For the Woman On the Go
Feed via @GirlWithCurves #giftguide #charity

Founded by Lauren Bush, FEED was one of the first mainstream fashion brands to have a charity mission. In an effort to provide children in underdeveloped countries with the food they need, each product is stamped with the number of meals or micronutrient packets you’ll provide a child through purchasing that product. The bags are trend-forward yet functional and come in different sizes, and there are cute jewelry pieces, too— there’s something for everyone!

For the Beauty Buff
Tarteist Pro Palette RED via @GirlWithCurves #charity #giftguide
Tarteist Pro Palette RED Edition

This 20-eyeshadow palette does more than make your eyes pop: Ten percent of every purchase goes to supporting (RED) and the Global Fund’s fight against AIDS in Africa. And if the palette isn’t the right fit, there are other great gift options in the (RED) Shop on Amazon.

For the Friend With a New Home
The Company Store Comforter via @GirlWithCureves #charity #giftguide
The Company Store Comforter

One in five children live in poverty in the U.S. For every comforter purchased, The Company Store will donate one to a homeless child through its partnership with Family Promise affiliates across America, and the child can keep the comforter as he or she transitions from shelters to permanent housing. A great reason to help a friend – and child in need stay warm!

For the Trendsetter
DIFF Eyewear

Have a friend who loves to stand out? DIFF sunglasses come in of-the-moment frames and a wide range of lens options, from classic gradients to reflective polarized lenses in different colors. They’re pretty affordable to begin with (around $50 to $85), and the company gives a pair of reading glasses to someone in need every time you buy a pair of DIFFs.

For the Animal Lover
Bogo via @GirlWithCurves #charity #GiftGuide

It’s no secret that I love my dog, Kingston, like a child, so any brand that gives back to animals is a great one in my book! BOGO Bowl is the first pet food brand to have a charitable mission: For every bag you buy, it donates one to a pet in need.

For the Kiddos
Cuddle and kind via @GirlWithCurves #charity #giftguide
Cuddle + Kind

Handcrafted by women artisans in Peru, Cuddle + Kind’s beautiful knit dolls are not only toys for little ones, they’re also beautiful keepsakes they’ll cherish and pass on. For every doll purchased, the family-run business donates 10 meals to children who need them – and right now, if you buy two dolls, you’ll feed 30 children!

Yobbi via @GirlWithCurves #charity #giftguide

Glitter glue, colorful pens, fun patches, bright backpacks, art supplies — Yoobi’s got them all. And the best part is, they’ve partnered with The Kids in Need Foundation to match school supply donations for every product you purchase.

For Everyone
Amazon Smile via @GirlWithCurves #charity #giftguide
Amazon Smiles

If you shop on Amazon and haven’t signed up for this smart charity service, do it now! Just select the cause you’d like to give back to in your profile, and Amazon will automatically donate 0.5% of the price of any eligible items in your cart to that organization.

Charitable Brands
Do you have any favorite brands that shares a similar, charitable mission as those mentioned above?

Please share them in the comments, if so!