“We realize we cannot help everybody but it is our responsibility to help somebody.” – Laura Cuevas, SquareHue President and CoFounder

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The Natural Citizen  

Set apart by simplicity and quality, The Natural Citizen cut out any frills, flavors or miracles to deliver honest, quality-tested whole foods. Its products—like the Organic Energy ($39) blend of organically grown maca, quinoa, green tea and Rhodiola rosea—nourish the body and help nourish the hungry with three meals donated for every purchase. Each formula is carefully curated with diverse ingredients that serve a unique purpose while working in harmony for “honest-to-goodness wellness.” thenaturalcitizen.com

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Artifact Uprising

Artifact Uprising believes that for all things, there is endless possibility. And for everyone, there is a story to tell. It strives to help inspired storytellers move stories off their devices and into their lives, archived for future generations. From prints, to photo books, wall art and more, Artifact Uprising is committed to creating “innovative products that reflect and respect the wild places that inspire so much within us.” It also provides jobs for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in partnership with Seattle based non-profit SKCAC. artifactuprising.com

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Break Down Walls

Break down to build up. That’s the motto of Break Down Walls, which is committed to creating products that inspire a breakdown of the “walls” or challenges that hold you back from a life of purpose. Every purchase, including The Adventure Cap ($30), helps to build playgrounds and meals for children who have experienced war, natural disaster or economic stress. breakdownwallshq.com

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Baggu

Founded by a Parsons fashion grad and her master seamstress mom, Baggu is an environmentally conscious bag design company. Its simple, high quality bags in bright colors include the Standard Baggu ($9), with ripstop nylon that can hold three plastic grocery bags worth of stuff or fold into a five-inch flat pouch. baggu.com

 

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SquareHue  

This nail polish subscription service is on a mission. Every month, subscribers are surprised with two new polish colors ($16)—all cruelty-free, vegan-friendly and made in the U.S. Started by four friends wanting to do good, the company was intentionally created to fund organizations that are changing the world. Currently, a portion of all proceeds goes to raise awareness of human trafficking, rescue victims and put those responsible behind bars. squarehue.com

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Deep River Snacks

Do you give a chip? That’s what Deep River Snacks wants to know as it’s on a mission to elevate snacking with quality products that give back. The company uses its packaging—like that of the Sweet Maui Onion kettle cooked potato chip—as a platform to raise awareness for various organizations that have impacted the lives of its employees. All snacks are all grown and cooked in the U.S., and Deep River Snacks pledges to give at least 10 percent of its annual profits to charity every year. deepriversnacks.com

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FLYJOY

On a mission to “inspire everyone we meet to discover their extraordinary,” FLYJOY makes snack bars in seven flavors—like the Cashew Cookie Dough ($23.99 for 12)—packed with ingredients to fuel your exploration. Each is all-natural, gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher certified and vegan. And a portion of the profit from each bar goes to HOPE International, a nonprofit organization that empowers families to break the cycle of poverty. flyjoy.com

 

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KEATS

Its work is a “love letter to the healing power of plants” for KEATS. Produced by hand in small batches, KEATS products—like this soap trio ($35)—are all natural, unrefined and organic. It aims to “invigorate your morning routine, enhance your nightly ritual, and remind you of your beautiful place in the world.” keatshandcrafted.com