Stylish Holiday Gifts That Give Back
Traditionally a time to help others, the holidays offer an ideal opportunity to reach out to those in need. That's why we love these gifts that give back.
Several of the brands we’ve noted here have teamed up with charities to match products purchased or donate a portion of their proceeds. Not only will these fabulous picks make the person on your shopping list happy, you'll also be doing a good deed!
Toms Evie Bootie
These sleek boots look great but more importantly, through your purchase TOMS helps provide shoes, sight, water, safe birth, and bullying prevention services to people in need.
Downtown Kane Backpack
The company’s Give Back Pack program runs a buy-one, give-one model. For every Kane bag sold, STATE will give a backpack (pre-loaded with important supplies) to a child in need.
The Little Market Candle
Lauren Conrad and her pal Hannah Skvarla's fair trade shop The Little Market -- where customers can purchase beautiful products handmade by artisans around the world -- offers a wealth of gifts that give back. Our favorite: This Happy Holidays candle that comes in 40 different scents and can be personalized. Each purchase empowers female refugees at Prosperity Candle in the United States.
Kiehl's Smooth Skin Delights
This trio of hand cream relieves dry skin and 100% of the net profits from the sale of this set benefit Feeding America.
Pottery Barn Love Is Love Mug Set
La Mer's The Breast Cancer Campaign Cleansing Micellar Water
La Mer will donate 30% from the purchase price of this limited edition, travel-size Cleansing Micellar Water to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
St. Jude Pillow Cover
cuddle + kind Chloe the Bunny Stuffed Animal
Chantecaille Philanthropy Cheek Shade
Altruette's Initial Charm Necklace for Charity
For every 14k gold charm purchased, Altruette will donate a book to a child in need through Room to Read.
These chic notebooks are made in America using soft velvet and recycled paper. The best part? Public Supply donates 25 percent of the profits to public school art programs throughout the U.S.