12 Days of BLOGMAS (Day 5)
- Even giving coal to someone on the "naughty" list can make a difference. Given the popularity of charcoal in beauty products this year, the Adventure Project and APOTHEKE teamed up to create a charcoal soap that gives back.
- With each purchase of the "coal" soap, one woman in Kenya is provided with a charcoal-efficient stove. With 4 million people dying from smoke inhalation worldwide every year, these stoves can help curb the need to cook over open fires.
REUSABLE WATER BOTTLES
- Drinking clean water has never been easier. LifeStraw Go 2-stage filtration water bottles are equipped with a real-time filtration system, which cleans bacteria and contaminants out of water as you sip. The explorer on your list can even drink river water using the bottle — all without worry.
- Through the company's Follow the Liters program, every LifeStraw product sold provides a child in a developing country with access to clean, safe drinking water for an entire school year.
- STATE's Mini Kane backpacks are fashion-forward bags that deliver both style and impact. The bags feature a main storage compartment, zippered front pocket and velcro side pockets. Plus, they come in stunning color combinations, like pink and mint or green and navy. There's even an old-school Nickelodeon-themed bag.
- For each Mini Kane backpack sold, STATE will donate a pack filled with essential "tools for success" to a U.S. child in need, through the company's #GiveBackPack campaign.
- A super-soft, relaxed-fit Mama t-shirt with a slighter lower neckline than a classic tee
- This baby feels like heaven! You'll want to wear it every day
- It's eco-conscious and sweatshop-free because it was made with love from start to finish in Canada
- FRANNIE + LILO created the design for this shirt to empower women and mamas
- A portion every tee sold supports child loss, miscarriage and postpartum mental health services for mamas.
- What if a cuddle could change the world? The makers of Cuddle + Kind's hand-knit dolls say it can.
- Cuddle + Kind's dolls are ethically produced by Peruvian women artisans, and they help curb childhood hunger around the word. The sale of one doll equals 10 meals provided to children in need through the World Food Program USA. Dolls are available in bright colors and dressed in fun outfits, making them the perfect gifts for children.
Price: $45 - $65
- Printed on Triblend Black with gray ink this is an essential to your child's wardrobe as it is super soft.
- This tee helps support the CJ Foundation for SIDS. A portion of the proceeds will support this campaign