Feel great about giving with these gifts that give back
DALLAS - For each purchase made, the proceeds from these products go to help make the world a better place.
Oliver the Bear & Good Deeds Book
Oliver the Bear
Oliver the teddy bear, a soft huggable plush, and the Good Deeds Day book make the perfect pair this holiday season. Oliver is the star of the story, which is all about doing good things for others and not expecting anything in return. 100% of the proceeds go to fund child medical grants for families in the U.S.
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Get high-quality, grass-fed, grain-finished beef, and premium free-range chicken delivered to your doorstep. Plus, your purchase will benefit others. Good Ranchers combats hunger in each city they travel to by setting up drop off bins to collect and donate non-perishable food items and they donate a portion of all proceeds to food bank partners. To date, they have been able to create 300,000 meals to feed impoverished families.
Buy It: www.goodranchers.com
Madi manufactures every one of their garments in the United States with the goals of sustaining and creating new US manufacturing jobs, ensuring fair wages and fair labor. The company gives back to domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, rape clinics and disaster relief. To date they have donated underwear to more than 8,000 in 40 organizations in eight countries.
Buy It: www.madiapparel.com
Great design meets artisan craftsmanship. Melange Collection supports small workshops around the globe that help promote sustainable income, environmental awareness and greater economic equality. They pay fair prices in the local context, offer fair credit terms and prompt payment, promote safe and healthy workplaces and respect cultural diversity.
Buy It: www.melangecollection.com
Just Bagels started in 1992, as a small retail bagel store in the Bronx. After becoming a local favorite, the company expanded to Barnes & Noble cafés, Whole Foods Markets, Marriott and Hilton properties and can be found on airlines, college campuses and other locations across the United States, Europe, the Middle East, China and more. They match every order placed by making a bagel donation to City Harvest New York City’s largest food rescue organization, helping to feed the more than 1.5 million New Yorkers.
Buy It: justbagels.com
This Belongs To
This Belongs To
Founded by Fort Worth-native Courtney Acuna, This Belongs To ____ offers gorgeous high-end travel pieces and donates a large duffle bag to a child in foster care via National Angels Foster Care for every weekender bag sold. Other merchandise ranges from hoodies and crops to the flagship leather or canvas weekender, which can hold more than 10 outfits, two to three pairs of shoes, a laptop, and slips easily over a suitcase thanks to a convenient double zipper.
Buy It: thisbelongsto.shop
Pavé the Way Jewelry
Pave the Way Jewelry
Pavé the Way Jewelry allows customers to direct 100% of profit to the charity of their choice. Select from more than 200 designs ranging from $85 to $895 including necklaces, bracelets, rings, cuffs and more. So far, the organization has given to more than 1,000 non-profit organizations addressing education, medical research, social services, the arts, human rights issues and more. All materials are conflict free and sourced to respect workers and the planet.
Buy It: ptwjewelry.com
Trades Of Hope
It's a mom and daughter that's behind the team at Trades of Hope – the company built for the sake of empowering women in the hope of eliminating poverty and trafficking while creating job opportunities. The result is access to gorgeous artisanal crafts, clothes, jewelry and more! Each sale keeps children out of orphanages and helps women to be self-supporting.
Buy It: tradesofhope.com/AllisonRosenberg
The women who create these beautiful pieces are given the opportunity to knit from home while they care for their families or join a knitting circle with others. Select from gorgeous hats, headbands, apparel and gifts. All work is hand done with virtually no carbon footprint.
Buy It: www.frenchknot.com