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Gifts that Give Back

Give a gift that makes a difference in this world. It’s the perfect thing for the minimalist or for that special someone who has it all. From keeping families at the border together, to providing meals and glasses for children in need, these gifts are designed to make a big impact.

Coloring Without Borders ~ $24.95

This coloring book is a collaborative effort of artists from around the world to help children separated from their families at the border exercise their imagination. All proceeds from the coloring book go directly to Families Belong Together.

African Rhino Calf Adoption Kit ~ $55

African Black rhinos are classified as “critically endangered,” and white rhinos are classified as “near threatened.” Do your part to save the species by gifting an adoption (see other species). The WWF funds conservation efforts in more than 100 countries worldwide.

cuddle + kind Doll ~ $55

The purchase of one cuddle + kind doll, like Lucas the Lama, provides 10 meals meals to children in North America and around the world. And even better: each doll is hand made in Peru using sustainable and fair trade practices.

Buy a Pair, Give a Pair Glasses ~ $95

Form, function and giving back — Warby Parker’s endlessly stylish eye glass frames do more than make you look cool. They give the gift of clear vision to someone in need. Since Warby Parker was created, more than 5 million glasses have been distributed.

Men’s Merino Wool Socks ~ $78

Bombas donates a pair of socks for every pair purchased. We’re huge fans of the company and their cushy footwear, but this season, the high end merino wool socks are our faves.

Charity Pot ~ $27.95

Every penny from this luxurious tub of Lush lotion — minus taxes, of course — goes to grassroots efforts in human rights, animal protection and environmental justice.

One Hope Brut Sparkling Wine ~ $29

The perfect host gift and conversation starter. This sparkling bottle of sparkling wine helps ease the pain of childhood hunger by donating meals to children facing food insecurity.

Striped Market Basket ~ $49

Handwoven by artisans in Ghana, these beautiful market baskets provide a fair wage to the men and women who put time and work into them.

This concludes our 2019 gift guide. Hope you found everything on your holiday shopping list. Any other great gift ideas? Let us know in the comments below. Happy holidays, everyone!

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