Because doing good feels great, here are some of the ways we’re working hard to make Madewell more sustainable wherever we can.
Blue Jeans Go Green™
—Habitat for Humanity
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Blue Jeans Go Green to recycle your worn-out denim into housing insulation for organizations like Habitat for Humanity. Fun fact: They’ve used it to build homes in places like New Orleans, Charleston and Los Angeles.Find a Store Near You
Operating in 400 cities across the U.S., this org boosts the confidence of young women ages 6–18 years old through after-school programs, mentorship opportunities and leadership training. Cool bonus: It also advocates for pro-girl policies in government, taking the concerns of the kids right to the top.Shop For A Cause
Human Rights Campaign
Founded in 1980, HRC is America’s largest civil rights organization working to ensure LGBTQ people are safe, equal and free in every community (it represents three million members nationwide). Instrumental in the fight for marriage equality, it continues to advocate for fairness everywhere.Shop For A Cause
Operating in 26 countries, charity: water is on a mission to provide clean drinking water to the 663 million people without it. Its projects transform communities—freed from the burden of finding water, children can attend school, adults have more time for work and family and everyone is a whole lot healthier.Shop For A Cause