that is republished on Instagram.

Add a little sparkle to your closure look with the label’s “Circle of Life” diamond pendants, and 20 percent of sales will go to No Kid Hungry and Meals on Wheels.

Roberto Coin
Roberto Coin

Circle of Life 18K White Gold Diamond Pendant $ 1,140 Roberto Coin

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This New York-based women’s brand is donating 10 percent of its e-commerce sales to God’s Love We Deliver, an organization that provides meals to people in need.

What could be better than a miniature version of your favorite food? The beaded bag brand has just launched “Mini Meals” where shoppers can customize miniature versions of their most beloved foods and the proceeds from each purchase will go to No Kid Hungry.

Known for its affordable and artisan jewelry, Tai Jewelry is donating 20 percent of online sales to Feeding America.

This modern women’s clothing brand has promised to donate 10 percent of all net sales to the Kids in Need foundation. You can also feel good about selling 25% on full-priced items, including the “Eden” dress for $ 319 (originally $ 425) and the “Bette” knit top for $ 206 (originally $ 275).

Come back as you shop for the brand’s new spring favorites, including the flirty “Catalina” floral dress ($ 495). Twenty percent of all online purchases will be donated to the New York City Food Bank.

Viva Avia Harbor dress
Viva Aviva

Harbor Dress, $ 375 at Viva Aviva

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