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Holiday Guide to Gifts that Give Back for Him

Check out our Holiday Guide to Gifts that Give Back for Him. Give clothing, gift the opportunity of vision or plant a tree! Products with a manifesto for #SocialGood double as gifts that make an impact. Purchase with purpose and check out these amazing gifts that give back for the men in your life.

Holiday Guide to Gifts that Give Back for Him

1. Kardo Chocolate Wooden Watch, $159.95 CAD

WeWOOD’s all-natural-wooden watches not only look great, but are great for the environment too! This Kardo Chocolate Wooden Watch was made from reclaimed and recycled wood, and is completely free of toxic and artificial materials. PLUS, WeWOOD plants a tree for every watch sold. How’s that for eco-friendly?

2. Men’s Holiday Calf Sock 8-Pack, $108 USD

Everyone loves a good pair of festive footwear, so check out Bombas’ long-lasting and comfortable socks.  This Youth Holiday Calf Sock 8-pack will keep your toes warm all winter long. Guaranteed not to have painful toe seams, annoying pilling or no-shows slippage. The best part? For every pair of socks you buy, Bombas donates a pair to someone affected by homelessness. That’s 8 for you, and 8 for someone in need!

3. Chive Charities Coin Wraps, $39.99 USD

These Chive Charities Coin Wraps from Combat Flip Flops look great and are made from unexploded ordnance or UXO — a.k.a. landmines left over from the Vietnam War. The proceeds from each bracelet helps clear 3-square-metres of UXO in Laos.

4. Blue Jays ‘Home is Toronto’ Varsity T-shirt, $45 CAD

Want to represent your home team or show some love for your hometown? Check out items from the HOME IS/Fan Collective collections from Peace Collective — like this  Blue Jays ‘Home is Toronto’ varsity t-shirt.  For every garment sold, Peace Collective donates three meals to one of their partnered food banks.

5.  4 Blend Variety Pack, $61.18 CAD

For the coffee love in your life, why not go with some beyond fair trade coffee? Doi Chaang Coffee partnered with Doi Chaang Village to help the residents create a sustainable life system. With every bag of coffee you buy, you help this village achieve lasting self sufficiency.

6. Graphite Adjustable Cuffed Beanie, $26 USD

The weather is getting colder and it’s time to bundle up! Say warm with accessories from Miscoots like this Graphite Adjustable Cuffed Beanie. For every American-made accessory sold, one of equal value is donated — plus, they hire transitioning homeless folks to help package their items.

7. Winston Jet Black Frames, $150 CAD

Don’t know about you, but our eyes are dying from looking at screens every day while we work from home — solution: a new set of Warby Parker specs! Before COVID, Warby had a one-for-one program where they would donate a pair of glasses to someone in need with every purchase. Now they have shifted their focus and provide personal protective equipment and preventative health supplies to healthcare workers and communities in need with every purchase.

8. The Troubadour, $179.99 USD

Looking for beautiful, high-quality headphones? Try LSTN Sound’s headphones, earbuds or speakers. Proceeds from every purchase are donated to the Starkey Hearing Foundation to help provide hearing aids to those in need, worldwide.

9. Men’s Juniper Hoodie, $78 CAD

There’s something about a quality sweater that makes you feel comfy cozy this time of year, so how about gifting this Men’s Juniper Hoodie from tentree? For every piece of clothing sold, tentree plants ten trees in your honour. What’s even more cool is they also send you a coded medallion with your purchase that tells you exactly where in the world your ten trees were planted. Pretty nifty!

10. Sauce Like A Boss Combo Kit, $31.99 CAD

For the chef in your life, try this Sauce Like a Boss combo kit from Good Food for Good. For every jar or organic sauce you buy, Good Food for Good donates a meal to a person in need. So far, they’ve provided 2,057,876 meals through their food bank partnerships. That’s a lot of Christmas dinners!

Image credits: WeWOODBombasCombat Flip-FlopsPeace CollectiveDoi Chaang Coffee, MiscootsWarby ParkerLSTN Sound Co., Ten TreeGood Food for Good

This post contains products that we use and love, and know you will too! Some items have affiliate links, which means we’ll receive a commission if you purchase through our link, at no extra cost to you. This doesn’t affect which products are included in our post, as we have specially curated our list for their quality and charitable components.

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