Many of us felt the effects of Hurricane Sandy this week, some way worse than others. Happily, there are tons of ways you can reach out, pay it forward, and help the victims of Hurricane Sandy—no matter where you are in the world of what you have to give. Obviously, you can click through to sites like RedCross.org and donate, or you can shop until you drop, pick up a few pieces from some of the best shopping sites around, and know that a percentage of your cash will go towards helping the worst-hit victims of the superstorm. Click through for ten ways you can help.
BaubleBar: For every $10 spent on a Buried Bauble purchase, BaubleBar will donate $10 to the American Red Cross.
Dannijo: Dannijo (pictured) will donate 20% of all sales made through Sunday, November 4, to the American Red Cross.
eBay: Buyers can buy a product with a yellow or blue ribbon to help non-profits involved in relief efforts. Sellers can donate 10-100% of their final sale price to non-profits.
Gilt City: If you spend money on a New York City sale, 30% of that money will be donated to relief, through Sunday, November 4.
Lord & Taylor: Forget shopping, all you have to do is “like” the Lord & Taylor Facebook page between now and Christmas and Lord & Taylor will donate $1 to the New York Red Cross.
Mara Hoffman: You can take 15% off everything be using the code ILOVENY at checkout. Further, 5% of sales will be donated to the American Red Cross, now through Sunday, November 4.
Penfield: Penfield will donate $10 from every order to the American Red Cross.
The Reformation: You can take 20% off everything by using the code REFRELIEF at checkout. Following on from that, 10% off all sales will be donated to the American Red Cross through Thursday, November 8.
Salvatore Ferragamo: A percentage of proceeds from sales made through Sunday, November 4, will be donated to the American Red Cross.
StyleBop: Through Wednesday, November 7, 10% of sales will be donated to the American Red Cross.