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These Are the 8 Deals to Shop for Giving Tuesday

Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be over, but you can still save money and give back this holiday season.


If you haven’t had enough of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, don’t fret, there’s still a chance for you to save and give. Today is Giving Tuesday, which means you can shop and feel good about spending your money. These stores are each offering unique deals and donation options so you can feel good about spending money.

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One hundred percent of all sales on BioLite.com help to bring energy to the world. Pick from solar panels for your lights, a HomeStove, FitePit, CampStove and more, and the entire cost of each item will go toward BioLite’s work in East Africa. The brand already donates a portion of each sale, but today all that money will go towards providing families with clean, safe and reliable energy access.

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Lord & Taylor

Today, Lord & Taylor will donate 10 percent of the total sale of all products in stores and online to the HBC Foundation, which supports mental health charities. There are still loads of deals on regular and sale items (take 25-percent off) as well as kitchen, dining and entertaining appliances with code CYBER. Some exclusions apply both in stores and online.

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J.Crew partnered with a handful of organizations like Charity: Water, Human Rights Campaign and Girls Inc. to donate one hundred percent of each item’s retail price to charity. J.Crew worked with each team to design a variety of products like shirts, water bottles and bags, all ranging in price from $15 to $70.

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With each purchase, Silca will donate a portion of the money earned from each order or a floor pump to a cycling program that you choose. If you buy something for under $100, 10 percent of your order goes to the cycling program of your choice via store credit. If you spend $100 to $199, 20 percent of your purchase goes to a cycling program in the form of store credit as well, and if you pay over $200, Silca will donate a Pista Floor pump to a cycling program you like. Known as Pumps for Programs, it starts and ends today, so just fill out the form.

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Backcountry and The Nature Conservancy put their heads together to help raise money and awareness for natural landscapes and the great outdoors. When you go to checkout, you’ll see the option to add $1, $3 or $5 to your order in the form of a donation so you can help plant a tree, support dogs who hunt poachers and aid in the fight to keep coral reefs around the world alive and well. Shop and pick a button at checkout.

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Amazon partnered up with Toys for Tots, so you just have to say, “Alexa, donate to Toys for Tots.” You’ll confirm the order (either online or in the app), and then Amazon will ship it directly to Toys for Tots. In less than a minute you can shop and give back.

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Uncommon Goods

A big part of Uncommon Goods’ history includes the variety of goods that give back to a plethora of causes. Today, the brand is doubling its donation to the Better to Give partner of your choosing. With every item, you add to your cart and check out, $1 goes to a Better to Give charity. Pick to help preserve the American Forests, send money to the International Rescue Committee, RAINN, 826 National and more.

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Huckberry’s headquarters is in San Francisco, California, where the team sees the destruction from the wildfires currently affecting the area. Today, Huckberry is choosing to donate $5 from every single order directly to the California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund to help the state with long-term recovery efforts. To urge you to shop more, it’s also offering free shipping.

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