1. Bangle & Brass Paillette Rafiki Set
Fifty percent of proceeds go toward mobilizing community farmers in developing communities. $32, Me to We.
2. Healing crystals
Ten percent of sales from purchases of the Lotus box will be donated to Make Music Matter, an NGO devoted to helping heal people in conflict zones through music. $45, Little Box of Rocks.
3. Organic soap
4. Jenny Bird x Far + Wide Collective longevity pendant
5. Messenger bag
6. Limited-edition body cream
Net profits will be donated to children’s charities. $38/250 mL, Kiehl’s.
7. Mother-Child Health Kit
Provides medicine and medical supplies for 10 babies and mothers. $20, Red Cross.
8. Scarf for Sudan
The purchase of 500 of these limited-edition scarves provides a drinking well in Dhoor-Lei, Sudan. $49, Obakki.
9. Jacket stud earrings
Proceeds from eBay’s Holiday Designer Collaboration with Canadian jewellery designer BIKO will benefit Kids Help Phone. $40, eBay.
10. Kids’ eco-read
On the Reef, by Judith and Shandley McMurray featuring the art of Robert Bateman and the Tobin Island Artists, is part of Children’s Books for Charity. Proceeds go to the Canadian Wildlife Federation. $20, Indigo and children’s bookstores across Canada.
11. Mistletoe ornament
Proceeds support the Nepalese makers who craft these ornaments in conjunction with the Association of Craft Producers, a non-profit group that provides access to medical benefits and more. $18, Ten Thousand Villages.
12. Donate a piglet
One piglet can grow to produce a whole litter of piglets for a community to sell at the market. $40, World Vision.
13. Shea butter gift set
$10 from each set sold will be donated to Dress for Success, an organization that provides interview attire and career support to low-income women. $78, L’Occitane.
14. Toms sunglasses
For every pair of sunglasses purchased, Toms will help someone in need with their eye sight. $98, Toms.
15. Surprise a kid with a stocking
Proceeds fund Child Life programs at SickKids to ensure a surprise for every patient on Christmas morning. $30, SickKids.