Looking for a gift that has a meaningful impact? All of these picks give back to a charitable cause.

If you’re looking to give (and give back) this year, these items are perfect — each gives a cut of the purchase price to charities or worthwhile initiatives.

 

Necklace
$35, Caroline Neron.
For every piece sold, $1 is donated to the Breakfast Club of Canada. 

 

Tote bag
$30, Vespa.
Up to 50 percent of profits from (RED)-branded goods and services to the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS.

 

Charm bracelet
$34, Alex and Ani.
20% of the purchase price from each bracelet sold, with a minimum donation of $25,000 between October 2017 and December 2018, goes to Plan International’s Because I am a Girl Initiative. It’s a movement to help girls overcome obstacles so they can learn, lead, decide, and thrive in their communities around the world. 

 

Holiday Cooking & Baking Supplies
$20, GetBetterGifts.ca.
With this gift of Holiday Cooking & Baking Supplies, you’re giving children the supplies they need to bake holiday treats and make the holiday season a little brighter. Your gift supports the Child Life programs at The Hospital for Sick Children and helps provide a chance for children to have fun and find comfort in their sometimes long and stressful hospital stays.

 

Powerstation
$50, Apple.
Up to 50% of profits from (RED)-branded goods and services go to the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS.

 

Tote bag
$20, A Little Wordy.
10% of proceeds go towards mental health initiatives.

 

Hat
$195, Sentaler.
Proceeds of this purchase goes toward SickKids Foundation. 

 

Sponsored: Gourmet gingerbread house kit
$50, Habitat for Humanity GTA.
Proceeds from each Gingerbread House Kit go towards building homes for Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area.

 

Strength bracelet
$8, Me to We.
Made by women as a means to independent income; proceeds go to health, employment and educational aid for women and children in developing countries. 

 

Earrings
$35, Caroline Neron.
For every piece sold, $1 is donated to the Breakfast Club of Canada. 

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