8. Jellycat Cordy Roy dino ($24, giftsthatgive.com).
Cute is one four-letter word we don’t mind using to describe this little guy. Show the kiddies or younger siblings some love with this cuddly dino. Best of all, $4.80 goes to a cause of your choosing, making this a gift any mom could feel good about.
9. Vision T-shirt ($25, hrc.org).
Help your pals wear their support of LGBT equality on their sleeves with T-shirts from the Human Rights Campaign, the largest gay civil rights organization in America. This festive red “love” tee will make them proud!
10. Rose kaleidoscope scarf ($24, serrv.org).
This chic chiffon scarf will freshen up last year’s Valentine’s Day ensemble for a recycled look that’s anything but boring. Each purchase will keep the work of Asha Handicrafts, the Indian fair trade organization that produces the item, going.
11. Cayenne Prosperity bracelet ($65, sameskyshop.com).
Crocheted by female artisans in Zambia, you’ll be making a style statement for good this Valentine’s Day. Each Prosperity bracelet helps Same Sky continue its mission of training and employing impoverished HIV+ women.
12. Vintage rose red necklace ($35, isanctuary.org).
In Mumbai alone, it is estimated that over 100,000 people are being sexually exploited. iSanctuary has served more than 200 female survivors, providing them with a safe space, education, training, and employment. Handmade by survivors, this cluster necklace’s delicate rose bead makes it a stunning gift for mom or grandma.
13. Gianna rose soap petals in apothecary jar ($30, giftsthatgive.com).
These delicate pink soap petals would be a welcome addition to mom’s bathroom. Or, save them for a romantic Valentine’s Day bubble bath with your guy. Either way, $6 from every purchase goes to the cause of your choice.
14. Great Love women’s vegan classics ($54, toms.com).
Vegan-friendly and pesticide-free, these inspirational TOMS are real feet treats! Complete with the declaration, “Do small things with great love”, your recipient’s toes will look oh-so-stylish this February. And you’ll feel warm and fuzzy inside knowing that with your purchase, a child in need receives a new pair of shoes.
Diana Denza is a regular contributor to BettyConfidential.