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Gifts that give back in 2021

Your shopping list can do a world of good this year.

Racking your brain for holiday gift ideas? Snag hot-ticket items for your friends/family and help make the world a better place while you’re at it. From Giving Tuesday through the New Year, here are some of the top gifts that give back this year.

Forever 21

There are multiple ways to give back when you shop Forever 21 this holiday season. The fashion retailer will donate $1 to conserve forests for every American Forests T-shirt purchased — the designs are super cool and earthy! Snag an item from the F21 x SU2C collection of t-shirts, masks and joggers and 20% will go to Stand Up To Cancer, a charity that funds cancer treatments.

Our Green House

When you purchase Our Green House’s baby gift basket, you’ll be helping to support a number of charities, including conservation efforts and sea life protection. Baskets are packed with Fair Trade products including cuddly stuffed animals, crochet rattles and woven blankets.

United by Blue

Lend a hand to the environment and score some stylish threads. You’ll find a plethora of gift options, including ultra soft slippers, wool blankets, cotton shirts and plenty of homeware. Each purchase from United by Blue’s collection will help remove one pound of trash from the ocean and waterways.

Bombas

For every purchase of Bombas cozy socks, a pair is donated to someone affected by homelessness. So far, more than 40 million donations have been made! Browse a wide selection of comfy goodies — from stylish merino wool socks to performance ankle socks.

World Wildlife Fund

Have a wildlife lover in your life? Virtually adopt an animal for them, with options ranging from polar bears to sloths. Your gift will help support WWF’s mission to protect wildlife and comes with a cute kit, including a plush doll, adoption certificate and species card.

4Ocean

Shop 4Ocean’s beaded bracelet selection and the company will pull one pound of trash from the ocean. Accessories come in pretty shades of yellow, turquoise and multiple patterns, and each are dedicated to different species.

Toms

For every purchase made, the company donates an additional pair of Toms to someone in need. Get involved with its mission by shopping the collection of boots, booties, slip-ons and slippers.

Fair Trade Winds

Fair Trade Winds’ Kantha bracelets are accessories with a mission statement. Proceeds for the jewelry — which are designed with bright bursts of beaded colors — go directly to help a fund a girl’s education in India.

Everlane

With every purchase of Everlane’s speciality selection of T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, masks and totes, the retailer will donate 10% of profits to the ACLU. Your fashion-forward friend will especially love the tie-dye masks, which come in bright pastels, yellows, reds and purples.

The Tote Project

Shop totes with a powerful mission. These handy bags feature cheery designs with bursts of flowers, animals, books and rainbows. And 10% of the profits go to Two Wings, a nonprofit that supports survivors of sex trafficking.

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