Gifts That Give Back

  1. Hooray for the Underdog – Start your season off right by sending a holiday greeting to your friends and family. These fun cards celebrate rescue dogs and 5% of all proceeds go to help shelter dogs find their forever homes. See More
  2. Bombas Socks – Did you know socks are the most requested item from homeless shelters? When the creators of Bombas heard this they knew they had to help. For every pair of socks purchased Bombas donates a pair to a person in need! See More
  3. Cuddle and Kind – For each ethically produced, handknit doll that is sold, ten meals are given to child in need. The founders of Cuddle and Kind have the goal to serve 1 million meals each year. See More
  4. BeeLove Skin Products – An all natural line of raw honey and honey-infused body care products that are produced by men and women who have returned home from incarceration. This offers them a chance to gain meaningful employment and learn a marketable skill. See More
  5. To the Market – To the Market promotes and sells handmade goods crafted by survivors of abuse, conflict and disease from all around the world. See More
  6. Bloom and Give – Bloom and Give is a producer of beautiful and unique textiles including totes, scarves, quilts and much more. They also are champion for girls education. 50% of their profits go to programs that help send girls in developing countries to school. See More
  7. The Starling Candle Project – The Startling Candle Project creates hand poured candles with intriguing scents such as orange flower + amber. All the profits outside of production costs are donated to UNICEF to help provide solar energy to communities all around the world. See More
  8. Love Your Melon – Love Your Melon is an apparel brand dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer in America as well as supporting nonprofit organizations who lead the fight against pediatric cancer. See More
  9. S’Well Water Bottles – S’Well creates stylish and durable BPA-Free reusable water bottles. Not only are they eco-friendly, but S’Well also partners with UNICEF and supports clean water initiatives in Madagascar, a country where 50% of the people lack access to clean water. See More
  10. The Elephant Pants – Elephant Pants is an eco-friendly clothing company that was created to help save the elephants. 10% of their profits go help protect these gentle giants from poachers as well as habitat preservation. See More