Gifting and giving, whether to a loved one or a charity of choice, are what the holidays are all about. But did you know you can give to both when choosing the right gift? Some companies do just that by donating a portion of their profits to a charitable cause when a gift item is purchased.

We’ve put together a list of six companies with a charitable side, so you can be twice as generous this season.


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Lush Charity Pot Body Lotion

Lush creates sustainability with many of their products. This hydrating lotion with an intoxicating scent keeps skin fresh and radiant. Lush also donates 100% of the purchase price for this item to grassroots organizations that help animal welfare, the environment and sustainable agriculture.



Warby Parker Glasses

Great gifts sometimes come in small packages. Whether it’s a prescription or simply a cool pair of sunglasses, Warby Parker has been in the charity game from the beginning. They give the gift of sight by providing vision care to those in need.

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TOM's shoes

Comfortable with a signature look since 2006, gifting these shoes is easy because they go with everything. Their One for One® business model means they donate a pair of shoes for every pair they sell.




Love Your Melon Beanie

These cozy, fashionable beanies are the perfect wintertime present. When purchased, 50% of the profits are donated to programs for children and families who are battling cancer.



100% Human Sweatshirt

This cotton sweater from Everlane makes a statement. Another company that gives back, Everlane makes stylish apparel that doesn’t break the bank. Their cause? To simply protect human rights. Ten percent of purchases from 100% Human products go to the ACLU.




A socially-conscious product subscription service, CAUSEBOX features amazing, sustainable items each season. Skin care, leather goods, cool hydrating bottles and even a mystery product are just some of the items you will find in each box. CAUSEBOX meticulously hand picks ethically-made, sustainably sourced and cruelty-free items for a luxurious experience delivered right to your giftees’ door.




The information included within this article is content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.

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