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#TexasStrong getting stronger

August 31, 2017

 

Yesterday was all about shopping for #TexasPride and today we focus on the amazingly charitable brands that are giving proceeds to the much needed relief. The good news is, we can  STILL do what we do best in order to help the relief efforts: SHOPPING. Countless designers and brands (both local and online) are donating proceeds of specific items or total purchases to The American Red Cross and other amazing charities that are pouring all their resources to relief the devastation. See below list of how you can help the relief with just a few clicks at your laptop.

 

Amazon

Shop the American Red Cross essentials wish list to automatically send supplies from Amazon directly to the shelters in the Gulf Coast and Houston. Items needed are things like Lysol wipes and baby products. It is as easy as a click to your Amazon account. 

 

Gretchen Roehrs Art

The popular fashion illustrator who uses fresh and bright foods as the clothing in her pieces is donating all proceeds from her print shop to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy for the next few weeks. Every purchase of one of her Instagram sensation prints will come with a bonus print of a fashion illustration of a Texas flag like ensemble. 

 

City Boots

This up and coming Dallas based boot and accessories brand started by SMU grad Lizzy Chesnut is donating 15% of proceeds from their boot sales to the Houston Food Bank. The geniuses behind these authentically handmade cowboy boots are extending this donation opportunity until Labor Day.

 

Suzanna Dai

This Austin based jewelry designer is donating 25% of profits of all online sales now through September 5th to the American Red Cross. Use code REDCROSS20 to get an additional 20% off of sale items to really seal the deal. 

 

Lime Crime Makeup

The hip cosmetics brand is donating 100% of sales of their Beet It Matte Velveteens Lipstick  to the American Red Cross now through September 12th. Pucker up for a good cause.

 

James Avery

The Texas based jeweler crafted a "Deep in the Heart of Texas" sterling silver charm to support our state in need. 100% of sales go to benefit the cause and the item is quickly selling out. 

 

Magnolia Market 

The HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are donating all proceeds from sales of their "Texas Forever" cotton tees from both their Waco store location and their online outpost. 

 

Golden Thread Jewelry

The brand is donating 100% of proceeds from their large gold Texas shaped pendant necklace to local shelters in Houston not supported by national charities. If you're wanting to support local, this is your item.  

 

LolaandLina.com

This newly launched jewelry accessories website based in Fort Worth is donating to the cause as well. The brand's co-founder, Carolyn Thorp Osborne is a Houston native.  Get chic earrings from designers like Mercedes Salazar and Mignonne Gavigan and a portion of the sales will be heading down to help those in need from the Houston flooding. 

 

Kendra Scott

The incredibly popular jewelry designer is donating half of all online purchases to the American Red Cross. The brand just recently launched a beautiful collection of home decor items in addition to their jewelry. 

 

Hari Mari

The popular flip flop company is making a difference by selling a t-shirt with the company's logo on the outline of Texas and all proceeds will be donated to the relief efforts.

 

 

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