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THINKgiving

As the holidays are just around the corner, you may be compelled to not only give gifts but to also give resources and opportunities to those in need. Here are some products that do both! Give back this holiday season with these gifts that are meant to please and provide. Do good, be good, THINK good!

Alex and Ani Charity by Design 

Gives: 20% of the purchase price from each Paper Crane Charm Bangle sold, with a minimum donation of $25,000, between October 2017 and December 2018, to The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NEED), to help push for a social, political, and economic agenda that will make sure that violence against women no longer occurs.
alexandani.com

One Hope: Red Wine Gift Box

Gives: funding to help generate ABA therapy for children with autism. ABA therapy helps children with autism by using certain techniques to help them acquire basic skills such as looking, listening and imitating, and more complex skills such as reading, conversing and understanding another person’s perspective. This helps them to communicate better with peers and loved ones over time.
onehopewine.com

Preemptive Love

Gives: funding to help people obtain food, water, shelter, jobs, medical care and income in Syria, Iraq and the United States.
preemptivelove.org

Intuitions Jewelry 

Gives: $.25 of each bracelet to Baby2Baby, which helps provide low-income children 0-12 years old with the basic necessities that every child deserves.
intuitionsjewelry.com

WeWood Watches

Gives: a tree, by planting it after a WeWood watch is sold—An initiative in collaboration with nonprofit organizations such as American Forests and Trees for the Future.
us.we-wood.com

Grounds & Hounds Coffee 

Gives: 20% of all proceeds to an animal rescue partner located closest to you. They strive to help rescue dogs find good homes and help fund rescue centers.
groundsandhoundscoffee.com

Delicacies Jewelry 

Gives: 50% of the proceeds of each chef’s chosen ingredient, as well as 10% of every other Delicacies purchase, to the chefs’ hunger-related organizations. All the donations are tallied to make sure all donations to each of the four chef’s charities at the end of the 12-month period are equal. This year, charities include New York’s City Harvest, Food Bank for New York City, Share Our Strength, and No Kid Hungry.
delicaciesjewelry.com

Hoffman’s Chocolates

Gives: to any schools, sports teams, clubs or organizations that want to be fundraised for through variety boxes containing 36 bars. In addition, Hoffman’s is also introducing a partnership with Neighbors4Neighbors to support “Adopt a Family 4 The Holidays.” A portion of proceeds from online sales (Oct.15-Dec. 20) will be donated to Neighbors4Neighbors with the code “N4N25” at checkout.
hoffmans.com

Lush Cosmetics 

Gives: 100% of Lush’s Charity Pot price (minus the taxes) goes to small grassroots organizations working in the areas of environmental conservation, animal welfare and human rights. Ro’s Argan Gourmet Soap supports sustainable farming and community projects globally. Lastly, the Christmas-themed Snow Fairy donates 2.5% from each sale to charities that create safe places for Japanese children to play after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
lushusa.com

By Aaliyah Pasols