5 Christmas Gifts (Under $100) That Spread The Love
I love the whole process of gift giving. The research, the wrapping and spending 30 minutes in Kikki K deciding which card to buy. I especially love gift giving when it not only brings joy to my loved one but someone in need too.
There are so many popular brands teaming up with local and international charities this Christmas to spread the love even further and ensure everyone enjoys a little Christmas magic. Here are my 5 favourite gifts that give back for 2018.
Cotton On Foundation: Gifts That Count
Give back gift: Supporting children in Southern Uganda, Cotton On’s own charity, Cotton On Foundation have designed a collection of on trend pins that represent how their donation in supporting them. Ranging from $5 – $100, you can purchase a pin to provide the children sanitary items, school supplies, immunisations, clean drinking water, delicious meals for a full school term, paediatric care to even a bike!
Where to buy: Cotton On and Typo stores
Budget: $5 – $100
Love Your Sister: Dear Santa
Give back gift: Samuel Johnson has done it again with a unique but incredibly impactful gift supporting Love Your Sister and his mission to abolish cancer. Comprising of 160 letters to Santa from well-loved Australians such as Grant Denyer, Molly Meldrum, Missy Higgins and Debra Mailman, this is my favourite gift back gift this year!
Where to buy: Love Your Sister online store (available November 27th)
Lush Cosmetics: Charity Pot
Give back gift: Lush’s hand and body lotion, Charity Pot, is full of nourishing and balancing ingredients such as Fair Trade Shea Butter, Rosewood Oil and Ylang Ylang. Every Charity Pot purchase contributes 100% profit to small, grassroots organisations supporting environmental conservation, animal welfare and human rights.
Where to buy: Lush Cosmetics
Budget: $14.95 – $32.50
Decjuba x The Hunger Project
Give back gift: The Hunger Project endeavours to eradicate world hunger by 2030. One of my favourite brands, Decjuba, has put together a Decjuba x THP collection featuring this THP Canvas Tote. 100% of proceeds are donated to The Hunger Project to assist in training and development.
Where to buy: Decjuba
Earth Greetings: 2019 Planner Set
Give back gift: Based in Adelaide, Earth Greetings develops stationary and greeting cards made from 100% recycled paper and non-toxic, vegetable-based ink. Their office also runs on 100% Greenpower! Not only are you giving back to the environment but they also donate 10% of their profits to environmental organisations making a difference. I love their 2019 Diaries and Calendars!
Where to buy: Earth Greetings
Have a favourite brand that’s giving back this Christmas? Comment below to share with our team!