While shopping always provides a rush of warm and fuzzy endorphins, there are often nagging ethical concerns about where the product comes from, who makes it and under what conditions. That cute $5 sweater could have a human cost, and that can take away the elation of a great bargain. Toms Shoes operates on the belief that no one should be exploited in order for shoppers to get good quality merchandise for a great price. And their philosophy doesn't end there; for every shoe they sell, they give one pair away to a person in need. Now, after 45 million pairs of shoes donated, they have expanded their charity to include help the blind and provide access to clean water for millions around the world. Now that feels good.