Give Twice: (RED)Wire - Amber Chand - Monique Pean

Why give once when you can give twice? Here are our latest gift finds that give back to good causes:

Project (RED), an organization fighting AIDS, has launched (RED)Wire, an online subscription based music service where you can download songs from participating artists such as Bob Dylan, Faith Hill, Elvis Costello and many others. $5 from each subscription will go to the fund. As seen in Star magazine.

Amberchand.com sells the The Kabul Necklace of Courage which is created by skilled stone cutter women in Karbala and benefits Women for Women International, a non profit organization that was founded by Zainab Salbi in 1993 as a means to support women in war torn regions rebuild their lives by offering emotional and financial support. For more information visit their blog here and catalog for many other charitable finds.

Pottery Barn Kids has created a large stuffed bear called the Huggable Oatmeal the bear with sales befitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. $20.00. For more information visit Potterybarnkids.com. The perfect gift for any child feeling under the weather.

Monique Pean has teamed up with the Charity: WATER to create a fine jewelry collection with 50% from the sale of pieces going to the fund to bring clean water to disadvantaged locals. As seen in Lucky magazine.

New Look of the UK has created the Metallic Print Charity Tee with a portion of the proceeds going towards breast cancer causes. £12.00

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Also see the Seventeen magazine Gifts That Give Back Gift Guide.

Here at GaveThat.com we have found hundreds of gift ideas that give back, to see more of our latest finds visit our Give Twice section of the site.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Do you know what issue Monique Pean's charity: water fine jewelry was in?

Thanks!
Hello there, I'm pretty sure it was the Jan., issue on news stands now. My copy was ruined with coffee so I can not double check for you.

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