2012 November 5
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Another way to pitch in with the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts? Via your purchases, whether for wardrobe replenishment or to get a jump start on holiday gifts. Just choose your shopping spots carefully, cheris, by hitting up this slew of retailers who're lending a helping hand! Even if shopping's not on the agenda, there are ways to lend some support with a simple Facebook "Like" or mupload...
The Coveteur is donating 100% of profits to the American Red Cross.
eBay set up a Hurricane Sandy page.
BaubleBar is donating $10 to the American Red Cross for every $10 Buried Bauble purchased.
Penfield will donate $10 from every order on their website to the Red Cross Relief Fund.
In addition to a seven day sale on Reformation's website for 20% off (Coupon Code: REFRELIEF), the store will donate 10% of all web sales to the Red Cross.
The fashion iPhone app Trendabl is donating 10 cents for every image posted to Trendabl to the American Red Cross until next Friday, November 9th.
"Like" the Lord & Taylor Facebook page through Christmas and the department store will donate $1 to the New York Red Cross.
Gemma Redux will be donating 30 percent of sales to Sandy relief until November 20th. Use code “SandyRelief” at checkout.
Purchase the sapphire-encrusted "Scatter of Sparkle" necklace from Dalla Nonna and 20 percent of your purchase will benefit the American Red Cross.
Through November 7, StyleBop is pledging 10 percent of its sales to the American Red Cross.
At Natori.com, 20 percent of sales from the Josie Natori line will be donated to the Red Cross through November 11th.
Grey Area is selling Hurricane Relief t-shirts from Sebastian Errazuriz with 100 percent of profits going to Hurricane Sandy relief programs.
The Twinkle by Wenlan, SMITH, Hunter Dixon & Hutch Co-Op Sample Sale on Thursday & Friday November 15th & 16th 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. (545 8th Avenue, 17th Fl.) will be donating a percentage a proceeds to the American Red Cross to support Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
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