Cause Marketing Partnerships

Cause marketing partnerships enable donors to combine product or service sales with a philanthropic component. A commitment has been made by the partners below to donate a portion or percent of sales to Blessings in a Backpack for a specific period of time or on an ongoing basis. Together with your support, we can feed more kids!

Note: Often, a business will select Blessings in a Backpack as the beneficiary of a “give back” promotion for their business reasons, and we thank them for their meaningful and generous support! However, due to the number of “give back” promotions with no partnership aspect to them, Blessings is not able to recognize all of those promotions on this page. If you’re a business interested in becoming an official cause-marketing partner, please fill out the form below.

Current Campaigns

Bloom
Bloom
We've partnered with Bloom to create limited-edition, ultra-soft Blessings in a Backpack socks! Every purchase goes directly to feeding kids on the weekends nationwide.

"Bloom has evolved into a company that I am proud to say has made a major difference in the lives of several hundred thousand kids," said Bloom CEO Pete Hexter. "As a national fundraising partner, our focus remains on supporting and working with premier non-profits, like Blessings in a Backpack."

KFC
KFC
KFC
For every chicken sandwich sold on Giving Tuesday, November 30, including KFC chicken sandwich meals, KFC will donate $1 to Blessings in a Backpack, with a minimum donation of $250,000 and a maximum donation of $300,000.
More Than a Backpack
More Than a Backpack
Following a successful cause-marketing campaign resulting in $10,000 to help feed kids that Blessings serves, More Than a Backpack will continue donating $1 for each backpack sold on its website.
Pura Vida Charity Bracelets
Pura Vida Charity Bracelets
25% of the purchase price from the sale of the Pura Vida Blessings in a Backpack bracelets will be donated to Blessings in a Backpack.
Bobo's
Bobo's
Bobo's is donating 100% of face masks proceeds to Blessings in a Backpack, supporting our work to ensure more food-insecure children can access weekend nutrition this school year. Kid and adult sizes available!
Heavenly Hunks
Heavenly Hunks
On Friday, November 26, Black Friday, Heavenly Hunks is donating 100 percent of its online profits to Blessings in a Backpack. Starting November 23, use promo code BLESSINGS20 or 20% off your entire purchase.
Name Bubbles
Name Bubbles
Purchase any of the School Label Packs and Name Bubbles will give $1 to Blessings in a Backpack to provide food for hungry children. The goal is to raise $10,000 from July to September 2021.
CLOZTALK
CLOZTALK
Blessings in a Backpack has added an extra, easy and cost effective way to purchase Blessings merchandise. We are working with Cloztalk, who raises awareness for 501(c) nonprofits, at no cost to the nonprofit. CLOZTALK produces cool, high-quality, charity-branded apparel and handles all online orders, so the nonprofit can focus its people and resources on serving its mission.
Martin's Potato Rolls
Martin's Potato Rolls
Martin’s Potato Rolls and Bread is partnering with Blessings in a Backpack to recognize Lunchbox Heroes this back-to-school season. For each nomination received, Martin’s will donate $5 to Blessings in a Backpack (up to $20,000 in total) to help fight childhood hunger.
Partake Foods
Partake Foods
Purchases of Partake Foods help feed kids that Blessings serves with donations that the company makes. Their products can be purchased in Target, Wegman’s, and Whole Foods Market, among other stores.
Thank you to these cause-marketing partners who helped raise $25,000 or more in support of Blessings in a Backpack's mission!

Past Campaigns

Alex and Ani
Alex and Ani
Blessings in a Backpack was an Alex and Ani CHARITY BY DESIGN partner from 2011–2019. In that time, Alex and Ani donated the proceeds from five bangle designs, more than $1 million, to help Blessings in a Backpack feed kids on the weekends.
Fabletics
Fabletics
Fabletics donated 100% of its net profits from the children’s clothing collection during May 2020 to Blessings in a Backpack.
Vera Bradley
Vera Bradley
Customers received a free Vera Bradley Mini Backpack Keychain with a minimum donation of $10 during the 2019 back-to-school season, with a total donation of $136,000. Vera Bradley also donated 75,000 backpacks to Blessings in a Backpack programs during the 2018 and 2019 back-to-school campaigns, paired with partnerships with professional athletes, musicians, actors, and influencers.
Ciccio Restaurant Group
Ciccio Restaurant Group
Guest donations with corporate match at stores in Greater Tampa and central and Southern Florida during the 2019 back-to-school season.
Kingmade Jerky
Kingmade Jerky
Kingmade Jerky donated 20% of its profits to Blessings in a Backpack during a spring 2020 campaign and donated $100,000 worth of product to select Blessings programs nationwide.
Vitamin Shoppe
Vitamin Shoppe
Vitamin Shoppe donated $5 for every social media post on National Keto Day on January 5, 2019, and 2020, with a combined total donation of $50,000.
Fabletics
Fabletics
Fabletics will donate 100% of its net profits from the children’s clothing collection, up to $50,000, through May 31, 2021 to Blessings in a Backpack.
KKW Fragrance
KKW Fragrance
KKW Fragrance donated 20% of its profits through in spring 2020 to Blessings in a Backpack.

Partner With Us!

Thank you for your interest in becoming an official cause-marketing partner of Blessings in a Backpack!

We look forward to learning about your business and how we can work together to benefit your brand while raising money to help provide food for children in America who might otherwise go hungry. Fill out the form below to get started, and someone from the Blessings team will be in touch soon.

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