More gifts that give back
BY Denise Albert
There’s nothing better than giving. We know that first hand. Last week, we hosted a blogger party at 77 Kids. There’s nothing better than giving to our peers, so thanks to 77 kids we were able to give shopping sprees to over 50 bloggers and their kids.
And Cassidy is not only a mentor to Fulano, but a great gift to all kids who are looking for inspiration. He was the perfect gift for the day for our kids who couldn’t wait to talk music and ask him questions about what he does.
In our spirit of giving back, we are also donating some of our items to other kids.
And last week we highlighted gifts that give back and many of you asked for more. So with that in mind and in the spirit of giving — we’ve put a few more together for you….
So if you still have shopping to do, or if you want to get a head start for next year, take a look.
A great webstore selling gifts for kids, cares about giving back. They want every child to feel as fortunate as theirs do. So, this December, they are letting our customers be gift heroes! They have 3 awesome hero-themed gifts and will set aside 5% of retail sales of these products to purchase toys for children in need.
Good Deeds Gifts & Bid for a Dream Holiday Auction
Bloomingdale’s has now launched Good Deeds Gifts and theBid for a Dream Holiday Auction. Purchase Bloomingdale’s Little Brown Teddy Bear by Gund for only $18, ornaments from Radko, designed by celebrities such as Heidi Klum, Kim Kardashian, Al Roker and more at only $40 a piece, or the Theodora & Callum multi-print scarf for $175. A portion of each sale will all benefit the Child Mind Institute this holiday season!
SKIP of New York
Deirdre Imus suggests the jewelry from Skip of New York. The No Place Like Home silver pendant is the perfect gift to mark any milestone. You are giving someone a beautiful gift that signifies home and the love it represents so they always carry it with them. Offering two sizes and starting at only $175, 100% of profits from Home Collection jewelry sales go to SKIP of New York to help make the dream of home real for thousands of sick and developmentally disabled kids.