Shopping with Good Companies is a win-win.

Companies

We are an independently curated consumer guide to “more-than-profit” brands that strive to make both outstanding products and a profit, while also giving back to the global community.

Check out all the good companies

Stories

Our Stories bring you news and statistics to put all this information in context – and help you use it when and as you like.

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Why Use Good Companies?

We make it easy to make a difference.

A registered not-for-profit, we feature companies that embrace at least one of these business models:

Who is Good Companies?

We’re a team dedicated to shopping with a purpose.
  • “Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve” by Jared Fries (February 2018)

    “Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve” by Jared Fries (February 2018)

  • "Winter Scene” by Kate Pugsley (December 2017)

  • Inaugural Illustration by Kate Pugsley (November 2017)

    Inaugural Illustration by Kate Pugsley (November 2017)

Drawing on her experience in investment banking, magazine journalism, and public service, our Founder and CEO Catie Marron created Good Companies to connect consumers with companies that prioritize doing good alongside doing well. She is Chairman of the High Line board, Chairman Emeritus and a trustee of The New York Public Library, a contributing editor to Vogue, co-founder with Nordstrom of a pop-up store where all profits went to good causes, and the author of two books on open space.

Good Companies is a team effort. Hanna Lamb, our Chief External Relations Officer, wears many hats in support of our mission, including researching and working directly with all Good Companies. The whole Good Companies team has put its all into developing and growing this site, and we are deeply grateful for the support and contributions of the many collaborators, friends, and family members that have provided the inspiration to bring Good Companies’ mission to life.

What is B Corp Certification?

We’re honored to have an alliance with B Lab, the nonprofit behind the B Corp movement, which sets the standards for businesses with a verified commitment to inclusive, sustainable, and transparent business practices.

When you see this mark on a company’s detail page, it means that company has met the requirements B Lab has set forth to earn certification. In doing so, B Corp aims to be to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee or USDA Organic certification is to milk.

Learn more about B Corporations at bcorporation.net.

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