These gifts that give back will leave you feeling good in more than one way.
Local jewelry brand Ink+Alloy carries its mission to empower women far outside Atlanta’s perimeter by donating 5% of all proceeds to Commit2Change. The nonprofit educates abandoned and impoverished girls in India, where all Ink+Alloy’s accessories—including this colorful, beaded clutch—are handmade by expert artisans.
Perfect for the outdoorsy do-gooder, one sustainably made blanket bought from Sackcloth & Ashes simultaneously gives a blanket to a local homeless shelter. The cozy blankets made from recycled materials come in more than 60 colorways and support the brand’s mission to give away one million blankets by 2024.
Drawing inspiration from Virgil Abloh’s runway collections, Louis Vuitton’s limited-edition Silver Lockit collection is made even more special through a partnership with UNICEF. For every bracelet sold, the French luxury brand donates $100 to the nonprofit that saves the lives of children in more than 190 countries.
Based in Atlanta, Young Gentry turns out luxury soy candles that do more than fill your home with nature-inspired notes. For each hand-poured candle purchased, the brand provides one meal to a hungry child via partnerships with nonprofits such as Feeding America, among others across the U.S.
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By donning this sophisticated piece from Kendra Scott’s Shop for Good Collection, you’re helping the jewelry brand donate 20% of proceeds to families with a parent battling metastatic breast cancer, or another terminal illness, through the nonprofit Inheritance of Hope.
This floral-scented, vegan lotion by cosmetics brand Lush isn’t just good for hydrating your skin thanks to its cocoa butter base. All proceeds from the popular product are donated to small grassroots organizations that support human rights, animal protection and environmental justice.
STORY: Ashton Pike
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