Holiday Conscious Gift Guide Curated by House of G&C
Creating a home for a global community of conversation changers to empower people everywhere offers quite the reason to celebrate. For Holiday 2018, we’re honored to curate a collection of Conscious x House of G&C approved gifts that embody the spirit of the global Conscious community. This year’s digital gift guide celebrates local and artisan-made Conscious brands to gifts that directly support a non-profit organization, and most importantly, ones that create opportunities that allow everyone to become a conscious storyteller through their own unique style.
Org-fair trade brand, jewelry made by female survivors of violence in Tunisia
New Carthage mon Amor collection, Gemma Signet Rings, $108-300
Me to We
Social enterprise that supports female artisans in Kenya
Holiday Statements Rafiki Bracelet, $10
To Write Love on Her Arms
Non-profit dedicated to fighting against depression and suicide, and focus on positivity and hope
Three Coffee Mugs Bundle, $30
Speak Your Silence
A non-profit that exists to speak up against sexual abuse, and prevent sexual abuse and assault by sharing the voices of those affected.
Soy Candles, $24
Together We Rise
Non-profit that offers programs created to provide a way for people who cannot become foster parents to still have a meaningful and effective way to help children in foster care.
Giving Back Box, 10 Sweet Cases- $250
Giving Rocks Foundation
Giving Rocks started in 2007 as a passion project by 10-year-old Sydney Martin after a diagnosis of LCH. After researching LCH, Syd and her family were shocked to find that the potentially fatal blood disease with little research devoted to it. Syd started selling her unique rock necklaces made from the shores of Lake Michigan to raise money for medical research, and Syd Rocks was born. A few years later Syd Rocks expanded to Giving Rocks Foundation, an organization with a powerful mission to eliminate all pediatric cancer, with a focus on LCH.
Lariat choker with stones, $70
Round + Square
Designed with passion and driven by values. Donates 10% to Equality Now.
Fearless Cashmere Scarf made in Italy, $290
Born This Way Foundation
Non-profit founded in 2012 by Lady Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta. The Born this Way Foundation was created to empower youth and inspire bravery, kindness and mental health wellness. Unisex Pink or Black “Be Kind” shirts, $30-40
Support national non-profits with each bottle of wine you purchase. Or become a host and donate 10% of event orders to the charity of your choice.Bottles start at $25 and up.
Tons of Gift Boxes starting at $49.99-229.99.
Pinot for Paws! Woof box gives back to help fund pet adoptions.
The Giving Keys
One of the pioneers of the give back movement, The Giving Keys helps provide jobs for individuals transitioning out of homelessness in Los Angeles
Gold or Silver Key Ornament, $25
An accessories company dedicated to inspiring meaningful conversations and positive action within ourselves and our communities. MyIntent supports local charities within the USA and creates awareness for a variety of health and education causes through donating a portion of sales to different organizations
What’s Your Word Classic Maker Kit, $140
Notebooks that support local artists and builds schools around the world. Since 2011, Denik has helped fund schools in Mali, Guatemala, Laos and Ghana.
Epic Bundle, for $75
Giving Style: Social enterprise shop a for-profit business with the key objectives to empower/give to back/community Be a part of a movement that invests back into in the business’s social objectives or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to deliver profit solely to shareholders and owners
Social enterprise jewelry that gives back to the city of Detroit. Employs women in Detroit by educating them, empowering them and also preserving a piece of Detroit’s historic graffiti walls in one of a kind sterling silver jewelry.
NEW unisex Dog tag necklaces, $60 and the Karen Collection earrings, $275
Employs individuals transitioning out of homelessness. Clothing is hand-painted and upcycled in Los Angeles. All of the proceeds go directly back into the non-profit which brings vital basic necessities to the streets of Los Angeles to help restore dignity and rekindle optimism to people experiencing homelessness.
Farmer Jacket $225