Give Back Gift Guide | Stocking Stuffers | Gifts Under $25





WOOL CREW SOCK BY UNITED BY BLUE - $25

Socks made from recycled wool that are comfortable, breathable, stylish, and give back? Sounds perfect. For every product purchased, United by Blue removes one pound of trash from oceans and waterways. Purchases like these have allowed for a current total 3.5 million pounds of trash removed!


DARK CHOCOLATE WITH CRANBERRIES AND HAZELNUTS BY DIVINE CHOCOLATE - $5


Dark chocolate, cranberries, and crunchy hazelnuts come together in this fair trade chocolate bar that gives back. Each purchase empowers Divine Chocolate artisans and farmworkers of

Kuapa Kokoo in Ghana.



MINI SCRUNCHIE WITH BOW BY ELIZABETH'S VOICE - $4

This cute mini scrunchie is handmade in India and helps to fight poverty and injustices in the world with dignified jobs and education through the nonprofit organization Elizabeth's Voice.

NATIONAL PARK PLAYING CARDS BY PARKS PROJECT -$14

These playing cards featuring illustrations of the National Parks help to protect and enhance our parklands through the Parks Project.


LEATHER KEY FOB BY PROJECT FREE 2 FLY - $18

The perfect accessory to keep track of your keys made by a nonprofit organization that employs and empowers women from rehabilitation programs, acting as a bridge between recovery and sustainability. 

COCONUT SOAKING SALT BY THE LITTLE MARKET -$22

This luxurious coconut soaking salt is brought to you by The Little Market, a nonprofit fair trade shop empowering artisans around the world. Each purchase of these salts empowers young mothers from under-resourced communities in Chicago through the nonprofit social enterprise Bright Endeavors. Bright Endeavors offers a job training program that equips women with career tools, professional development, and the means to succeed in the workforce and in their homes and communities.



POM BEANIE BY COTOPAXI -$25

1% of revenue from the purchase of this sustainably made beanie goes to support the Cotopaxi Foundation, Cotopaxi's nonprofit that awards grants to carefully selected nonprofit partners who improve the human condition and alleviate poverty.


HEART STUD EARRINGS BY RESCUE HER - $24

These minimalist stud earrings are the perfect go-to for everyday wear. They are handmade by a survivor of human trafficking and support the anti-trafficking work of Rescue Her, a fantastic nonprofit organization local to Dallas-Fort Worth that empowers survivors of sex trafficking to live in freedom.


LOW SUGAR GUMMY BEARS BOX BY PROJECT 7 - $24

As a plant-based eater who is intolerant to sugar, I was delighted to find these low sugar, plant-based, give-back gummy bears! Project 7 was created with the vision of providing better-for-you sweet treats while also helping to fund critical areas of need, like hunger, clean drinking water, and shelter. Since then, they have completed over 15 million acts of kindness.



SHEA BUTTER CREAM BY TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES - $23

A useful gift with beautiful presentation, this shea butter cream is sourced locally by

fairly paid artisans in Accra, Ghana.


HAIR TIES BY HIGH POINT SUPPLY CO - $8

These hair ties provides 3 meals for a Ugandan child in need through the Amazima Ministry program. Choose from an assortment of colors and patterns to please anyone on your list.


GEORGIA PEACH ORGANIC LIP BALM BY KIND LIPS - $4

Put on your chapstick while reminding yourself to spread kindness around you with this organic lip balm from Kind Lips. 20% of each purchase is donated to anti-bullying and other

kindness-spreading organizations.



YOUTH FASHION FACE MASK BY BOXLUNCH - $13

Choose your child's favorite character to be featured on a face mask by BoxLunch, a for-profit social enterprise that provides a meal secured by Feeding America® on behalf of local member food banks for every $10 spent on their pop culture-themed products.

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