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09 Dec

Gifts That Give Back

Posted by Bikini Owner

It's that time of year: holiday parties, #santaselfies, and gift-giving. Why not make that last one a two-for-one with gifts that give back? You're going to get your friends and family something — why not pieces that help protect the environment or support artisans? If you question style, quality or cost, think again — there’s truly a plethora of options for everyone on your list. See for yourself with collections below, created specifically for your super athletic friend, sophisticated sister or bohemian BF.

gifts that give back

Love Me Knots necklace, $128 — A portion of their sales goes to food, shelters, and care for a furry buddy in need.

Kayu clutch, $205 — Female artisans in the Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia develop skills to sustain a living wage and can work from home while looking after their children.

Amaio Swim one-piece, $320 —They’ve partnered with the Thirst Project to provide tangible solutions to the global clean water crisis.



gifts that give back

Kiss Me Honey lip balm, $4.99 — Every year they donate lip balms for Par For The Cure, a  breast cancer awareness event.

Abysse active pant, $125 — One of the few swimwear and activewear brands to exclusively use fabrics that do not harm our planet and partners with the Sirens For The Sea charity.

Aloha Collection pouch, $34 —Working to share the aloha spirit with the world, this brand donates 5% of profits to a Hawaii conservation organization to help protect the beauty of Hawaii.


gifts that give back

Bead Relief bracelet, $25 — Their innovative business model gives 25% of gross revenue on each bracelet to the charity that specifically designed the jewelry piece.

My Beachy Side barefoot sandal, $60 — This brand provides employment opportunity to hundreds of Syrian refugees and Turkish women by partnering with NGOs in Turkey near the Syrian border.

Wolven Threads one-piece, $110 —Here’s a collection created by recycling bottles and turning them into swimwear, plus they share 5% of their profits to bring yoga to an at-risk youth.