Tags

, , , ,

While the Northeast is still recovering from Hurricane Sandy, fashion retailers are working hard to do their part to help those affected by the storm. These fashion retailers are encouraging their customers to shop for a cause, by donating a percentage of their proceeds to the relief efforts. Here is a list of companies dedicated to helping storm victims:

Joan Hornig Jewelry: While portions of every purchase from the jewelry designer’s website benefit charities, now the designer is offering 100% of the proceeds of her sterling silver “Build Up The Giving” necklace to a hurricane relief organization of your choice.

Lord & Taylor: Even though no shopping is involved here, funds are still being raised for the New York Red Cross. Simply “like” the Lord & Taylor Facebook page through Christmas, and the department store will donate $1 for each like.

Natori: Through November 11th, Natori will donate 20% of all online sales to The Red Cross, including lingerie, elegant home goods, ready-to-wear looks and more.

Penfield: For every purchase placed on Penfield’s US website, $10 will be donated to the American Red Cross, so check out their latest men’s and women’s collections now.

Theory: Thursday, November 8th –Sunday, November 11th get 20% off men’s and women’s collections in stores and online. 10% of proceeds will be given to Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts. Use the promo code GIVE2012.

Tory Burch: 10% of net proceeds from all purchases at Tory Burch stores and ToryBurch.com will support aid organizations. Up to $250,000 in funds will be equally divided between The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, The United Way of Long Island and the American Red Cross.

Here at Casa Couture we are doing our part to help the areas recovering from Hurricane Sandy by partnering with Cuoio Shoes in Boston, MA. We will be hosting a trunk show where customers will receive 10% off all purchases, which will then be donated to aid organizations including Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, The United Way of Long Island, and The American Red Cross.

Check out our event page on Facebook here.

Advertisements