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Presents are nice, but helping others is even nicer. We scouted hundreds of companies that partner with charities doing admirable things—from donating blankets to shelters to helping children in need—to create the ultimate holiday gift guide featuring heart and soul for every budget.
Here, we picked 8 awesome gifts under $75 for you to choose from. Plus, the good news? We’re giving away a few of these in packages this December. Enter HERE TK LINK for a chance to win these yoga gifts!
Sprout Eco-Friendly Men’s and Women’s Watches
Sprout’s eco-friendly men’s and women’s watches include bamboo dials, cork straps, and biodegradable corn-resin designs. The company contributes through 1% for the Planet to the Surfrider Foundation, a national group that works to protect oceans and beaches, and Riverkeeper, a regional organization that helps restore the Hudson River ecosystem.
Rareform iPad and iPad Mini Sleeves
Rareform takes upcycling seriously. All merchandise, including these iPad and iPad Mini sleeves, is made from old vinyl billboards that would otherwise end up in a landfill, and 1 percent of all Rareform sales support environmental causes.
Jala Clothing Yoga Gives Back Tank
A whopping 100 percent of profits from Jala Clothing’s Yoga Gives Back Tank go to yogagivesback.org to help mothers in India launch their businesses and send their kids to school.
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Glassybaby Votive Candleholders
Light up a friend’s home practice with Glassybaby votive candleholders, and you’ll be benefiting the White Light Fund to provide financial and emotional assistance to those in need.
Good Karmal Peace, Love, Joy Boxes
Each scrumptious caramel in the Good Karmal Peace, Love, Joy boxes is wrapped in a positive quote, such as Ralph Waldo Emerson’s “scatter joy.” The company also lives up to its name by donating a portion of all proceeds to environmental charities.
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Vasanti Health Copper Jug
These Vasanti Health copper beauties will help balance doshas (drinking from copper vessels is an Ayurvedic tradition) and fund grassroots water-sanitation initiatives in India—up to 10 percent of the company’s annual net profits help make clean water accessible.
Tamba Pani Jug, $73; Tamba Lota, $40; vasantihealth.com
Bohemian Island Harem Pants
Bohemian Island harem pants are made from light Thai cotton that feels like clouds on your skin. Ten percent of every sale goes to Soi Dog Foundation, a charity that helps thousands of mistreated and stray dogs and cats.
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