With the race to snap up a bargain this Black Friday firmly on, why not give back and make a positive impact while shopping?
Here are some brands offering up a charitable, feel-good incentive while you spend, with investment pieces that will get years of wear.
The cosy pyjama
Boden has partnered with Crisis on Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving celebrated on the 30th November, with Boden offering over 500 ‘gifts’ and a monetary donation to help end homelessness. Each ‘gift’ provides someone experiencing homelessness with a place to stay, food, welfare, companionship and vital care, plus the opportunity to end their homelessness for good.
The winter warmer
Karen Millen will be working with their reforestation partner Tree-Nation, and planting a tree for every sale made this weekend.
The goes-with-everything gold earring
Deborah Blyth will be donating a percentage of every sale across all pieces this weekend to Women’s Aid.
The perfect festive shoe
Make every purchase count. Russell and Bromley will be donating £5 from every online order across four charities.
The forever everyday bag
Aspinal of London will be planting a tree for every single purchase.
The classic knit
Baujken will be donating 100% of their net profit from black Friday weekend to Strut Safe and World Land Trust.
By Sophie Dearden