In light of the recent coronavirus crisis, many brands are looking for ways to give back and help their community.
Some brands have even pledged to donate all of their proceeds to COVID-19 relief efforts.
If you're thinking of shopping online, why not also help give back to a cause?
Check out the brands below that are giving back with each purchase.
Qurate Retail Group, home to HSN, is supporting Meals on Wheels America and No Kid Hungry by matching customer and team member donations up to $2 million.
"Our hearts go out to everyone who has been impacted by COVID-19. We want to do our part to help and to create an immediate and positive change in the lives of people in our communities," the company said in a statement.
Bonus: HSN is having a 24-hour beauty sale on April 22 so you can score some of your favorite beauty products like Dr. Brandt and Wet Brush and give back to the community.
From April 23 through April 29, Wayfair will donate 10% of profits from its Save Big, Give Back event to Feeding America’s COVID-19 response fund.
The brand is offering up to 80% off a variety of categories for consumers, from office furniture to storage solutions.
Premium activewear brand Rhone has partnered with Direct Relief to donate 10% of net proceeds through May to COVID-19 relief efforts.
The company also helped launch Brands x Better, a coalition of 120 brands committed to providing aid in a time of crisis, which has raised over $1 million.
Cooking more during self isolation? Add some new cookware to your kitchen!
HexClad is donating 40% of sales from its 12” hybrid wok and cooking lid to COVID relief.
Bonus: the wok is also on sale now for 20% off.
BEDGEAR is donating 19% of all the brand’s performance pillow online sales through the month of April.
The BEDGEAR Foundation is donating of tens of thousands of KN95 respirator masks and performance pillows to hospitals, nursing homes and first response teams.
“We do not want to turn away any First Responder requests, and BEDGEAR is proud to offer our online shoppers a way to make a difference in the lives of others by combatting the coronavirus and directly helping the medical staff on the front lines,” BEDGEAR CEO Eugene Alletto said in a statement to "GMA."
Gabriel & Co.
Jeweler Gabriel & Co. created a unique bracelet to help children around the world during this time.
"In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, many of us find comfort in the message of Psalm-91. We created this powerful bracelet as a sign of faith, strength and positivity," the brand said on its website.
All of the proceeds from the "Special edition bracelet Covid-19" will go to the nonprofit Jewelers for Children.
Jewelry designer Kendra Scott has giveback programs for her Everlyne Bracelet and Literacy Charm.
Half of proceeds from the Everlyne Bracelets goes to Feeding America and every purchase of a Literacy Charm donates one book to children in low-income communities.
Los Angeles-based jeweler Nancy Newberg is donating 30% of proceeds from online sales to ShieldLA, a nonprofit providing PPE relief to health care workers.
Canadian outerwear company Nobis is donating 100% of online sales to The Red Cross' COVID-19 relief efforts.
"There has never been a more crucial time for us to further our community support. This is why Nobis is doing everything within our means to recognize and support the incredible sacrifice being made by these outstanding individuals in the ongoing battle against COVID-19," Nobis co-founder and vice president Robin Yates told "GMA."
Rebecca Minkoff is selling a "New York Stronger Together" T-shirt with 100% of the profits benefitting Mask A Hero.
"I could never do what I do without enabling ways for others to have more opportunity or get the basics they need," Minkoff wrote on Instagram.
Parisian brand Ba&sh designed a new T-shirt with the message “I will hug you later" in support of health care workers.
All of the proceeds in North America will be donated to Baby2Baby, which provides essential goods to U.S. children who are living in poverty and whose families have been impacted by COVID-19.
The brand is also donating 15% of all online sales to Baby2Baby.
Proper No. Twelve
Conor McGregor’s whiskey brand has teamed up with apparel company Sportique to design a T-shirt for a cause.
One hundred percent of "One for All" shirt sales go to the Tunnel to Towers COVID-19 Heroes Fund.
Clothing brand Linksoul designed a limited edition "Flatten the Curve" shirt to spread a stylish message.
All of the proceeds from the shirt will be donated to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy,
Denim brand Celebrity Pink is donating 100% of profits for the next three months to support the American Nurses Association.
Los Angeles-based brand Lanston is donating 25% of its online proceeds to Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund.
Accessory brand Dagne Dover is donating 10% to the charity of your choice and giving customers 10% off when the code TOGETHER is used online.
"This is a time for everyone to come together to help the greater good and do better," Deepa Gandhi, COO and co-founder, told "GMA."
Sandal company ROAM is giving 15% off online April sales to Make More Masks, a company dedicated to making and donating masks to nonprofit clinics.
"We are a small, young business and have been very impacted like most during this time," founder Kay Sides told "GMA." "As much as we are in need of every dollar and are so grateful for each sale whether it's online or our retail partners we just feel that in this time, it's very important to be even more generous to others in every way. We believe the only way through this is together and really want to continue to be walkers in our commitment to service and purpose."
Last month, the brand donated 15% of total online sales to feeding America.
Vegan brand Nuria Beauty is donating 100% of its April revenue to Save the Children's COVID-19 response.
With every purchase of a M.A.C VIVA GLAM Lipstick, the company is donating 100% of the selling price to support those who are most at risk during this health crisis.
Cruelty-free beauty brand Grande Cosmetics is donating 15% of sales to Feeding America and offering customers 15% off.
“Americans are facing hardship across all walks of life, including our friends and family, and in these critical times it is so important that we band together to offer support for those in need. I am passionate about doing all that I can to help,” founder and CEO Alicia Grande said in a statement.
The brand has already raised $80,000 of its $100,000 goal.
Beauty tool brand Yubi is donating $10 to the Mid-Ohio Food Bank when shoppers use the code “GIVE10” at checkout.
Plus, you also get $10 off your purchase.
Skin Authority is giving back to spas and estheticians who aren’t able to work right now due to the coronavirus crisis.
The brand is giving 30% of all sales online to local spas in the zip code nearest to you.
"Our local retailers and service providers are the face and hands of our brand in their community. They are an extension of our family. We felt this was one small gesture to show how much we value them and are by their side until their doors reopen,” Celeste Hilling CEO of Skin Authority told "GMA."
Brand new beauty brand Goodhabit is donating 20% of proceeds from pre-order sales to Food Bank NYC's COVID-19 Emergency Response Program.
"We believe good habits start with good deeds, and since Goodhabit is born & raised in NYC we felt compelled to give back to the city that has given all of us so much," Jeniece Trizzino, VP of Product Development told "GMA."
Personal care brand by Humankind launched a moisturizing hand sanitizer with one dollar from each purchase being donated to the Robin Hood Relief Fund.
Clothing company SUNDRY is using their resources to produce non-medical reusable masks.
For every set purchased the company is donating a set to essential workers and businesses.
Mask Club was founded out of the need to provide protective wear to everyone across the world.
The company makes double-ply masks in the United States.
For every mask purchase, the company is donating a medical grade mask to First Responders Children’s Foundation.
PopSockets is donating 100% of sales from its "Dogtor" and "Open Your Heart" PopGrip to Doctors Without Borders and Feeding America.
“I launched PopSockets in 2014 with a mission to do the most good I could. Today I’m supporting two charities that are providing critical responses to the COVID-19 virus: Doctors Without Borders and Feeding America. Both are focusing efforts to help those afflicted by the COVID-19 crisis while maintaining their other lifesaving work. PopSockets is doubling its Poptivism donation for these grips: 100% of every sale will support the respective charities," PopSockets CEO David Barnett said.