Good to Give



These products look great, plus they have a feel-good aspect to them as they support nonprofit organizations—a winning combination in this season of giving.—Andrea Lillo


Meryl Streep designed this Christopher Radko ornament for Bloomingdale’s. One hundred percent of the $40 ornament benefits the Child Mind Institute.

One Kings Lane
For the holidays, One Kings Lane is offering limited-edition gift wrap creations designed from top style icons in support of a variety of philanthropic causes. The Rachel Zoe paper here, for example, will benefit Save the Children.

The 2012 version of Bloomingdale’s Little Brown Bear by Gund sports a chic orange and lime color-block sweater; $3.50 from the sale of every bear benefits the Child Mind Institute.

An exclusive design for UNICEF, the Dove decorative bowl is made of brushed aluminum in India.

Ten Thousand Villages
Fair trade retailer Ten Thousand Villages offers an exclusive Winterberry candle holder made by metal workers in Moradabad, India.

The Give Lenox & Give Back Campaign, which includes 10 items such as the Recordable Snowman Figurine, benefits four charitable organizations focused on feeding the hungry: Project Open Hand in Atlanta, Project Angel Food in Los Angeles, God’s Love We Deliver in New York City and Food & Friends in Washington.

Available at PB teen, the ASPCA watercolor pillow cover collection celebrates our furry friends in a crisp pen-and-ink style with watercolor highlights.

Carpet One Floor & Home
The Holiday Ornaments welcome mat is one of the newest designs in Carpet One’s campaign to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society.

West Elm
Ocean conservation organization Oceana and Heifer International are two of the nonprofits participating in West Elm’s charity mug collection. Half of the purchase price from the sale of each mug will go to the organization represented.