Online Gifts that Give Back

Some of our favorite designers and retailers are teaming up with worthy charities for the holidays—and the results are stellar.

Bing Bang

Crystal Pyramid Studs

20 percent of proceeds from these graphic, on-trend rose-gold-plated and crystal earrings go to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals International. $95,

Mad Imports

Calabash Tote

The craftswomen in rural Kenya and Madagascar who handmake these beautiful, rustic bags are part of a fair-trade partnership, and 15 percent of online sales go toward building clean water wells and microenterprise development in their communities. $95,

Red Flower Ocean Purifying Body Wash

Ocean Purifying Body Wash

Made with organic and sustainable ingredients like biodynamic honey, this cools and purifies the skin on contact—plus, a portion of the proceeds goes to benefit The Blue Project, a group working to preserve the coral reefs in the Bahamas. $20,


Slip-on Shoes

These easy-chic styles are available in an amazing array of shades—from brown suede to metallic silver—and for every pair purchased, TOMS will give a pair of shoes to a child in need (any style). $65,

Tiny Wishes

"The Heal Charm" on Pink Silk Cord

Perfectly petite and easy to mix with other charms. 20 percent of proceeds of this necklace benefit the Share.Inspire.Heal Breast Cancer Foundation. $100,

Philosophy Recipe Box

The Recipe Box

Three bottles of Philosophy's famous shampoo/shower gel/bubble bath formula, in melon smoothie, orchard pear, and raspberry sorbet flavors. The adorable package includes very cute and doable recipes, and all proceeds support PBS KIDS and PBS. $18,

Perry Gargano

"Hearts on Fire" Cuff

40 percent of profits from this statement-making, rough-hewn cuff, available in both gold and silver plated, benefit the Red Cross International Relief Fund. $125,

Monique Pean

"Africa" Necklace

We love this graphic, sleek vibe of this pendant; 50 percent of proceeds go to Charity: Water to provide water and sanitation to disadvantaged communities. $465,

Lutz & Patmos

"Omi & Opi" Sweater

$20 from the sale of each of these perfectly chunky, winter sweaters—designed by actress Kirsten Dunst—goes to The Art of Elysium, a nonprofit organization that encourages artists to donate their time and talent to children battling serious medical conditions. $395,

A Peace Treaty

"Tira" Scarf

This line has an amazing collection of hand-loomed scarves that ranges from preppy to arty. 10 percent of sales go to Counterpart International to support international development projects (all scarves). $78,
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