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The Good Shop Directory is our curated collection of brands and companies that give back in a meaningful way. Next time you’re about to go on a shopping spree, choose a brand from the Goand make a difference along the way.


Warby Parker

For every $95 spent on eyewear online, they provide a pair of prescription glasses to someone in need in Africa, Latin America, South Asia and more, allowing them to find gainful employment, and lead a normal life.



They are a sustainable footwear brand who became first ever Fair Trade Certified footwear company. They support workers in Africa, their rights and more.


BADALA Accessories

Their sales allow for educational programs and opportunities throughout the African continent, as well as providing micro-finance initiatives for single mothers in need, helping them turn their lives around.


They support women rescued from sex trafficking, by providing them employment opportunities, and proceeds from their sales go towards the Nepal Rescue Project (aiding victims of human trafficking)


They sell trendy, fashionable clothing, accessories & more for all, and $7 for every item sold goes to a new cause and a new campaign every week, thus having a diverse, positive impact on our community.

Ivory Ella Clothing & Accessories

10% of all sales go towards saving innocent elepants from the ivory trade via


Leesa Mattresses

Donates a mattress to a homeless shelter for every 10 sold and plants a tree with the Arboury Foundation for every mattress sold.

Skylar Candles

Donates a portion of its profits to the girl’s mentorship non-profit, Step Up.

Yuhme Water Bottles

Sustainable sugarcane waterbottles. Each sold provides 6 months of drinking water in African communities through the non-profit Water for Good.

Who Gives A Crap – Tissue, Paper Towel, Toilet Papers

50% of profits go towards building toilets for billions with deadly sanitation needs.

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