10 Companies That Use The One-For-One Giving Model
This article was originally published on Business Blurb.
How can you help out in 2020 without donating a dime? Buying items from companies that use the buy-one-give-one model that originated through TOMS Shoes. For every item purchased, one item (sometimes the same and sometimes different) is donated to someone or something in need. This model has proven effective through various successful endeavors. Here are just some of the many companies using the buy-one-give-one model:
What They Sell: Durable phone cases
What They Donate: Burger Cases aims to end world hunger by donating a burger to a hungry person every time someone buys a phone case.
What They Sell: Kids backpacks, lunch boxes, and duffel bags
What They Donate: For every backpack they sell, they donate a school bag and supplies to a kid in need.
What They Sell: Womens boots
What They Donate: For every pair of boots they sell, they give a new pair to a child in need.
What They Sell: Toothbrushes, travel journals, and zippered pouches.
What They Donate: For every Smile Squared toothbrush that is purchased, another is given to someone who is less fortunate.
What They Sell: Medical scrubs
What They Donate: For every set of scrubs sold, Figs donates a set to a healthcare provider.
What They Sell: Shoes
What They Donate: For every shoe sold, they donate a shoe to someone in need.
What They Sell: Socks and apparel
What They Donate: For every piece of apparel they sell, they donate one to someone in need of new clothing items.
This Bar Saves Lives
What They Sell: Health bars
What They Donate: For every purchase made, they donate a packet of life-saving food to a child in need.
What They Sell: Wooden watches and glasses.
What They Donate: Every time someone buys a watch, they plant a tree.
What They Sell: Glasses
What They Donate: For every pair sold, one is donated through their “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” program.