Featuring chain-stitched “Aloha” text and hibiscus flower motifs by Australian surfer, artist and musician, Kai Brown (under his moniker All My Relations), Birdwell’s Aloha field jacket references a silhouette donned by WWII soldiers. With an interior tropical print, detachable patch, and a pair of velcro squares for additional patches, this cotton poplin jacket was produced in an edition of 30. 100% of the proceeds from its sale will go to Australian fire support services.
With all proceeds going to Australian wildlife rescue organization WIRES, Noah’s new “Australia” long-sleeve shirt features an ’80s-esque cartoon of a koala—one of the many animals unique to the country that has suffered immense loss during the catastrophic and continuing bushfires. The shirt is available in white or yellow, and in sizes small to XXL, but the brand also encourages customers to donate directly to the organization.
Each product in Frank Body’s Originals Kit is made from all-natural and paraben- and PEG-free ingredients like coffee, sea salt, raw sugar, cold-pressed essential oils, and ethically sourced beeswax. With the brand’s various scrubs—Original Coffee, Express-O Coffee (a no-mess version), Lip, and Face—the set is a great introduction to the Australian-owned brand. For the month of January, Frank is donating 100% of profits to three organizations: the NSW Rural Fire Service, Country Fire Authority and WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation, all of which are working tirelessly during the country’s bushfire catastrophe.
Featuring work by talented women and non-binary writers and artists, the newest edition of the Dope Girls Zine explores the theme ENDINGS, but the publication isn’t folding. Issue 7 (which is available for pre-order now) includes pieces by Kristen N Arnett, Chynna Jenkins, Peyton Fulford, Mattiel, Audra Melton, Amber North, Chelsea G Summers and many others. The zine was founded back in 2016 by Beca Grimm and Rachel Hortman with the mission to create a space within the 420 community that was less centered on men, and a portion of sales is donated to Planned Parenthood.
One of five models to celebrate luxury Swiss watchmaker OMEGA’s partnership with Orbis International (a non-profit NGO that helps with critical eye care worldwide), this stainless steel Speedmaster 38 Co-Axial Chronograph features a self-winding movement and 52-hour battery reserve. Several design touches—the Orbis Teddy Bear counter-weight on the seconds hand, in particular—nod to the welfare organization. For each watch sold, OMEGA donates a portion of the proceeds to Orbis and their Flying Eye Hospital.
Subtle but dually lush and gorgeous, this bouquet of green and ivory roses and winter foliage from Winston Flowers is available in five different sizes and can be delivered anywhere in the United States for the month of December. Beyond a pretty posy, the purchase of this gift benefits the brand’s Charity in Bloom program, with 20% of the purchase price given to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston and NYC’s Madison Square Boys & Girls Club.
With 100% of the purchase price going to the Pupils Project (which provides eye exams and glasses to kids in NYC and Baltimore, with the ultimate intention of ensuring that every US public school student’s needs are met), Jimmy Fallon’s collaborative sunglasses project with Warby Parker contributes to vision protection. The eyewear itself is also good-looking—with a classic mid-century silhouette and matte black color—and unexpectedly fun, as they spin at the left temple.
From London-based jewelry and accessory designer Tateossian, these two-tone cufflinks—in stainless steel and IP gunmetal-plated steel—unscrew to reveal tiny hidden compartments. 30% of all retail proceeds from the item go to the Elton John Aids Foundation. The design represents the HIV drug PrEP—and hopes to highlight how one pill a day can help manage the spread of HIV and hopefully lead to the end of AIDS.
German artist BD Graft’s debut book, Living Things is full of collages and paintings of plants and fruits—some minimal, some colorful and complex, all utterly charming. Published by Zioxla, designed by Affaire, and printed and bound in Barcelona, the softcover book is composed of FSC-certified paper sourced from responsibly managed forests. Further, for every book purchased, one tree is planted.
After the success of his first “Abolish ICE” print (which raised $2000+ for RAICES) Ben Sanders has released a second edition. The design is identical, except for the colors. Released in an edition of 100, this poster measures 24 by 36 inches and is printed on high-quality gloss book stock. Of course, 100% of the profits are given to RAICES, an initiative that offers free and low-cost legal aid to refugees at the southern border of the USA.
The Skateroom and beloved artist Judy Chicago collaborated on this skateboard triptych—a limited edition printing of the artist’s “Return of the Butterfly” lithograph, courtesy of the Jessica Silverman Gallery. Made in an edition of 50, the three boards are seven-ply Grade A Canadian maple. Best of all, 5% of the proceeds will be donated to the Athens-based women in skateboarding non-profit, Free Movement Skateboarding; and an additional 5% will go to Chicago’s arts advocacy non-profit, Through The Flower, thanks to the artist waiving her royalties.
Hand-stitched in NYC, Lingua Franca’s “Mama Knows Best” sweater matches each sale with a $100 donation to Every Mother Counts—an organization dedicated to improving access to quality, respectful maternity care all over the world. Every 100% cashmere garment is embroidered to order and can be customized, but customers should note that will take about two weeks. This charcoal-colored sweater is available from XS to XL.
A straightforward declaration of one’s pronouns, this 2.5-inch They/Them button also benefits The Trevor Project, a national organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ+ youth. Also available in She/Her and He/Him versions, this button helps to advise others of your pronouns with pride.
Vegan and cruelty- and palm oil-free, Hand In Hand’s soaps come in four scents—Cactus Blossom, Citrus Grove, Lavender, and Sea Salt—and each is represented in the brand’s four-pack set. Each uses a base of organic cocoa and shea butter—all-natural, irritant-free ingredients. Plus, for every soap purchased, the brand donates one bar of soap and month’s supply of clean water to a child in need, through a partnership with My Neighbor’s Children, an advocacy group with international reach.
Available in seven colors, Public Supply’s latest limited edition five-by-eight-inch softcover notebook features a velvet cover with crisp type produced through a copper debossing die that’s pressed using a windmill 10,000-ton press. Printed in New Jersey, it’s composed of FSC Certified, Green-E Certified, acid-free, and 10% post-consumer waste 60# natural cream paper. Further, 25% of net profits go to high-need classrooms that focus on creativity.
Handmade in Brooklyn, Haus of Nope’s one-inch “Reading is Fundamental” enamel pin is a visual reminder that everybody has the right learn to read, and have access to books. From each sale, $8 is donated to Books Through Bars, an all-volunteer group that sends donated books to incarcerated people. The pin comes with two rubber backs.