ShoppingGives Announces Major New Retail Partners Just in Time for Holiday Shopping

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Solstice Sunglasses, Natori, MiiR, Highline Wellness and KOIO Join ShoppingGives to Make It Easy for Shoppers to Give Back While Supporting the Giving Economy, Taking the Legal and Operational Burden Out of the Donation Process

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Solstice Sunglasses, Natori, MiiR, Highline Wellness and KOIO join ShoppingGives to make it easy for shoppers to give back while supporting the giving economy.

By using ShoppingGives, merchants allow shoppers to donate to their cause of choice, aligning their values with your brand. Now with our Shopify App, we are making this even easier, adding hundreds of partners since launching this fall.

Today, ShoppingGives, a retail solution that provides seamless integrations for customer-focused cause marketing, announced that new partners have joined its platform, just in time for the holidays. Retail partners launching for the holiday shopping season include Solstice Sunglasses, Natori, MiiR, Highline Wellness and KOIO. These brands join direct-to-consumer (D2C) companies like White + Warren and Zachary Prell on ShoppingGives.

As consumers shop for the holiday season – 53% of all 2019 holiday shopping is expected to be done digitally[i] – ShoppingGives puts customers in charge, allowing them to choose from more than 1.4 million causes with every purchase. ShoppingGives decreases the legal and operational burdens that cause marketing initiatives often face, enabling merchants to donate easily and seamlessly.

“We’re excited that the ShoppingGives’ model enables MiiR’s fans and customers to do even more good with their purchases,” said Mandy Lozano, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, MiiR. “The ShoppingGives team is a blast to work with and clearly driven by the love of giving back.

“ShoppingGives streamlines giving for our retail partners, managing donation disbursement while providing them with granular data around the impact their customers are having to enable them to make smarter business decisions,” said Ronny Sage, Founder and CEO, ShoppingGives. “By using ShoppingGives, merchants allow shoppers to donate to their cause of choice, aligning their values with your brand. Now with our Shopify App, we are making this even easier, adding hundreds of partners since launching this fall.”

Data shows that customers who opt-in to donations feel more connected to their purchases and in turn, convert more, spend more, and come back sooner and more often.

ShoppingGives is continually adding new retail partners, as brands discover the ease of giving back through a native, fully managed process that allows them to continue to focus on their core business. 78% of Americans believe companies must go beyond making money to positively impact society as well[ii].

“We are thrilled to be launching ShoppingGives on Natori.com,” said Ken Natori, President of The Natori Company. “We have been committed to supporting organizations that empower and educate women around the world, and ShoppingGives will make it easier for our customers on natori.com to feel like they are contributing to that mission.”

To learn more, visit https://shoppinggives.com/ or follow ShoppingGives on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram.

About ShoppingGives
ShoppingGives, a Chicago-based retail solution that provides seamless integrations for customer-focused cause marketing, is rethinking how donations are done in a more meaningful way, from the perspective of both the customer and the brand. ShoppingGives' is a cart technology that enables brands to donate a percentage or amount of each purchase on behalf of their customers to the cause of their choice. By simplifying and personalizing the donation process, ShoppingGives creates a unique opportunity for brands to actively engage customers in their corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy. For more information, please visit ShoppingGives.com or follow ShoppingGives on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram.

[i] https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/23/holiday-spending-expected-to-rise-5percent-this-year-driven-by-online-sales.html

[ii] https://www.conecomm.com/insights-blog/2018/6/7/announcing-the-2018-coneporter-novelli-purpose-study

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