Brands That Fight Hunger
Here are just some of the brands we love that support the fight against hunger. We're on a mission to share the stories behind the brands that are making a positive impact on the world by giving back...because where you spend your money matters.
Adam & Eve’s parent company, PHE, Inc., was founded in 1971 by Harvard graduate Phil Harvey after he completed his master’s thesis on family planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The company began as a mail-order contraceptive business and grew into one of the largest adult retailers in the nation, serving more than 12 million customers with their line of adult products shipped discreetly to your home.
Giving back to the community has always been an important part of the company’s culture. Approximately 20% of their profits go to help fight the spread of HIV around the world through the DKT Foundation and support more than 80 local charities including organizations that provide homes for those in need, give back to cancer and hospice patients, animal welfare groups, local food banks, and many more. They encourage their employees to volunteer their time and hold fundraisers for local charities and the company matches every dollar they raise.
The ethically produced sock line, Conscious Step offers super-soft organic cotton socks that let you choose from 17 different causes so you can “wear what you believe in.” The charities that they support are like a “who’s who” of nonprofits including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, Best Friends Animal Society, The Trevor Project, Conservation International, United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women and many more.
We have a whole lotto love for this gift that gives back (pun intended)! LottoLove makes it fun and rewarding to give the gift of giving in a unique and engaging way. Every card is a winner (for a cause), and your recipient will scratch to reveal exactly what cause their “winnings” are going to.
Based in Napa Valley, ONEHOPE Wine is one of the largest direct-to-consumer wineries in the world and has donated more than $8 million to local and global causes.