Gifts That Give Back

We are headed into that time of year when we gift and gather. If you’re planning on taking a little something to your favorite host or hostess, why not make the giving give more?

Stay Cozy candles, $30, Organic bamboo bedsheets, starting at $178, Cruelty-free silk pillowcases, $172 for two

Madi Apparel
After a long day of working or cooking, indulge yourself in a silky treat. Madi Apparel, which produces a lovely line of lingerie, also sells organic bamboo bedsheets and cruelty-free silk pillowcases.

Throw in a little aromatherapy with their domestically grown soy wax candle. With names like Smells Like Him, Bamboo Linens, and Fireside Ingredients, how could you resist?

You’ll sleep better knowing that Madi donates underwear to women in need in domestic shelters, homeless shelters, rape clinics, and disaster relief situations.

Do Good plastic-free sponge, $20, Bamboo utensil kit, $14, Beachwood long-handled dish brush, $10

Do Good Co.
While Do Good Co. is known for its terrific and ever-evolving inventory of gently worn and vintage clothing, they carry a line of environmentally friendly and beautiful kitchen accessories as well. Each one—or the set—would be a lovely hostess gift. All purchases at Do Good Co. do good. A percentage of sales are donated to Kids TLC and Wayside Waifs.

Pride KC Heart Flag, $12KC Pet Project Dog Bandanna, $12

Charlie Hustle
Local T-shirt brand Charlie Hustle evokes a vintage look, but often has a forward-thinking cause. Their Communi-tees line supports area not-for-profit organizations. Dress your pet with the KC Pet Project Dog Bandanna or welcome a friend or family member with the Pride KC Heart Flag, which benefits Stonewall Sports.

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