Reunited Clothing gives back “because we can”. Here at Reunited we know that our loyal and beautiful customer is affected by things beyond her control and our mission is to help support our customers the way they support us. Cancer research has been one of our key areas of focus. Additionally, we have made charitable donations to women’s shelters and empowerment groups.
Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance:
While working to raise awareness, we also have fun. We loved having Kelly Ripa visit our booth at the Hampton’s Super Saturday event when we raised money for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance.
Living Beyond Breast Cancer:
Creating gorgeous pink cashmere sweaters for Living Beyond Breast Cancer was an incredibly rewarding partnership.
2020 Hudson Regional COVID-19 Hero Award:
Reunited Clothing was awarded with the “2020 Hero Award” from the Mayor, Town Council, and Hudson Regional Hospital. This was given to our company for donations made to the community and hospital during covid-19. We are honored to be recognized and will continue to do our part helping our community and others.
Go With Courage:
We had a wonderful time celebrating the organization “Go with Courage”. The grey cashmere and Carson Kressley made the event even more memorable! Thank you to Long Island Pulse Magazine for featuring the event!
Marled X The Pink Agenda
The Pink Agenda (TPA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to raising money for breast cancer research and care, as well as awareness of the disease among young professionals.
Born of the belief that engaging today’s generation can go a long way toward finding tomorrow’s cure, The Pink Agenda finds, funds, and partners with people and programs that are improving the lives of those suffering from breast cancer and conducting the groundbreaking research necessary to improve their odds.
In 2020, our brand Marled partnered with The Pink Agenda for their annual TPA Gala by donating non-surgical, non-medical fashion masks to every attendee. This was such an amazing event and helped to raise a ton of money!
More Than a Mask:
MORE THAN A MASK is an organization founded by Olivia Culpo during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proceeds from the sales of a line of non-surgical, non-medical fashion masks will be used as charitable donations to various organizations.
We are happy to announce that Express will be carrying our masks in exclusive designs this month with profits supporting Feeding America. Feeding America is the nation’s largest hunger relief organization, with a network of food banks, pantries and meal programs that serve over 40 million people. Black households in the U.S. are twice as likely to face hunger than White, non-Hispanic ones. The Feeding America Network serves nearly one in three Black Americans.
For every #ExpressTogether tee or face cover designed by Olivia Culpo sold, we will donate $10 to Feeding America – up to $250,000 – now through August 29, 2020. Let’s come together to help fight hunger nationwide and wear our masks along the way! Use #morethanamask to share your own style tips and how you yourself are staying safe during these unprecedented times.
HELP USA: Our partnership during the COVID-19 Pandemic is with HELP USA. When we launched the Shop Marled Summer Collection- An Ode To New York, we felt the need to give back to this great city. Each piece is inspired by different parts of the city- Greenwich, Essex, Ludlow, and Out East (Hamptons). A portion of the proceeds of sales of items from our Ode to NYC Summer collection from orders placed between June 12th, 2020 and July 31st, 2020 will be donated to HELP USA, a charity that is working to help those facing homelessness.
Our current partnership with POWWATER an organization bringing sustainable clean water to people in need by
effectively engaging local communities around the world. With 10% of sales going to POWWATER. Shop Marled is hopeful that our efforts will aid in the water crisis that persists both domestically and abroad.
The Cara Santana Collection:
As a brand, we are committed to supporting girls in under-resourced communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, career focused and ready to join the next generation of professional woman. For the first month, 10% of every purchase will go towards Step Up, an organization that does just that. Step Up is an organization that propels girls going to school/living in under-resourced communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, career-focused, and ready to join the next generation of professional women.
The Bright Side by Rocky Barnes:
10% of profits from the sales of The Holiday Collection will be donated to Baby2Baby, a non profit organization that provides basic essentials to children living in poverty across the country.