Underwear brand supporting Charity Navigator Four Star charities

Marc Skid, an eco-friendly underwear brand with a passion for bettering the world, has launched its organic cotton underwear, teaming up with nine top-rated Charity Navigator charities that support the brand’s mantra to feed, save and cure the world.
The e-commerce only underwear brand is owned by Dan Barry, a St. Louis native and prior 25-year Anheuser Busch sales and marketing executive. He is the son of Joan and Phil Barry of Oakville, both former state representatives.
The organic pima cotton underwear is offered in both men and women’s styles in four colors — blue, green, red and white. Each color supports a branch of the company’s platform — green underwear funds feeding the world, blue supports saving the world, red supports charities that cure the world and white gives customers the option to choose any affiliated charity.
Marc Skid donates $4 from each purchase to one of nine Charity Navigator Four Star charity partners of the customer’s choice, including Action Against Hunger, Amazon Conservation Association, Carbon Fund, Catholic Medical Mission Board, Concern Foundation, feedONE, Project C.U.R.E., The Hunger Project and Water.org.
“When surveying Marc Skid’s target audience, we found that people value choice when it comes to giving back,” Dan Barry stated in a news release. “By allowing our customers the option of donating to one of nine charities, our brand is allowing people to personally connect with a cause and have more say in where their money goes.”
For more information, visit www.marcskid.com.