5 Amazing Do-Good Products You'll Actually Want From Target's New Partnership With FEED Projects

Target's newest product partnership isn't with a fancy luxury runway designer or an iconic textiles brand. The superstore retailer has teamed up with FEED Projects—Lauren Bush Lauren's organization that's dedicated itself, from the get-go, to helping people, especially women and children, around the world. And: FEED Projects is one of our personal favorite charities.

"As the founder of FEED, I am passionate about the fight against hunger and am thrilled to partner with Target to create our first-ever co-branded lifestyle collectionn," Bush Lauren said. "Through product sales, we hope to provide 10 million meals to Americans in need, which would make it the the largest US initiative in FEED's history."

The limited-edition FEED Projects x Target collaboration will feature more than 50 products—each clearly marked to show how many meals a customer is providing the needy through their purchase. Yes, believe it or not, you can shop at Target for stuff you need (and the FEED Projects goodies are so cute, it'll also be stuff you want) and be able to help someone else in need.

The FEED Projects x Target products will be available in stores and online at Target.com beginning June 30th. Here are our personal five favorite pieces from the collection.

This bicycle, above, will be priced at $400 and will provide 320 meals to Americans in need. This cool burlap tote—which is sort of a signature FEED Projects item—will be priced at $35 and will provide 28 meals to Americans in need.

These pretty—perfect for the summer, super-giftable—water bottles will be priced at $13 each and each will provide 10 meals to an American in need:

This set of charm bracelets will be priced at $15 and will provide 12 meals for Americans in need:

And these iPhone 5 cases will be priced at $25 each and will each provide 20 meals for Americans in need:
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