Take Me to the Woods Gift Box from Parks Project
Parks Project was created to transform park enthusiasts into a movement of park champions. In addition to donating a portion of every sale to fund projects through one of their 50 park conservancy partners, they also coordinate volunteer days to service National Parks. In addition to their gift box, we love their candles and playing cards that bring a bit of the outdoor spirit in!
Sustainability | Gives Back
Books from BookShop.com
From children’s books to books that will expand your understanding of other people to books that help you get away from your reality for a bit, there’s a book that is the perfect gift for everyone. Be sure to purchase your book from a local independent retailer like Vroman’s, The Last Book Store, or Book Soup. If you aren’t familiar with a local book store, you can also purchase books from BookShop.com which distributes profits to local independent bookstores.
Unpaper Towels from Marley’s Monsters
Marley’s Monsters is a one-stop shop for eco-friendly, reusable products and unique baby goods. Their eco shop focuses on reducing waste with multi-functional products that save your finances in addition to the environment. In addition to their well-known Unpaper Towels, we love their reusable coffee filters, linen tea bags, and trash bin liners.
Sustainability | Small Business | Women-Owned
Confluence Wool Blanket from Eighth Generation
Eighth Generation is a Seattle-based art and lifestyle brand owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. All of Eighth Generation’s blankets are designed by native artists and provides a strong, ethical alternative to “Native-inspired” art and products through its artist-centric approach and 100% Native designed products. Purchases build business capacity among cultural artists while addressing the economic impact of cultural appropriation.
Minority-Owned | Artistic Heritage
Lucky Iron Fish from Lucky Iron Fish
The Lucky Iron Fish is a simple cooking tool that makes it easy to add a boost of natural iron to your daily meals. It provides 6-8mg of iron per use, which is more than 50% of your daily required iron intake. Simply add your Lucky Iron Fish to any boiling liquid (such as soup, stew, curry, or even water with some citrus) for 10 minutes. That’s it, you now have iron-rich water or food! A portion of every sale goes to help undernourished communities around the world.
Statement Purses from Naeela Designs
Naeela Designs believes that you do not have to pick between fashion and sustainability. They design cruelty-free statement pieces with sustainability in mind. Each of their items are a perfect presentation of imperfect materials. They are made by hand with pieces of mosaic, tiles, stones, and recycled metal. In addition to looking visually stunning, 10% of the sale of each purse funds the 24-hour telephone and TTY crisis line for women who are or have experienced abuse.
Sustainable | Gives Back | Women-Owned | Minority-Owned
Inspiration Pillows from The Trini Gee
From black girl superheroes to black astronauts, The Trini Gee features pillows, as well as lines of home décor, accessories, and apparel that showcase their founder’s diverse interests and pride. Her designs are infused with “melanin and culture” in addition to being fun and delightful.
Women-Owned | Minority-Owned
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