Ready to take your holiday shopping to the next level? Choose gifts that give back. We’ve compiled this guide packed with ultra-stylish picks from brands with a humanitarian bent. Funding ever-worthwhile causes from cancer research to job training to education for women and children, they’ve all got empowerment at heart. Get inspired to spread that holiday cheer even farther this year. Discover even more glamorous gifts, right this way.
Seven percent of profits from these limited-edition Rag and Bone jeans go to Penn Medicine's Basser Center, where groundbreaking research on BRCA-related cancers is facilitated.
For every piece of jewelry purchased, AUrate sends a book to a child from a disadvantaged household.
Choose a gift from Neiman Marcus’s Love to Give Collection—like this cheerful, sleek water bottle—and 10 percent of proceeds benefit the Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation, supporting youth arts education in the U.S.
By giving a gift from the Save the Children catalog, such as this cozy scarf, you're contributing to the charity. Or you can choose to educate a girl in the name of a friend by making a $75 donation that's earmarked for school access and books.
The Tory Burch Foundation helps empower female entrepreneurs through education, mentorship and loans. This Seed Box contains products made by women, and 100 percent of proceeds go to the organization.
Gift one of these gorgeous handcrafted beaded bags and you'll help buy school supplies for underserved children in Guatemala.
Pura Vida bracelets are handmade in Costa Rica, and purchases help more than 175 charity partners. By choosing this particular style, you'll donate $2 to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
LSTN makes vintage-inspired headphones, earbuds and speakers. For every item you buy, proceeds help purchase hearing aids through the Starkey Hearing Foundation.
This necklace is a collaboration between Dogeared and Penh Lenh, a Cambodian-based social enterprise that provides women the opportunity for healthy, uplifting lives through emotional and professional development.
This clothing line supports a one-for-one program. For every Faircloth Supply item sold, the brand donates a school uniform to a child in Nepal.
Kiehl’s is donating 100 percent of its net profit from this limited-edition set toward 1 million meals for families in need this holiday season through Feeding America.
With every TOMS eyewear purchase, you're providing needed eye care such as prescription glasses, sight-saving surgery and medical treatments.
Sevenly will donate proceeds from this bag, filled with T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, etc. (3 items per order), to its Cause of the Week.
Mophie partnered with RED to create a special-edition phone case. Five percent of profits go to the Global Fund, dedicated to fighting AIDS.
Global Goods Partners, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting social justice, sells products like this indigo-dyed journal, handmade by women in the Global South (in this case, India).
Every FEED bag sold will provide two children in Kenya meals for an entire year.
This children's apparel brand utilizes the one-for-one concept. For every item purchased, another is donated to a mother or child in need, particularly in Kenya and Haiti.
Every bottle of this sparkler purchased from ONEHOPE funds 15 meals for a child in need.