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Christmas gifts from brands that give back

By Lenny Balston, 12 Nov 2019

This Christmas support brands that give back when buying gifts. This selection of gifts is for a range of budgets from brands that support a host of different causes.All items are ethically produced from sustainable materials.
selection of christmas gifts

If you partake in gift giving at Christmas, choose brands that give back.

So whether you care for the environment, communities or education we have some suggestions for you.

christmas gifts earrings

The Mona earrings from Daughters of the Ganges are handcrafted by vulnerable and marginalised communities in India. They source their products from artisan communities that have passed on their skills through the ages and are keen to nurture their cherished traditions and crafts.

christmas gifts recycled wool socks

The cheery yellow festive socks by Komodo and made from recycled wool. As a member of 1% for the Planet, Komodo support the Sumatran Orangutan Society who are restoring natural rainforests and eco systems, through the purchase and repurposing of palm oil plantations. Komodo also donate to the Sunrise Orphanage in Kathmandu and the Tibet Relief Fund, building schools and supporting communities in rural northern Nepal and Tibet.

christmas gifts beaded belt

The beaded belt by Bushbells are crafted in Kenya. The different colours in the Masai beading are not only selected for their beauty, but also their meaning. Bushbells uses profits to build classrooms, buy essential books, provide bursaries, and secure a future for their bead and leather workers.

christmas gifts t-shirt

The t-shirt is Goose Studio is made from 100% organic cotton. All profits from this range goes straight to Pier2Pier Beach Clean. Available for both men and women.

christmas gifts messenger bag

The messenger bag by Elvis & Kresse is made from decommissioned British fire-hose. 50% of the profits from their Fire Hose range is donated to the Fire Fighters Charity.