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My 2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Intentional Gifts With A Purpose

Today, I am so excited to share my 2020 Holiday Gift Guide and this year is special. If there is one thing that 2020 has taught us, it’s the power of love, community, and supporting each other. So this year, I wanted to find ways to make gift giving super intentional and making sure I shopped from businesses that had a purpose. That includes a B corporation. If you’re not familiar, Certified B Corporations are a new kind of business that balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment. So keep an eye out for the B-Corporation logo while doing your holiday shopping this year and know that your gifts have a purpose. And I’m so happy to see so many other business that are giving back this year. From bigger companies to local shops, I’m seeing so many do their part by donating a portion of sales to charities and non-profits. I’ve shared some of my favorites in this year’s gift guide! I hope you enjoy and I hope you all are taking this time to rest, reset, and reflect.

Post 21: The Things You Want in Your Life and Want to Gift to Others

This small shop offers holiday gift suggestions for your mom, kids, family, or yourself! Blair, the creator of Post 21, plays an active role in supporting small businesses and creators that bring unique color, creativity, and innovation to her business. This site offers original creations and unique options for gift giving. 

Post 21 Style & Grace Candle: $29

Parks Project: Season of Giving

This site offers a holiday gift guide for men and women in gifts that under $25, $55, for the ‘hard to buy for,’ for the hearth, top 10 picks, staying cozy, the holiday market, and gift cards. Everything that’s purchased through the site is given back to parklands. This year, they’ve given back 1.2 million dollars to state parks. Colin Hanks is a founder and unique contributor who is passionate about protecting the nation’s state parks and does just that through his site full of great holiday gift options. 

Parks Project Gift Box: $60

Image3D: Everybody Looks

Rich Dubnow, the most experienced 3D photographer in the world, has been creating custom-made 3D viewers for everyone to experience the 3D phenomenon of photography. The products and services offered can be used in a plethora of interesting ways waiting for you! 

Image3D Classic Viewer

Anthony Hopkins: Home Fragrance Collection

“AH Eau de Parfum is a timeless elegant fragrance for men and women.” Anthony Hopkins partners with the national campaign in ending child hunger in America, No Kid Hungry. Every purchase of Hopkins’ four fragrance options provides up to 50 meals to kids in need. 

Anthony Hopkins AH Eau de Parfum: $75

Apolis: Create a Moment Out of Everything

The creators of this site design fashionable, long-lasting market bags with the purpose of living with you and your family through every occasion. Their “Advocacy Through Industry” allows the power of business to create social change. This mindset is founded on the idea that people are able to live better lives when given access to a global marketplace. Their gift guide offers holiday customized bundle options regarding men, women, and travel.  

Apolis Market Bag: $115

Carolina Herrera: Heart For Hope 

Carolina Herrera has launched Heart for Hope, a charitable initiative  born during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through this incredible initiative, 10% of all handbag and other accessories sales will be donated to the Red Cross and Red Crescent global, through December 31, 2020.

Carolina Herrera Tote: $975 


Personalization Mall: Life, Personalized

This site offers gifts that you can personalize however you choose. Their keepsake journals are immensely popular as you can complete interactive lists and prompts and invite adults and their kids to reflect, write, and doodle together to grow closer in bond. It’s a creative way to connect with each other through 96 interactive pages. The site also offers a cute triple port USB charger that you can customize with two initials or a name. This port allows you to charge multiple devices at once and makes a great gift for both adults and teens.

Between Dad and Me Personalized Keepsake Journal for Boys: $30

Nano Drone: Social Distance Fun For The Kiddos 

This  lightweight drone that flies up to 5mph, using flight technology developed for racing class type drones.  It’s a great gift for boys, even men, who can utilize their time flying a drone both indoors and outdoors. 

Sky Viper DASH Nano Drone: $20

Amazon: Work Hard, Have Fun

Amazon offers a million options for gift-giving, and this Tiny Baking, 17-piece set full of 20 recipes might be the perfect gift for a daughter! The set includes a storage tin, rolling pin, knife, dough cutter, mixing spoons, mixing bowl, pan, pie server, sheet pan, cake/cupcake molds, two-finger mitts, and a 48-page recipe book! It’s real baking with real tools, perfect for the ages of 8 and up. 

Tiny Baking: $20

Every Mother Counts: Helping Women Across the Globe

The founder of the organization, Christy Turlington Burns, works to improve universal access to maternity care for women. You can discover more on the issue and their approach in helping on the site, and their gift-giving options are products designed to support the mission efforts. These products are designed to make a meaningful difference in the lives of mothers everywhere.

Social Goods x Every Mother Counts ‘Mama’ Tote: $40

Holiday gift-giving can be a difficult time, but the holidays are meant to be enjoyed and cherished. These sites can help make gift-giving go a little bit smoother so that you don’t stress your holiday away. What are you planning on buying for your loved ones this Christmas season? Let me know if you use this holiday gift guide and what you plan on buying! Or, tell me what gift sites you used and loved this season. Happy Holidays!

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