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Peepers (ABOVE)

With Focus lenses filtering out high-energy-visible blue light, the Limelight minimizes digital eye strain. Peepers works with the Unity Foundation to aid La Porte County, Indiana schools.

800-348-2508, peepers.com

$25

These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

Kuma

Inspired by an olive tree’s branches, the Olive features flat, mirrored lenses. For every pair of Kuma suns sold, a tree is planted by Trees for the Future.

866-241-6560, kumasunglasses.com

$35

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These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

141 Eyewear

Made with lightweight, temperature-resistant plastic developed for the aerospace industry, the Ultem collection includes the St. Helens. For every 141 frame sold, a pair of glasses goes to a person in need.

141eyewear.com

$249

These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

Fetch

Made from Mazzucchelli acetate, the Cameron features a soft striped effect. All profits support animal rescue.

(877) 274-0410, fetcheyewear.com

$145

These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

Toms

A handmade acetate frame with five-barrel hinges, the Fitzpatrick is part of the Unity Collection. TOMS is committed to supporting the LGBTQ+ community year-round by investing in organizations like the Los Angeles LGBT Center and Helen Keller International.

toms.com

$149.95

These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

Wojo

With real python skins on the outer temples, the RS4B is an acetate frame with a checkered pattern on the inner temples. Ten percent of sales go to the Florida Everglades to help manage invasive species.

(414) 379-9817, wojoeyewear.com

$99

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These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

Proof

Hand-crafted from sustainably sourced wood, the Ontario is polished by hand. For every sale, $10 goes to the Do Good program.

(208) 794-5465, iwantproof.com

$114

These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

Eyes of Faith

Created with radio personality Delilah, the Shelter is an acetate-metal combination frame with “…take refuge in the shelter of your wings” on the inside temple. With every purchase, $10 is donated to the non-profit Point Hope.

eofoptical.com

$265

These 9 Eyewear Brands Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is

Alan J

The Alan J Collection from Europa includes the AJ-146, a handcrafted acetate frame. A portion of sales is donated to the nonprofit organization Rising Tide, which assists struggling individuals and communities in building strong businesses.

(800) 621-4108, europaeye.com

$267

Rachel Bozek is a contributing writer for INVISION.

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