Cyber Monday: Gifts of Hope

If you’re shopping Cyber Monday, try shopping for gifts that make a difference. Check out our post on Black Friday for more discounted products that give back.

World Help:

All international merchandise is 30% off.

“World Help is a faith-based, humanitarian organization that serves the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world. This merchandise is made across the world by people who rely on the sale of these items to survive-each purchase makes it possible for these people to earn a living for themselves and their families.”

Click here to view their merchandise and learn more about World Help.

Oxfam:

Gifts that give back twice: all unwrapped donations are matched 100% today only!

Oxfam is “an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and injustice. [They] are part of Oxfam International, a confederation of 17 Oxfams working in more than 90 countries. Together with individuals and local groups in these countries, [they] save lives, help people overcome poverty, and fight for social justice.”

Click here to view your doubled donations and to learn more about Oxfam.

Krochet Kids International:

Receive 25% off and Free Shipping. Promocode: iwillvotetomorrow

To learn more about Krochet Kids International, click here. To shop Krochet Kids International, click here.

While shopping Cyber Monday don’t forget to check your Slavery Footprint.

Click here, to ask your retailers about their use of slaver labor.

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