11 Chic Gifts That Give Back

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While Black Friday and Cyber Monday were dedicated days of indulgence, it’s time to turn the tables and consider the people in need. On this Giving Tuesday opt to do your holiday shopping for the benefit of others by choosing pieces that support and help provide resources for the underprivileged. From a cozy striped blanket to one-of-a-kind jewelry, browse through our guide for the best charitable gifts you’ll feel good about giving.

Charitable Gifts

A portion of proceeds from Splendid's capsule collection with Oh Joy! is donated back to Baby2Baby helping provide daily essentials for low-income children in need. The collection consists of Sherpa lined blankets and the coziest loungewear perfect for anyone on your list!

Fifty percent of profit is donated to Love Your Melon's partners in funding research and family support for pediatric cancer patients.

One percent of gross revenue goes to The Thirst Project to provide clean drinking water to local communities.

Profits from Anita Ko's limited-edition pink and blue sapphire earrings benefits Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

For every piece of AUrate jewelry sold, a book is donated to an underprivileged child through the brand's partnership with Mastery Charter Schools.

Purchase of Stone & Cloth bags helps provide scholarships for students in under-served countries through The Knock Foundation.

The Giving Keys allow you to customize repurposed keys—made in downtown LA by those transitioning from homelessness— with encouraging words to give to your loved one and someone in need.

Each Starling candle purchased helps create solar power systems in developing countries such as Chad.

For every eyewear sold, TOMS will help those in need with services such as surgery, prescription and treatment to restore sight.

Total profits from this adorable kids sweater will be donated to Room to Read to promote literacy and gender equality.

Proceeds from these limited edition lenses created with artist Michael Brunswick will be donated to Arts for LA.