With the winter holidays right around the corner, we’re carefully putting together lists of gifts for every person in your life. Whether you’re looking to gift a new piece of tech, a sleek pair of sunglasses, or a warm sweater, there are plenty of options for gifts that also benefit sustainable and responsible charities. Follow our guide of gifts for a good cause that keeps on giving.
One Hope Winery Gift Box
If you’re looking to gift a complete culinary experience, consider a gift box from One Hope Winery. Their gift box includes a bottle of red wine, Potter’s Rosemary Thyme Crisps, Dalmatia fig spread, Clif Family dukkah dipping spice, salami, and swiss cheese. And every gift box helps fund ABA therapy for children with autism.
A Gift Box can be purchased through One Hope Wine, and retails for $69.
Water Bottle from MiiR
If you’re still relying on plastic water bottles, consider a stainless-steel water bottle from Miir. You’ll save a boatload of plastic, and MiiR donates a portion of all their profits to charities supplying clean water for people in need.
A 20oz bottle can be purchased from MiiR and retails for $18.
Headphones from (Red)
If the do-gooder in your life also happens to be a music-lover, then consider getting them a pair of (Red)Beats Solo headphones. All proceeds from (Red) products go towards live-saving HIV/AIDS treatments.
A pair of Solo3 Beats headphones can be purchased from (Red), and retail for $300.
Sseko iPad Case
This case from Sseko is handcrafted with premium leather, and includes a snap button, to secure your tablet or e-reader. And you can get into the holiday spirit of giving knowing that all Sseko products help pay for college tuition for women in Uganda.
An iPad case can be purchased through Sseko, and retails for $50.
Voyager Tote from Feed Projects
If you’re shopping for someone who could use a sleek carry-all option, consider gifting them the Voyager tote from Feed Projects. Not only will the bag help your recipient in their future travels, it will also provide 35 meals for kids in developing nations.
The Voyager Tote can be purchased through Feed Projects, and retails for $58.
A Pair of Sunglasses from Toms
For a stylish purchase that will also do some good, consider gifting someone a pair of sunglasses from Toms. All Toms products have a one-for-one giving component, and for every pair of sunglasses that you purchase from Toms, they’ll donate a pair of reading glasses.
The Barron Vintage Crystal Sunglasses can be purchased from Toms, and retail for $150.
Wood SI Case from Evutec
This bamboo case from Evutec not only looks good, it’s also good for the environment. Evutec reduces their environmental impact by planting a tree for every wood case that they manufacture, so you can rest easy knowing that your holiday gift went to a good cause.
The Wood SI Bamboo Case can be purchased from Evutec, and retails for $40.