The holiday season is upon us, which means attempting to find the perfect presents for friends and family. Holidays are notorious for gift buying and giving back, so why not combine the two and purchase presents that give back to charities. With the millions of homeless animals, you can now use your holiday spending money to find the best gifts and support a good cause.
Hendrick & Co.
With apparel, accessories, jewelry and more, Hendrick & Co. offers amazing gifts that save animals. The company was founded in 2011 with the aim to help animals in need. Each product delivers a $10 donation to shelters, sanctuaries, and rescues both in the United States and Canada. To date, the organization has donated over $1 million to the nonprofits and other organization that customers choose. Hendrick & Co. is making a huge difference, and you can join their movement by purchasing gifts from their company.
ONEHOPE was founded by a group of friends who aimed to sell products that allow customers to indulge, but also give back. The company’s mission is to create delightful, indulgent products that also do good. ONEHOPE specializes in gourmet coffee, lovely wine, and memorable gifts. Over the past ten years, the organization has donated over $2 million to a variety of charities, including the funds to help 50,000 animal adoptions.
“The sweetest way to save a life” is with Rescue Chocolate. The company was founded in 2010 and offers 100 percent vegan, organic, kosher and fairly traded chocolate delights. With a wide range of flavors, the chocolate is the perfect small gift for everyone. Rescue Chocolate also provides education on each wrapper by shedding light on current animal issues.
Brewing Good Coffee Company
This organization aims to provide exceptional coffee while saving animals. Brewing Good Coffee Company offers Bird-Friendly products, which means all of their goods are 100 percent guaranteed organic and shade-grown from the healthiest farms. What’s even better than craft roasted coffee and tea is that the company donates 10 percent of all their proceeds to animal protection nonprofits.
Many companies allow you to combine gift giving and giving back. With the millions of suffering animals in the world, you can feel good about spending more on quality presents that support a good cause.
Lisa Landman is a strong advocate of adopting pets and has six rescue dogs! Want to see photos of her dogs? Check our her dog gallery or Twitter!