Today, our handy holiday gift guides continue with six ways to double down while spreading seasonal cheer. We’ve sourced the following stylish picks to support worthy causes, and there’s a do-gooding goodie for everyone on your “nice” list.
To: Haute Mamas
Dallas designer Abi Ferrin’s jet set-worthy “Jan” cape benefits the Sak Saum ministry in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, through her Freedom Project. Available shades include luxe jett, smoke, and coffee, all with vegan leather trim.
Price Tag: $375, Abi Ferrin
To: Dapper Dads
Support Uncommon Goods’ Better to Give program when you gift Breck Armstrong’s handmade shoe form bookends. Proceeds from your purchase benefit non-profit organizations including American Forests, Women for Women International, and City Harvest.
Price Tag: $195, Uncommon Goods
Westward Leaning’s sweet shades make for a brighter future for students via contributions to the Jazz Foundation of America’s “Agnes Varis Jazz in the Schools” program or to gay rights organizations working to ensure safe and supportive environments for children in grades K-12.
Price Tag: $180 – $210, Westward Leaning
To: Cool Kids
Brightly printed pairs by Chooze Shoes allow clever little ones to personalize their look. Even better, the kooky kicks help women across the world gain opportunities to support themselves and their families through Soap Hope’s Good Returns business model.
Price Tag: $43, Soap Hope
To: Creative Co-Workers
Show support for The Modern in Fort Worth with the gift of this clever Sundance Film Festival Guide, edited by Todd Oldham. It’s perfect paired with movie passes to indie film havens such as Dallas’ Angelika Film Center or Richardson’s Alamo Drafthouse.
Price Tag: $25, The Modern Museum Shop
To: Fabulous Friends
Finally, Cleobella’s wild, fringed handbags help create sustainable incomes and empower women in Southeast Asia through Care.org. For bonus bestie points, pack one up with your favorite eco-friendly travel-size cosmetics.
Price Tag: From $343, Cleobella
All images via individual retailers.