10 brands giving back throughout Women’s History Month

Julia Webb
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March is Women’s History Month, meaning it’s the perfect time to show the women in your life how much they mean to you.

Below are nine incredible brands donating to women empowerment charities and foundations in honor of the special month. And while March 8th marks International Women’s Day, these companies’ donations span the entire month.

Aerangis: The female-founded luxury candle company will be donating 20 percent of proceeds to Girls Inc. throughout the month of March.

AVRE: The female-founded (and sustainable!) footwear brand will be donating an extra 20 percent of all sales during March to Equality Now.

BRABAR: The undergarment brand will be donating one for one on all bra sales to I Support the Girls through March 30th.

KORA: During March, for every purchase on koraorganics.com, shoppers can donate $1, $5 or $10 to various organizations when they check out.

Koral: The athleticwear brand is donating one percent of net sales during the month of March to Women for Women International.

L’AGENCE: The ready-to-wear brand will be donating 100 percent of proceeds from its ‘Vive la Femme’ T-shirts to the Joyful Heart Foundation during March.

Modern Picnic: The female-founded company selling chic lunch boxes will be donating 20 percent of proceeds during the month of March to Dress for Success.

PopSockets: The phone accessories brand will be donating 50 percent of sales from the new PopSockets PopGrip collections to the Malala Fund during March.

Saks Off Fifth: The retailer created the Saks Fifth Avenue Made in Italy Gold Vermeil Paperclip Chain Bracelet to benefit Girls Inc. During March, 15 percent of the bracelet proceeds will benefit the organization.

Your Super: The superfood and plant protein mix company donates 100 percent of proceeds from its Moon Balance Mix and Superwoman Bundle to the ZanaAfrica Foundation during March, capping at $100,000.

If you liked this story, check out more women-owned brands that In The Know is highlighting during March.

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