When you give your friend a celebrity-approved red lipstick or a sold-out basket bag you spotted way back when on Reformation, they probably won't guess they're on the receiving end of gifts that give back. But since you'll be spending money during the holiday gifting season — sometimes, a lot of money — there are stores to shop that are donating 100 percent of proceeds to nonprofits and charity organizations. Yes, not a portion of proceeds, not 10 percent: the whole shebang.
What do Reformation, Anthropologie, and goop have in common? Other than dreamy clothing, each have stocked Indego Africa's basket bags and goods. And while the bags are sold out on Reformation's site (woven bags don't last long there), you can still pick them up on Indego Africa's own website. Though the bags are structural beauties on their own, woven from natural fibers by African artisans, 100 percent of each sale's proceeds are donated back to the education of the artisans Indego Africa works with.
When actress Selenis Leyva mentioned to Us Weekly she carries The Lipstick Lobby's lip balm in her bag, you may've wondered in passing who the brand was. Then when Laura Dern and Courteney Cox posed with the tubes, you probably had to have it. Combining two things the Internet loves — positive change and makeup — The Lipstick Lobby donates proceeds from its makeup products to nonprofits like the unPrison Project and the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
It was cool to care in 2018. This year saw 34 percent more Pinterest users searching for "sustainable fashion", Olivela ushering in philanthropic luxury retail, and the Spice Girls announcing a reunion tour with a charity T-shirt thats proceeds went to a gender justice campaign. Though the #IWannabeASpiceGirl shirt is sold out, continue scrolling for 11 gift ideas that give back 100 percent to charity.
Handcrafted from elephant swamp grass, this on-trend design is a traditional Ghanaian craft. Indego Africa gives all proceeds from its stylish bags and home goods to education programs for its female artisans and their community's youth.
100 percent of the proceeds of each jacket sold go to Unchained At Last, an organization that works to end forced and child marriages in America.
Plated in 14k gold, these drop earrings are handcrafted by survivors of human trafficking. 100 percent of proceeds are donated to International Sanctuary, as well, a nonprofit working to stop trafficking, and provide rehabilitative services to survivors.
Connecting Ugandan and Texas women, all of Akola Jewelry proceeds are reinvested in the nonprofit's mission to provide job opportunities to impoverished women.
A pot of Lush lotion is probably on your friend's wish list, so grab them the Charity Pot — all proceeds are donated to environmental conservation, animal welfare, and human rights organizations.
All the money spent on these stylish frames will go to Warby Parker's Pupils Project, which provides eye exams and glasses to schoolchildren in need.
Formulated for a matte finish with moisturizing vitamins, all net profits from this bold red lipstick are donated to the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
Designer James Perse created this long-sleeved graphic tee to raise money for those affected by the Woolsey Fire. 100 percent of proceeds will be donated to nonprofits like the California Fire Foundation and Direct Relief.
Khiel's is donating 100 percent of net profits from this set to the nonprofit and food bank network Feeding America. One purchase of this set alone donates 408 meals.
100 percent of the proceeds from this ring are donated to the Trevor Project, a not-for-profit LGBT youth crisis intervention service and organization.