Better For The World
Better For You

Get high-quality items made with love—and fight poverty and climate change with every purchase


Because we did the research for you. We've collected over 120 brands that are actively fighting climate change, poverty, hunger, inequality, and pollution.

So you can get the things you need—and know the money you spend supports things you believe in.

The DoneGood team vets every brand that sells on our site to make sure they all pay good wages and use really ecofriendly practices. — Learn More


Corporate giants crank out cheap junk

made in huge mass-production facilities—often with people earning poverty wages and processes that destroy our planet. 

We can opt-out of their systems.  And instead get better stuff from better brands like these. 👇


Solar lights and outdoor gear that give back to communities that need it most.

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Cozy handcrafted natural wool slippers and shoes, responsibly sourced and made by women in Kyrgyzstan earning livable wages.

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Starfish Project

100% of your jewelry purchase empowers survivors of human trafficking with careers, education & skills training, housing and safe childcare.

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Mayamam Weavers

Hand woven home goods and accessories made by a women's cooperative in Guatemala helping members making a better life for their children & families.

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Silky-soft and breathable non-toxic bamboo sheets & bath accessories. These essentials use 99% less water & 38% less carbon than their cotton alternatives.

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Vi Bella

Unique jewelry, accessories, and gifts hand made by fair trade artisans is Haiti and Mexico.

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The DoneGood Community: Strong & Growing

The dollars you spend are world’s most powerful force for change.

Americans gave $327 billion to charity last year—but we all spent over 40 times more than that buying stuff! .

That means if just 2% of the dollars we all spend can help make the world better—that could do as much good as all the donations to all the non-profits in the country combined

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You Have So Much Power

In a supply and demand economy, you have all the power–whatever you demand, the market supplies.  The more we all demand products that are made with living wages and highly ecofriendly practices, the more the market supplies products like that. 

The more we choose to buy from brands that do good for people and the planet, the more they succeed, and the more other businesses become like them.  Eventually even the big guys start to change (because they want our money).  And the world gets better.  Just because you got something you needed to buy anyway.