It’s the season of giving, and what better way to give back than by supporting amazing charities this holiday season? If you’re wondering how to do that in a safe way this year, we’ve found a solution. Try buying gifts for loved ones that donate portions, if not all, of the proceeds to charities. There are so many great partnerships available now between the stores you know and the charities you love. Here are a couple of our favorite partnerships that are available for purchase online now.
West Elm and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Most people are spending more time at home than they usually would this holiday season, so gifts centered around the home are perfect. West Elm’s Honeycomb Chenille Throw Blanket benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by donating 50% of the purchase price. These gorgeous and soft throw blankets come in four colors and one size. Buy them today for one of your loved ones to lounge in by the fire this winter.
The Giving Keys and Ending Homelessness Through Employment
A jewelry classic, The Giving Keys, is a wonderful choice for a gift this season. The purchase of a dainty and beautiful key necklace will go toward creating jobs for homeless people in their transition toward employment. This necklace is available in rose gold, silver, or gold. You can’t go wrong with any of the three different engraved phrases.
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West Elm and the ASPCA
Pour your hot chocolate into one of these adorable mugs and support the ASPCA. These animal-shaped mugs by West Elm help bring one dollar for every mug bought to the ASPCA. You can buy just one mug, or buy sets of two or four and choose from five different cat and dog breeds. Help the animals this holiday season and give the cutest gift for the animal lovers in your life.
Any one of these wonderful gifts would be amazing, both for the recipient of the gift, and the recipient of the noble charity.
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