More ways to shop our cause.

Brands That Give Back!

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Karmela Cosmetics focuses on uniting and empowering women by bringing a fresh perspective to beauty. The company will also donate 10% of every purchase from their "Purple Collection" to Endometriosis Foundation of America.

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Visit this adorable Etsy shop featuring a beautiful array of apparel, jewlery, and accessories- including the adorable beaded bracelets featured in the EndoFound Shop.

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Set up your Amazon account to automatically donate a percentage of each purchase to EndoFound! Amazon Smile has the exact same products, prices, and convenience as Amazon. To add us as your charity of choice, and for all shopping going forward, make sure you are using smile.amazon.com.

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AllPeople sells the brand name, certified environmentally friendly products you love at competitive prices. All merchandise is carefully vetted and independently verified to ensure they are safe, sustainable, and provided by socially responsible businesses. Select Endometriosis Foundation of America as your charity.

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Just Skincare sells high quality skincare products at affordable prices. The line was created by a licensed aesthetician (and endo warrior!) using clean and simple ingredients that won't irritate your skin! Try it today and 10% of your purchases will be donated to the Endometriosis Foundation of America.

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This California-based wine company is making a positive impact for endometriosis with each delicious bottle. A bottle of wine is makes the perfect gift for your family and friends! Leslie is a 27 year old endometriosis survivor currently pursuing her LCSW. She has a passion to turn her pain into purpose and found a side entrepreneurial opportunity with ONEHOPE wine to raise funds and awareness for Endometriosis causes as well as other charitable causes. She spends her free time playing with her goldendoodles, spending time with her family and friends, reading and practicing yoga. Leslie hopes to one day be able to giveback to the endometriosis community in a clinical sense having first hand experienced the physical and mental trauma the disease causes.