Started by a dude who worked at a DC think tank until he thought "Man, working at this think tank really sucks", Aframes sells sick shades, then uses some of the earnings to fight the leading cause of childhood blindness worldwide:
self-pleasuring Vitamin A deficiency.
Partnering with Helen Keller International, the company names each of their acetate/riveted hinged styles for the country where aid is sent upon their sale, including:
Mozambique: This modern, edgy take on the classic Wayfarer is compared to a scenario in which "your mom baked an apple pie and threw some curry sauce in it", but, you know, not gross.
Senegal: Sporting a more conservative horn-rimmed look, the Senegal "is the dude at the party who talks comics with you one minute, and steals your girl the next." Goddammit, Dad!
Bangladesh: This double-bridged joint comes in tortoise shell hues from caramel to honey, and "is the Eddie Haskell of shades... everybody loves them, including your mom... but they always have a little something extra up their sleeve". Wear these, and maybe your dad won't keep stealing your Beaver.
Each pair also links to further info on the work HKI does in said country, the kind of philanthropic efforts you might think up, if not for the fact that you're constantly tanked.