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Gifts that Give Back by Jennifer Tyler Lee

by Jennifer Tyler Lee, posted to Gifts

Spread joy and love this season by giving gifts that give back to a good cause. Give knowing that your gift is helping others, which is one of the best gifts of all.

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Live Your Love Tea

Suggested by Jasmine

Live Your Love is launching a 30 day campaign (starting Black Tea Friday) to give $10,000 to start building a much needed medical clinic in Sri Lanka where their tea is sourced. This is a simple, affordable, great gift that makes a HUGE difference.

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Valentine's Gifts That Give Back

This Valentine's Day, proclaim your love for that special someone --...more

Suggested by Jackie

There are a lot of awesome companies out there that give back with purchases and this is a great list with some gift ideas that are great to give this Valentine's Day.

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Giving Back at Bale and Twine

Great handmade gifts that give back....more

Suggested by Bale and Twine

Part of the many dreams in forming Bale & Twine was to find ways to give back and share in our good fortune. Today we start by selecting a different charity/organization each month to donate to. A percentage of your purchase will go towards this goal. Thanks for making our dream become reality.

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sweater scarves made by Green 3 Apparel

Suggested by Julie Leschke

Beautiful multicolored one of a kind scarves made from scarf sleeves reclaimed by Goodwill and sewn by disabled /disadvantaged workers at Aspiro in Green Bay , WI. Helping to support local American jobs!

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Prosperity Candle

Suggested by lynnPC

Each candle is handmade by a women entrepreneur whose life has been affected by conflict. We have partnered with Amnesty International, Partners In Health, Divine Chocolate, Numi Tea, and others to create wonderful gift baskets that give back many times over!

Suggested by Victoria Cruz

Gifts that give back 20% to the charity of your choice! Charitable giving through is built in every time you shop with us. Shop with a Social Impact! You shop, we donate!

Jackie: This is very cool! I will definitely be checking this site out more :)

Victoria Cruz: Thank you Jackie! It's a great feeling knowing that what you would normally do, which is shop, is actually helping a worthy cause. Spread the love!

Jackie: Definitely! I am all about that buying concept :)

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One Click Can Give the Gift of a Great Future

For every "like" Associa receives on its facebook page, the company...more

Suggested by Carol

Giving to others is what it's all about. That's where true fulfillment comes from. One click can make a difference.

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Socially-Conscious Gift Guide

Suggested by Lusso Bags

Jackie Sandoval suggested I list here :) -Emily

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Crunch a Color - Help Build School Gardens

Crunch a Color™ is the award-winning game that gets kids to eat...more

Enjoy the gift of fun, healthy family dinners and give back to help build school gardens.

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Stella and Dot Foundation Bracelet - Support After-school Programs

Adorable and stylish, each Stella and Dot Foundation Bracelet purchase supports Girls, Inc., an after-school program for girls in at-risk communities.

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Toms Shoes - Give Shoes to a Child in Need

One for one. For each pair you purchase, Toms will send a pair to a child in need.

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Kallie Dovel, traveled to Uganda in the summer of 2007. While she was...more

Suggested by Eden Godsoe

I am loving these bracelets made by Ugandan women using recycled paper beads. A great present for your mom, sister or any of the women in your family.

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Suggested by Eden Godsoe

Glassbybaby's beautiful handblown cups are great for holding wine, a fresh bloom, or a flickering votive. The company’s goodwill policy has already donated more than half a million dollars to charities that benefit “health, healing, and quality of life” including Gilda’s Club, American Red Cross, and Humane Society.

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