9 Charity Gifts Fashion Enthusiasts Will Love • Budget Fashion

Charitable gifts feel good and do good. They’ve become more sophisticated in recent years – meaning it’s super easy to find acceptable gifts for your friends and family Mission-driven brands abound these days, so that even the pickiest of fashionistas can find clothing and accessories they’re proud to wear.

Here are nine chic charitable gifts that will expand the impact of your holiday budget in 2022.

1. Tentry Jogger

Tentree is a sustainable clothing brand that plants 10 trees for every item purchased. The brand makes all its products with sustainably sourced and recycled materials.

Tentree’s women’s line-up is a large selection of fashion basics – t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, sweaters, dresses and skirts. The styling is mostly classic, but with a nice twist on some twists. Check out the Highline Cotton Acre Sweater as an example. This is a tunic sweater with a beautiful scalloped hem.

My gift pick for this brand is Tentree’s best-selling Bamone jogger, available on Amazon 100% cotton pants have that simple style that every woman loves. She can dress these up with a patterned crop jacket or wear them with a soft t-shirt on lounge days.

2. FAZL beanie

FAZL supports orphans and poor children in India and sources their products from local artisans, paying fair wages for their handcrafted products. All FAZL pieces are made from 100% vegan synthetic wool — a blend of acrylic and nylon. It is warm, soft and hypoallergenic.

The product line includes socks, beanies, mittens, and scarves. FAZL’s gray-and-white knit beanie is a comfortable, stylish gift option for $28. Check shopfazl.com for details.

3. Clove socks

Clove is a footwear brand that supports healthcare workers. The organization’s donations and fundraising for front-line healthcare professionals around the U.S. include $300,000 in Clove footwear and compression socks that keep nurses and doctors comfortable.

Close up of raised legs wearing green and blue compression socks from charity brand Clove.
Clove compression socks are loved by customers and very cute. Pick them up at goclove.com for $28.

If someone on your gift list has a demanding, on-the-go job, a stylish pair of compression socks might be just the thing. Clove compression socks are loved by customers and very cute. Pick them up at goclove.com for $28.

4. Everlane T-shirt

Everlane is committed to ethical manufacturing and transparency. The company regularly audits the working conditions of its suppliers and presses for a score of 90 or higher. Everlane also discloses the manufacturing costs of its products, so shoppers know where their money is going.

The 100% My Body T-Shirt ($35) has an additional mission. Everlane donates all profits from this top to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

5. Woodwatch

Sustainable brand Woodwatch plants a tree for every product sold. To date, the number of trees planted by the company has exceeded 500,000. The goal is to plant 1 million trees by 2025.

You can participate in that mission this year by gifting a gorgeous watch. These watches are not in the budget category, so this is a gift for someone special.

My pick is the Copenhagen Beige watch, on sale for $89. It is delicate and beautiful, suitable for ladies with understated style.

6. Purpose Jewelry Earrings

Purpose Jewelry sources from artisans in India, Uganda, Mexico and the Philippines. All sales proceeds go to the brand’s non-profit International Sanctuary. Sanctuary provides girls and women fleeing trafficking with fair wages, health care, education and safe communities.

The Solstice Hoop ($34) puts an elegant spin on the classic hoop earring. Gorgeous curves, hammer spread, and shiny brass combine for a true conversation piece. This style is available in silver tone.

7. Warby Parker Sunglasses

Warby Parker started as a company with the goal of making low-cost eyewear. The brand has accomplished that, and more. Through its Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program, Warby Parker has donated 10 million pairs of eyeglasses to those in need.

You can keep that momentum going this year by gifting a chic pair of Warby Parker sunglasses. These aren’t cheap sunglasses from Target, mind you. They are part of an investment that he will keep for years.

I love the Beale style by Rosemary Crystal for $95. I’m toying with the idea of ​​gifting myself these this year, because I need a good pair of sunnies.

8. Feed canvas bag

Feed’s school lunch program provides daily meals to children in the United States and around the world. To date, the company has provided over 100 million meals to help children learn and play. You can see how many meals your purchase will support on each product page.

Feed canvas bag (retails for $68) provides 25 meals. The charity angle doesn’t take away from the practicality of this gift. The bag holds an iPad or small laptop, plus a wallet, phone, makeup essentials and a comb. You know, everything you need to have with you on the go.

9. Kendra Scott Friendship Bracelet

Kendra Scott is a family-based brand that regularly donates a portion of its profits to charities.

You can contribute to that mission this year by gifting an Everlyne Friendship Bracelet For every bracelet purchased, Kendra Scott directs 20% of the proceeds to organizations that empower women and children.

The Multicolor Cord Bracelet is on sale for $28, marked down from $40. You have three color options: Dichroic Glass, Bronze Veined Turquoise and Abalone Shell. All are beautiful, but I love dichroic glass for its lilac, green and brown tones. It’s a gift she will cherish.

Charitable gifts for good

Imagine how many people could benefit if each of us shifted a few extra dollars to charitable gifts in 2022. Go ahead and make the world a better place, one gift at a time.

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