DO UNTO OTHERS SWEATSHIRT BY THE WORTHY CO – $44
The Worthy Co is a social enterprise started by the Net, a nonprofit organization based in Fort Worth, as a way to employ women in their program. 100% of every purchase supports survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and exploitation. This sweatshirt is a great reminder to follow their lead and treat others with kindness.
Shameless plug here! I think it’s so thoughtful when my clients gift photo sessions to their friends or family members. I may be biased, but what better gift is there than the gift of captured memories? And of course, the 15% donated to the nonprofit organization of their choice is a special bonus.
FANCY FOODIE GIFT SET BY WINTON AND WAITS – $45
I love this curated gift set for the foodie on your list. Winton and Waits is my favorite local boutique for their stunning selection, kind staff, and mission to give back on each item purchased. If you’re local to Dallas-Fort Worth, it’s definitely worth the trip!
This flattering, family photo-ready dress is brought to you by Shandiin & Co, a native woman-owned and mama friendly boutique that supports organizations benefiting Native American communities.
MOD NATURAL BLANKET BY SACKCLOTH & ASHES – $129
I was personally gifted a Sackcloth and Ashes blanket last year and I am obsessed. Their blankets are ethically made from 100% recycled material and each blanket purchased provides a blanket to a homeless shelter.
Rescue Her is one of my favorite organizations local to Dallas-Fort Worth and they have also have my favorite nonprofit merch line. I love this Empower Hat that aligns with and supports their mission of empowering survivors of sex trafficking to live in freedom.
A beautiful depiction of Christ’s love for LGBT+ individuals, this print supports organizations that benefit the LGBT+ community in various ways. As someone who has multiple of Natalie’s prints in my home (and hoping to acquire more), I’m happy to endorse her work!
JEWELRY CASE BY SSEKO DESIGNS – $60
This beautiful jewelry travel case allows you to get your accessories to and from without tangling. I’m a big fan of Sseko’s products and their mission to enable young women in Uganda to attend university.
ECO-FRIENDLY SUNGLASSES BY PELA CASE – $65
Give the gift of the world’s first 100% biodegradable pair of sunglasses. Plus, Pela donates a percentage of every sale to Ocean Cleanup and Preservation Initiatives. Every pair of sunglasses sold = less plastic in the ocean.
ABLE is an ethical fashion brand with the mission of ending poverty through the employment and empowerment of women – investing in, training, and educating them so they can earn a living, break the cycle of poverty, and thrive. This dreamy tote, named after a woman in their program, is a consistent bestseller.
Brass Peacemaker Cuff by SEEK THE PEACE – $40
This cuff was designed to benefit Seek’s women’s empowerment program, PROJECT SHINE, which helps refugee teen girls to realize their full potential.
For over 20 years, Thistle Farms has lit a pathway of healing and hope for women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. Support their efforts with this lavender spa set!
Delight the oil lover on your list with this essential oil gift set designed to help take you through the day. A portion of proceeds benefit animal rescue.
CUSTOM PAINTED JOURNALING BIBLE BY WHEAT AND HONEY CO – $122
Design a lovely custom painted Bible or pick one of the many predesigned Bibles with Wheat and Honey Co. Your purchase will enable the gifting of Bibles and other resources to the program graduates of Valiant Hearts, a nonprofit organization that helps women find freedom from sexual exploitation.
MINDFULNESS GIFT BY SAVHERA – $28
With this collection of meditations book and lavender essential oil, your giftee can invite peace into their life while empowering trafficking survivors.
These rescued-from-the-scrap-pile reclaimed wood air planters would add the perfect little touch to any space. And the low maintenance air plants would serve as a reminder of your contribution to their mission of empowering and equipping young girls to “grow where they are planted”.