Galleries Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Gifts That Give Back
Peace Collective want Canadians to join in the fight against poverty by helping minimize, and hopefully eliminate, child hunger. Over 1 million Canadian children will face hunger this year.
For every piece that Peace Collective sell, a portion of the proceeds will go to providing school meals to a Canadian child in need through Breakfast for Learning Canada. The goal is to help keep kids in school allowing them to further their education, in the hopes that one day a child will play a vital role in the development and forthcoming footprint of his/her nation.
The HBC Foundation has introduced a bear each year since 2005 that honours an adventurer who was instrumental in shaping the celebrated history of HBC and legacy of Canada. Benefitting charities across Canada, 100% of net proceeds from the sale of each Heritage Charity Bear support the HBC Foundation’s Strength in Stripes program.
Paying homage to his Scottish roots, Tolmie is the first bear in the collection to be outfitted in HBC’s trademark dress tartan, officially recognized on the Scottish Register of Tartans. Tolmie is named after Dr. William Fraser Tolmie, an HBC physician born in Inverness, Scotland, who was a highly-regarded botanist and agriculturalist.
TOMS Cuna baby slippers feature soft faux fur lining, comfortable suede with whipstitch detail and rubberized logo bottom, as well as a vamp strap for natural foot entry and tight closure
For every pair of TOMS shoes purchased, TOMS provides a new pair of shoes to children in need. TOMS has given over 45 million pairs of new shoes to children to date in over 70 countries around the world, across five continents, including Rwanda, Argentina, Peru, Malawi, Guatemala and India.
UNICEF saves children's lives. Right now, in over 190 countries, UNICEF is on the ground helping children and their families survive. By providing healthcare, clean water, food security, education, and emergency relief, UNICEF has saved more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization in history.
Buy a survival gift and help save even more children.