We love giving back. That is why at Feel Good Undies we will donate a pair of underwear to a featured homeless shelter with each of your purchases. Did you know that underwear is the least donated item and is the most needed? Homelessness is not pretty, but we are here to change that! Let’s face it, who wants to give their underwear to charity? Not me! Well, through my time volunteering in shelters I have discovered the shortage of undies from coast to coast. You see, I am a Cancer survivor who wants to help make a change in people's lives. I am very lucky with wonderful people in my life. But that’s not always the case for some. Everyone should have the ability to have basic needs met and a little dignity in their lives.
Our goal is to give away undies to every shelter across the nation. And with your help Feel Good Undies can arrive with a truck full of well-needed undies to homeless shelters. We want to make donating a win-win for everyone, because giving back should make you smile and simply feel good. Quality and Charity are always our priority and you will fall in love with our undies immediately. They are made with only the finest quality materials that will make you smile each time you wear them. Made with the softest Micro Modal Fabric and engineered with our no roll waist band will keep you feeling super comfy.
"CV Rescue Mission welcomes hundreds of new people every week, they own what they are wearing, nothing else. They come in to shower and are given clean, yet used clothing. Still they are grateful. New underwear is a wonderful and unexpected gift for our residents. Help us to help them, a first step is restoring self-respect.”
Darla Burkett Coachella Valley Rescue Mission
"Shelter Partnership serves thousands of individuals and families who are homeless every year. A family who is trying to get back on their feet most often does not have enough money for food and shelter let alone undergarments. By purchasing a pair of underwear from Feel Good Undies you will be providing a pair to a person who is homeless in Los Angeles County."