Gifts that give back: round 2

Did you love the first part of our gifts that give back guide? Here’s round two! Have you found something fab that we forgot to mention? Leave a note in the comments, girlies…

 

Get to the heart of the matter

All of the net proceeds from this 16 oz. cranberry-scented shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath will go to the Joyful Hearts Foundation, which helps victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse.

the heart of the season shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath, $20, philosophy.com

 

Feed the hungry

There are a bunch of organizations that let you gift animals to struggling families in someone else’s name. Heifer International offers up these adorable starter flock of chicks. Once they’re grown, a hen can lay 200 eggs a year—plenty to feed starving bellies and sell at a local market.

Flock of chicks, $20, heifer.org

 

Save the children

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is striving to give sick kids and their families the gift of hope this holiday season. 100 percent of the net of all products sold in their online store go to funding research.

Juicy Couture Gumball Machine, $24,99, shop.stjude.org

 

Jumpstart new music

Whether you’re shopping for a music lover or an artist, this gift’s recipient will the whimsical, band-inspired pages of the hottest coloring books outside of the kindergarten crowd. Proceeds benefit the Yellow Bird Project, which supports new music artists.

Indie Rock Coloring Book, $9.95, amazon.com 

Bottle a brighter future

We can’t get enough of these soy candles with a distinctly vintage feel. Made from old Boylan Bottling Company glass soda bottles, they are crafted by inner-city and at-risk women as a part of the nonprofit Bright Endeavors.

Recycled Soda Bottle Soy Candle, $16, globalgirlfriend.com

by Brittany Taylor | 2/1/2016
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