Bare Earth: For every bar of soap you purchase, a bar of soap will be provided to a refugee, living in camps along the borderlands of South Sudan.
Brands Like Toms Shoes with a Buy One, Give One Model
Toms Shoes, the popular shoe brand was the first to introduce the buy-one, give-one charity model. For every pair of shoes someone buys, a second pair is donated to a child in need. Since then many other brands have adopted a similar business model, providing their consumers an opportunity to do good through their purchase.
Smile Squared: Gives an environmentally-friendly toothbrush to a child in need in a developing country for each one sold. Because dental care is an important part of preventing chronic diseases and keeping a healthy smile, Smile Squared is aiming to give away one million toothbrushes by 2015
Information Blanket: For every blanket purchased, another is donated to a less privileged newborn in Uganda. As lack of education is contributing factor to infant mortality, Information Blanket mission is to provide blankets imprinted with vital information to parents of newborns and reduce infant mortality rates.
Warby Parker: For every pair of sunglasses sold, a pair of optical glasses will be distributed to someone in need. Warby Parker works with VisionSpring and other non-profits to use glasses to foster economic development and create jobs.
Hand in Hand: For millions of people all over the world, a single bar of soap is unobtainable. This drastically increases their risk of fatal illness that could have easily been prevented. At Hand in Hand, for every bar of soap purchased, one bar is donated to someone in need.
Bogobrush: When you buy a Bogobrush, they send the same high quality, 100% biodegradable toothbrush to someone in need. If you sign-up for their one year supply, a fresh toothbrush will be delivered to you and someone in need every three months.
MiiR: Buy a bike, give a bike to a person in need. In remote communities, a means of sustainable transportation like a bicycle can make the difference between attending school, selling at a market, getting access to services or not. To provide mobility internationally as well as within the US, MiiR, the maker of the bike has partnered with World Bicycle Relief in Africa and The Boise Bicycle Project in Idaho, US. MiiR believes in challenging the status quo, by making highly functional, well designed products while giving back to those in need.