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Milk Makeup, in collaboration with the iconic Wu-Tang Clan, has raised $106,264.31 to support New Yorkers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
100% of proceeds from all milkmakeup.com purchases on April 10th were donated to the NYC COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, providing resources for health care workers and essential staff, local small businesses, displaced hourly workers, families, youth and vulnerable New Yorkers. On top of that, 1,155 limited-edition Wu-Tang x Milk Makeup Lip Colors were gifted to shoppers who spent $55 or more on milkmakeup.com during the one-day sale.
The NYC-born and-bred brand has also donated $250,000 worth of skincare products to NYC frontline responders across city hospitals.
Movement and fitness is like a common language. Everybody here - brands, influencers, athletes- wanted to do something to help those in need.”- Matt O’Keefe, UiM
Hyperice announced a partnership with United In Movement (UiM) to support communities and workers on the front lines fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. 10% of proceeds from each Hyperice.com purchase will be donated to UiM, an online fitness challenge for participants of all skill levels, created to raise relief funds to support humanitarian efforts, businesses and gyms impacted by COVID-19.
Samuel Hubbard is awarding individuals who are making a difference during this pandemic with the Hubbard Local Heroes award. Selected recipients will be featured on Samuel Hubbard’s Facebook, receive a free pair of shoes, and have their message of COVID-19 relief amplified.
DITA has been continuously impressed by the tireless dedication and bravery of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals during this unprecedented public health crisis and started this program as a way to thank these first responders for their heroic service.”- Jenn Bradley, Global VP of Product and Marketing, DITA
Luxury eyewear brand, DITA, will offer complimentary new optical frames to healthcare first responders who are on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19.
DITA will ship frames to healthcare professions at select hospitals in Los Angeles, New York City, Paris, Milan, and Tokyo at no cost to them. With many first responders wearing their existing prescription eyewear during long shifts, the brand hopes that these new frames will likely be a refreshing change.