Hurricane Sandy has impacted the lives of New Yorkers, New Jerseyites, those from Connecticut and others from all over the Northeast. I would also like to take this time to acknowledge those who have been impacted by this Hurricane in Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba as well. After watching the telethon last night which featured Bruce Springsteen, Christina Aguilera, Steven Tyler, etc. I thought that there had to be a way to donate money online as well. I started searching some of my favorite online stores and here’s a list of a few stores who are donating money to the Red Cross in an attempt to aid in disaster relief… If you’re going to spend money, you might as well spend it on something good!

Stylebop is pledging 10 percent of all sales between November 1–7 to the American Red Cross’s efforts.


A percentage of proceeds from Ferragamo boutiques nationwide and will be donated to the American Red Cross today through Sunday, November 4.

Barneys New York is giving 10 percent of all sales from its Madison Avenue flagship on Sunday, November 4, to the American Red Cross.

eBay set up a Hurricane Sandy page where users can browse items that benefit related charities.

Gilt City has pledged to donate 30 percent of sales from its New York City site to the American Red Cross through Sunday, November 4.

The Coveteur  is donating 100 percent of profits to the American Red Cross.

Penfield is donating $10 from every online purchase to the American Red Cross.

Reformation will donate 10 percent of online sales to the American Red Cross through November 8. 20% off all items with coupon code “refrelief”.



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