To conclude our #SocialGood gift guide series, we’ve rounded up several stocking stuffers. Stockings are a great way to gift little treats and of course, necessities. With our final #SocialGood product round-up, each gift will also make an impact on another life. A bracelet that provides AIDS medication in Sub-Saharan Africa by Lokai or the bamboo toothbrush that gives a child in need a chance to flourish. Small or large, these gifts can make an impact–one life at a time.
Stocking Stuffers That Give Back Like Lokai
1. Tap is Terrific – Glass Water Bottle, $12
Faucet Face promotes tap water. They want people to choose tap water and to be proud of drinking tap. Making the switch from plastic bottles to glass bottles reduces waste, helps the environment and overall, provides better tasting water. Faucet Face donates 2.5% of sales from the Tap is Terrific, Hose Water and Hummingbird Feeder glass water bottles to Third Millennium Awakening (TMA). Additionally, when five or more glass bottles are sold, TMA employs locals in India to create a water filter and distribute them to families in need.
2. Marls Ankle Socks – Four Pack, $45.60
To help solve the fact that socks were the number one most requested item at homeless shelters, for every pair of Bombas Socks purchased they donate another pair. With the goal to donate one million socks in 10 years, Bombas was enthused when their goal was reached in only two years. Their mission remains intact and they’re working towards their next million.
3. Teal Brave Bracelet, $38
The Brave Collection’s jewellery is handmade by Cambodian artisans. These artisans work in a fair and dignified work environment where they receive health insurance and stipends for their children’s education. Not only does The Brave Collection empower these artisans, but 10% of their profits are donated to fight human trafficking in Cambodia.
4. Socks that Plant Trees, $15
Conscious Step sells socks with a purpose. Each pair is connected to a cause and through partnering with charities each pair takes action. Browse from socks that plant trees, socks that treat HIV or socks that fight hunger.
5. Help Some-Body Soap, $12
A mix of mint, grapefruit and sage essential oils aren’t the only thing that make this soap amazing. Every penny from the $12.00 sale of Help Some-Body Soap is donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Support Fund, to help ease the financial difficulties faced by breast cancer patients.
6. Soapbox Coconut Bar Soap, $4
Soap is hope. For every product purchased from Soapbox Soaps, such as this coconut bar, a bar of soap is given to a person in need. With a unique Hope Code on each product, you can see where your donation went and how you made a difference.
7. (RED) x Lokai Bracelet, $18
Every Lokai product supports a cause. For their limited edition (RED) x Lokai bracelet, $1 of each bracelet sold goes to AIDS medication in Sub-Saharan Africa. Lokai also donates 10% of net profits from the Classic Lokai bracelet to their charity partners.
8. 2-Pack Bamboo Toothbrush, $9.95
Smile Squared is making an impact to bring healthy smiles to children. Simply put: “you buy one, we give one.” For every toothbrush purchased, Smile Squared donates one to a child in need, giving that child an opportunity to grow up healthy with a chance to flourish. Since 2001 their impact has reached 50 states and over 25 countries.
9. Nola Mug, $5
Cheeky Home wants to #MakeMealTimeMatter. They’re in the fight to end hunger in the US and this is their ‘Mealfesto’ (or manifesto). Their beautiful, unique paper plates and dinnerwear products give to those in the US facing hunger. For every purchase, Cheeky Home donates a number of meals through their partners at Feeding America and No Kid Hungry.
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