Thursday, November 28, 2013

Give Thanks

I have so much to be Thankful for on this Thanksgiving and I truly believe it is
 always better to give than to receive. So while being bombarded with Black Friday Deals why not look for give gifts that give back.
I love company's that give back, I love that my purchase is doing something good for someone else. 
There are so many people in our own backyard, that are hungry and homeless as well as worldwide. So while shopping for holidays gifts why not give a gift that helps the hungry, the sick, the less fortunate.

Lauren Bush started this incredible company Feed Project that feeds hungry children across the world

                 The purchase of this Messenger Bag $100 will provide 100 meals to hungry children

The purchase of this Feed 10 tote with pouch
Provides 10 school meals to hungry children

What a great hostess gift wine that gives back
100% of the proceeds of Thorny Rose wine benefits
Waves for Water and goes to help those effected
by Super Storm Sandy

My favorite charity is St Judes, and aside from sending monetary donations to straight St. Judes Pottery Barn and St. Judes have teamed up, for every candle or pillow sold between November 1, 2013, to January 2, 2014, Pottery Barn will donate 50% of the purchase price to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, helping to support research and treatment for pediatric cancer and other deadly childhood diseases.
Honestly what is better than that??

Evelyn Lauder Dream Compact with Pleasures Solid Perfume $49.50
100% of the price will go to
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®.

I love these Dutzi Bags not only are they great bags but
your purchase will give more work to more to the Mayan people and help them  to provide for their families, but also strengthen the community

 Who doesn't love Kiehl's the Creme de Corps Grapefruit Whipped body Butter  $38
100% of net profits (up to $100,000) of Limited Edition Creme de Corps Whipped collection will support Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign to help end childhood hunger in America.

Feed Projects, Thorny Rose, Pottery Barn, Estee Lauder, Dutzi Shop, Kiehls

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