Black History Month Matching Donation Campaign

Did you know ECOVIBE donates 1% of every online purchase to our non-profit partners through our membership with 1% For The Planet? We are so proud to be part of an organization that prides itself on promoting people and the planet over profits. We believe giving back to our community is extremely important and we want to encourage our customers to participate in our online donation campaign!

In honor of Black History Month, you can choose to support nonprofit organizations advocating for the advancement of Black lives and working hard to create a more equitable society. After you've completed your purchase, you will see the option to donate a value of your choice. This amount will be donated to the featured organization of your choice and we will be matching all donations for the month of February. It's that easy!

Here's a little more about how it works:

1. Head to www.ecovibestyle.com and browse our large selection of urban decor, plants, and gifts.

2. Create your own ECOVIBE haul and add your favorite items to your cart.  (The fun part!)

3. Go to checkout and enter all the details needed to get the goodies in your hands.

4. After that you will see a screen that allows you to submit a donation amount of your choice. Choose from our four featured non-profit organizations that are committed to making a positive change in our community. The rounded up value will be donated to the organization of your choice.

Support one of these incredible nonprofits and help us make an impact this Black History Month!

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Color of Change

 

An online racial justice organization that's 7 million strong, advocating for a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.

BlackFem

A wealth justice organization that uses a research-backed approach to empower Black women and heal financial trauma. 

Legal Defense Fund

America’s premier legal organization fighting for racial justice and structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice.

Loveland Foundation

A nonprofit organization committed to the healing of communities of color, specifically focused on making therapy more accessible to Black women and girls.