Gifts That Give Back

It’s the holiday season, and while most of us look forward to receiving gifts, nothing compares to the feeling of GIVING one. Check out these Gifts That Give Back. They aren’t just gorgeous, they also give a portion of their sales and bring awareness to a cause.

Limited Edition Elephant Jewelry Collection from Ann Taylor
This beautiful elephant ring is $39.50, the bangles and the gold elephant pendant are $49.50, and the white elephant pendant sells for $59.50. The best part is that 50 percent of the proceeds go to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. It doesn’t get much better than that! 

End Bracelet from Same Sky
All of Same Sky’s jewelry is handmade by talented women in Rwanda and Jersey City. This empowers women who survived the Rwandan genocide by giving them a second chance. It sells for $45 and raises awareness for the United Nations Women’s efforts to prevent, protect, educate, and eradicate gender-based violence. That’s a win-win! 

Papinee Gift Box 
This gift box comes with a children’s book and a stuffed animal for $68-$88. When you buy a box, the company hires a storyteller with the same book and bear to read to underprivileged kids and kids in hospitals. This turns on their imaginations, motivating them to be thoughtful dynamic thinkers! How cool is that?!

Kisstletoe Pendant Necklace 
This necklace is made with REAL mistletoe inside! Wear it around your neck and you are in control of your Under the Kisstletoe kiss. It’s all about girl power which is why Kisstletoe gives back to the Malala Fund, which helps girls complete 12 years of safe, quality education! This sells for $24.99!

If you’d like to purchase any of these Gifts That Give Back, just click the links above!


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