These Brands Rally For World Mental Health Day & Beyond!
World Mental Health Awareness Day is Saturday, October 12th. According to the CDC 40% of US adults reported struggling with mental health or substance use during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Now more than ever, it is important to not only be mindful of our own mental health but also the mental health of those around us. To further bring awareness to mental health Yunizon, OH.SOand TAFT are proud to donate a portion of proceeds to select mental health charities and support awareness year round.
Yunzion Eyewear will donate 15% of all proceeds to the National Alliance on Mental Illnessand will give you 15% off your order.Founders, Rebecca Lay and Kimberly Van-Schoyck created the brand with the goal to bring mental health awareness to the forefront of the fashion industry. The brands core principles: free expression, inclusivity and belonging create an environment that is free of inhibitions and judgment, resulting in a sense of belonging that is fundamental to human satisfaction. We see a balanced state of mind as key to promoting these principles and are advocates for mental health initiatives. In line with this, we donate a portion of our proceeds to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We are committed to being part of the solution because we are all "Under One Sun".
OH.SO will donate 25% of proceeds to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Selfcare collection OH.SO takes mental health seriously. This year, the brand has committed to donating 25% of proceeds to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The brand's mission is to make people feel OH.SO good about what we put on our bodies. Products are free from any chemicals, cruelty, GMOs or gluten. This California-based collection uses high quality natural ingredients, essential oils and colloidal silver - which is powerful enough to kill bacteria and odor-causing germs on contact but gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin.
TAFT offers free mental health services for all employees and gives back to the Crisis Text Line.
DTC men's shoe brand, TAFT clothing, advocates for Mental Health all year long. In addition to free mental health services for all employees, the brand also gives back to the Crisis Text Line. Founder Kory Stevens, who has struggled with depression, uses TAFT as a platform for mental health advocacy and to connect directly with his customers, who may be facing similar challenges. Both Kory and his wife are involved with Room Here, an organization reframing the conversation around mental fitness.