Giveback is a cornerstone of Lemonade’s business model. As a Certified B Corp and Public Benefit Corporation, our commitment to worthy causes is hardwired in our DNA.

When new renters, homeowners, car, and pet insurance customers sign up with Lemonade, they’re asked to select a charitable cause to support with leftover money from any unused premiums. (Find out more details here.)

In 2022, our Lemonade policyholders made it possible to donate over $1,873,588 around the world. We couldn’t be prouder.

Scroll down to see where over $1.8 million worth of donations from our Lemonade community went!

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Animal rights
Environmental groups
Civil rights
Global poverty
Mental health support


  • SPCAI: $115,606 to provide food, care, and shelter to animals across the globe.
  • Friends Of Animals: $7,679 to fund a Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project.
  • Paws: $675 to help protect bald eagles.
  • The Humane Society: $4,124 to help end suffering for all animals.


  • Alliance For The Great Lakes: $53,372 to remove litter from beaches.
  • American Forests: $57,835 to plant trees in the mountain forests of Michoacán, Mexico.
  • Coalition For Rainforest Nations: $5,127 to avert CO2 emissions.
  • Earthday.Org: $2,397 to plant trees in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere, a declared UNESCO site.
  • San Bruno Mountain Watch: $63,941 to support an Environmental Justice Fund and ecological restoration projects.
  • Charity:Water: $134,909 to support water projects that provide clean and safe drinking water to people in Mali.
  • One Earth – One Ocean: $2,696 to clear plastic from oceans worldwide. 
  • The Ocean Agency: $45,791 to assist teachers with ocean education resources.
  • 350.Org: $118,443 to support the fight for climate justice. 
  • Save The Bay: $703 to educate Bay Area youth about environmental equity. 
  • Trees for All: $1,152 to help improve biodiversity by planting trees in a ‘food forest’ near Amsterdam. 
  • The Plastic Soup Foundation: $2,514 to educate children about fighting plastic pollution. 
  • Ozeankind: $1,325 to educate primary school children in Zanzibar about environmental issues. 
  • Surfrider Europe: $2,256 to support coastal areas in Spain.


  • A21: $65,887 to help combat human trafficking via a 24/7 confidential helpline in Bulgaria and Greece. 
  • ACLU: $75,320 to support the Reproductive Freedom Project and the Anti-Racism Project. 
  • March For Our Lives: $54,522 to register people to vote before the 2022 midterm elections.
  • Thorn: $60,613 to protect kids from child trafficking and online abuse. 
  • Together We Rise: $3,642 to supply foster kids with new duffle bags, hygiene kits, and toys. 
  • Emma’s Torch: $10,746 to train refugee chefs in culinary skills.
  • Reporter ohne Grenzen: $1,601 for 3 journalists’ medical fees.


  • Citymeals On Wheels: $32,522 to send meals to homebound elderly New Yorkers in need. 
  • Habitat For Humanity: $8,122 to provide  safe housing in underserved U.S. communities.
  • WIN: $26,324 to provide STEM programming and college and career resources to homeless NYC youth.
  • The Tafel: $518 to provide meals to people in need.
  • Feeding America: $10,757  to support local food banks throughout the U.S.
  • Robin Hood: $1,581 to supply meals in food banks across New York.
  • Care: $2,457 to provide nutritious meals to vulnerable school children in Somalia.
  • New Story: $22,144 to build homes for individuals living in extreme poverty in El Salvador.
  • World Vision: $902 to supply midwives with training and equipment.
  • Les Restos Du Coeur: $16,537 to provide meals to people in need throughout France. 
  • Pencils Of Promise: $16,560 to teach WASH workshops to students in Ghana, Guatemala, and Laos.


  • Breast Cancer Research Foundation: $17,879 to support promising breast cancer research. 
  • Cure Childhood Cancer: $68,812 to provide children with cancer treatment.
  • Direct Relief: $133,955 to provide emergency medical backpacks to Ukrainian refugees.
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation: $40,014 to administer mammograms.
  • The American Heart Association: $10,828 to train new moms in CPR.
  • American Red Cross: $74,901 to test blood donors for Sickle Cell disease. 
  • Cycle For Survival: $12,599 to support a rare cancer trial at  Memorial Sloan Kettering.
  • Unicef: $20,332 to send emergency water, sanitation, and hygiene kits to displaced children from Ukraine.


  • City Year: $47,036 to mentor students in systemically under-resourced schools.
  • Teach For America: $32,618 to sponsor teachers in high-need communities across the U.S. 
  • Best Buddies: $5,221 to train individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in public speaking and self-advocacy. 
  • Youth Speaks:  $30,123 to provide stipends for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and Pacific Islander youth and adult storytellers. 
  • Code To Inspire: $27,000 to give free coding courses to girls in Herat, Afghanistan.
  • Malala Fund: $23,174 to support vulnerable girls enrolled in schools across the Sidama region of Ethiopia.


  • The Ali Forney Center: $51,000  to provide housing in a trans-identifying safe home. 
  •  The Trevor Project: $100,727 to give lifesaving mental health services to LGBTQ+ youth.
  • LSVD: $1,512 to provide overnight accommodations to members of the LGBTQ+ community in D.R. Congo.
  • En Avant Toute(s): $1,410 to support LGBTQ+ victims of abuse.


  • The Objective Zero Foundation: $36,692 to provide mental health support to veterans.
  • To Write Love On Her Arms: $25,873 to provide  access to support counseling for those who’ve never had the opportunity. 
  • Gurls Talk: $5,067 to provide free and accessible mental health resources to young women and adolescent girls.
  • NYSPCC: $72,351 to grant children recovering from physical abuse a full year of weekly therapy. 
  • NAMI: $3,164 to support those navigating a mental health crisis via HelpLine.

…for a grand total of $1,873,588 donated to 59 nonprofits around the world.

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