Still hunting for the perfect last-minute holiday gift? No need to wait on your local shipping company or post office, or deal with the holiday crowds, you can gift it forward this year.
Tis the season to give! be a do-gooder.
here are some recommendations of charity’s or organizations you can donate to:
Greater Good Networks – buy goods and funds are paid to a benefiting organization
The Giving library – Browse nonprofits. Find your passion. make donations to non-profits that match your interests.
Bars of Hoap – artisan soaps made with 100% natural ingredients. All proceeds go towards helping entrepreneurial women in Haiti.
St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity that fights childhood cancers. A donation helps fund research for cures.
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders – Your donations can help in the fight against the deadly ebola epidemic.
Heifer International – gives livestock and other animals to empower people to earn an income and feed themselves.
Ten Thousand Villages – offers goods from local artisans in 28 different countries.
Feeding America – A gift of cash or food to your local food bank will help feed some of the millions of Americans, including children, seniors and active duty military, who go hungry, according to a
Shopping for a Change – works with artists around the globe, paying them up front for their products and work.
WhyHunger‘s – John Lennon inspired Imagine scarf will help you imagine a world without hunger a little bit easier. All proceeds go towards fighting childhood hunger.
Re:loom – sells uniquely crafted rags made from recycled materials. All of their products are hand woven by employees who were homeless at one time or in risk of becoming homeless. All proceeds go towards employee wages and benefits.
Green Gifts – offers an array of eco and wildlife friendly gifts that are perfect for your green friends or ways to remember loved ones.
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