GIVEAWAY: Over $300 Worth of Eco-Friendly Goods

GIVEAWAY: Over $300 Worth of Eco-Friendly Goods

You guys have been so good, you deserve to be rewarded. But not just any kind of reward, we’re talking hundreds of dollars worth of eco-friendly brands and brands that support nonprofits.

Why are we so eager to spoil you? Because we believe each purchase you make can do one of two things:

1.) It can impact the environment in a positive way

2.) It can impact the environment in a negative way.

We know you want your purchases to hold some positive power, but it’s possible you might not know where to start when it comes to supporting eco-friendly brands or brands that support nonprofits.

So we’ve partnered with some of the best ones out there to get you on your way to living a sustainable life that’s good for you, the planet, animals, and nonprofits.

One might say this is the best giveaway of all time.

So what do you have to do to enter? We’re glad you asked.

1.Go to our Instagram

2. Like the giveaway post. It’ll be our most recent post.

3. Follow @_downtodonate + at least one other account tagged in the picture.

4. Tag a friend in the comments below

Giveaway will be closed on 10/17/2019.

Now, if you really want to win you can follow one or more of the steps below to get more entries.

-Share our giveaway post on your IG stories and tag @_downtodonate (3 extra entries)

-Sign up for our newsletter (5 extra entries)

-Start your charity subscription service with Down to Donate (10 extra entries)

What’s included in the giveaway?

A gorgeous tote from Out of the Woods Bags, a pound of beans and a t-shirt from Dean’s Beans, two pairs of socks from BOLD Socks, beautifully scented toiletries from SoapBox Soaps, one seasonal issue of Womanly Mag, As many rolls of Who Gives a Crap TP as we can fit, two pairs of Voyce Threads socks, Etee reusable food wraps, $50 gift card from Gifts for Good, a Charity Charge T-Shirt and Koozies, a Down to Donate hat.

Good luck to each of you <3

Per Instagram rules, this promotion is in no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram, Inc. By entering, entrants confirm that they are 13+ years of age, release Instagram of responsibility, and agree to Instagram’s terms of use.

The Down Diaries: Vol.1

Hey. Welcome. We’re stoked to have you.

It’s particularly cool that you’re here because this means you’re ready to do something. This means you’ve been looking for a solution on how to make donating to nonprofits easier, and it’s possible that we’re the answer.

That’s dope. But what you’re doing is much bigger than just that.

Sure, mindlessly donating is awesome. I mean, we mindlessly do lots of things; sing, tap, spend, eat, eat, and eat. So, adding social good to that list almost makes you some kind of superhuman. As if you’re… unstoppable.

Okay. Let’s not get carried away.

This kind of thing we’re doing, Down to Donate, only works if we’re all in it together. Sure, you can boast over drinks about how you just signed up for this cool, new service that’s founded by two incredibly charming and talented young ladies, but what difference does that make if the person you’re telling that undeniably wonderful news to doesn’t care?

Well, here’s where you step in. It’s now your job to make them care.

If you’re anything like us, you’d sprinkle a couple facts on ‘em. Something like:

Bet ya didn’t know the majority of all donations in the U.S. are made by individuals, and around $400 billion are donated every year.


Did you know a nonprofit’s support base is made up less than 10% of recurring donations? Don’t you have, like, eight different subscription services already?

We’re a little sassy, so feel free to add your own friendly twang when it comes to spreading the word.

Today, this is the most information we’ve ever had available to us. And in the fastest amount of time. Tomorrow will out-do today. And the day after that will out-do tomorrow.

It’s our responsibility to educate the people about issues that both, directly and indirectly, affect us. This doesn’t have to be a political thing. It doesn’t have to be a look-at-me-I-donate-to-charities kind of thing either. Although, we think the whole being-humble-about-giving-back thing is kind of dated.

It does, however, have to be about being aware. But more importantly, doing something, even the smallest action based on that awareness.

You know what our goals are, and they’re honestly not that outlandish. We just need a few good people who are passionate about equality in order for this platform to work.

We’re pumped for what’s next. Keep on signing up.

Monica Weintraub