Although most love giving and receiving gifts, few things are better than a gift that positively impacts as many people as possible. At The Tylt, we ask your opinions on the world around you day in and day out, and for this holiday season, we're giving you the opportunity to win a gift that can do some good. Vote below on each of these gifts that give back and enter to win the last prize standing. Check out The Tylt's GIFTAWAY series for more gifts like these.
TOMS is known for giving back. Now, every TOMS product you purchase "enables [TOMS] to invest in local partners around the world who are working to create positive change...." Meanwhile, for every 100% Human product sold by Everlane, the company donates $5.00 to the American Civil Liberties Union. Click here to enter.
Dooney & Bourke partnered with VenturesATL, a nonprofit whose mission is to provide meaningful and sustainable jobs for adults with autism, in order to sell its line of Autism Awareness handbags. Every bag purchased helps employ neurodiverse adults. State backpacks began its story by giving one backpack away for every backpack purchased, but now the company has expanded its giving to different forms: "For every State bag purchased, we'll support American children and families in need ... in the ways they need it most." Click here to enter.
FEED provides access to nutritious meals in 63 countries around the world, including America. The purchase of this bag translates to 100 school meals donated to children in need. WeWood has the goal of restoring Mother Nature by planting 1 million trees by 2020. Every watch purchased means one more tree planted. Click here to enter.
Love Your Melon is dedicated to fighting pediatric cancer and to supporting patients. According to the company, "Fifty percent (50%) of net profit from the sale of all Love Your Melon products is given to support charitable programming through the Love Your Melon Fund and the nonprofits we support." Sackcloth & Ashes sells blankets to give blankets; for every blanket purchased, the company donates another blanket to a homeless shelter near you. Click here to enter.