Companies Are Giving Back During The Coronavirus

As society navigates through this unprecedented health crisis, businesses must adjust to a new normal. Kitchen tables have turned into conference rooms and platforms such as Zoom have increased in popularity. Online communication is an essential tool today for companies proceeding in this crisis. Additionally, fear is rising around this health emergency, however, inspiring acts are rising too. When thinking of where to proceed as an online consumer, here are a few companies that are giving back during the coronavirus.

This is nurses holding Krispy Kreme.

Krispy Kreme

To honor the sacrifices of doctors, nurses and physicians, Krispy Kreme is giving back during the coronavirus. Beginning March 30, all healthcare workers will receive a free dozen of their original glazed doughnuts. Visit your local Krispy Kreme and show an employee badge to redeem this special treat.

Good American

This is the brand, Good American

When searching for the perfect denim, Good American is offering a sweet deal. Joining in with the spirit of giving back during the coronavirus, use code SALE30 for 30% off your purchase. A portion of these proceeds will be donated to Baby2Baby, an organization dedicated to helping families in need. Baby2Baby has donated 2 million items, including diapers, formula and clothing.


Additionally, Fanatics, a manufacturer of major league baseball jerseys is giving back during the coronavirus. Fanatics will use their same fabric that produces jerseys in order to produce 1 million hospital masks and gowns. With the recent shortage in masks, Fanatics is stepping up to the plate to help patients and healthcare workers.

Hopefully, these examples will inspire your next online purchase. More than ever, giving back during the coronavirus is needed. Follow in these brands steps and use the act of service as a way to counter fear and anxiety.