From Charitable Jewelry Collections to Pride Equality Initiatives

By: Jana Pijak - Jul 22, 2016
These feel-good brand partnerships range from educational jewelry intitiatives to pride equality campaigns that celebrate LGBTQ rights while encouraging government officials to change gay marriage laws.

While an LGBTQ Month campaign by American retailer Macy's embraces everyone's right to marry who they choose, Tiffany & Co's latest venture centers around female-empowerment and education for Saudi Arabian women. Additionally. luxury label Louis Vuitton's UNICEF jewelry collaboration aims to raise awareness and funds for underprivileged children and is marketed with a sharable #makeapromise hashtag.

Other memorable examples of feel-good brand partnerships include charitable food sponsorships like Walmart's social media camapaign for US food banks. Similarly, another notable example is Starbucks' #RedCupCheer campaign -- a unique marketing opportunity that allows major charities to compete for sponsorships and monetary grants while raising awareness for a good cause.