Available in select legal cannabis dispensaries, Bloom Farms’ 500mg Liquid Live Resin Mimosa cartridge delivers cannabis concentrate produced with a focus on freshness. The live resin designation states that the concentrate is extracted from flash-frozen plant matter, ensuring that the true flavors and terpenes of the plant are embodied in the extract. Produced by Symbiotic Genetics, the Mimosa strain boasts notes of citrus and soft grape and provides a mild, uplifting high. Plus, the purchase of one Bloom Farms cartridge guarantees the donation of one meal through their “One For One” partnership with a number of West Coast food banks.
Made in collaboration with cannabis publication Broccoli Magazine, Goldleaf’s pretty ikebana prints embed the marijuana leaf subtly in larger, delicate floral arrangements by Amy Merrick. Printed on thick, uncoated archival paper, this print comes in one size (18 by 24 inches) and in three iterations: print only, print in walnut hanging rails, and print in maple hanging rails. Best of all, Goldleaf actively supports (financially and through word of mouth) the Project Sanctuary and the Last Prisoner Project.
A collaboration between LA-based Besito and Another Room, this handy little joint and lighter locker safely stores the essentials for an on-the-go smoke session. A cylindrical compartment can fit a joint next to the lighter holder—Besito recommends a standard Bic for the perfect fit. The durable plant-based plastic is easy to clean, should ash or hash clutter the bottom. Best of all, 1% of all proceeds (on all Besito sales) go to Equity First Alliance.
In addition to producing vintage-inspired bike helmets, Thousand commits to supporting environmental and educational projects every year. Their new Climate Collection features Terra Cotta, Coastal Blue, and Arctic Grey colorways with vegan leather straps. Each lightweight helmet has a premium matte rubberized finish and moto trim and is CPSC and EN 1078 safety certified. These helmets also feature a super-practical magnetic fastener that can be manipulated easily with one hand. Until 17 May, Thousand will donate $10 from the sale of each of these limited edition helmets to 1% For the Planet.
Emblazoned with the straightforward and factual “It’s a plant, you’re an animal,” this long-sleeve T-shirt from Miss Grass highlights the way that something born from nature has been stigmatized, racialized and demonized. With 100% of the profits donated to the National Bail Out Fund—an organization led by black people and focused on black people incarcerated pre-trial because they cannot afford bail—this top is more than a slogan.
The brainchild of Alice Murray (Pentagram) and Lauren Priestley (Redwood), the Lost Time print acknowledges and protests the gender pay gap. In the UK—where Murray and Priestley are based—the gap is 17.3% which means women essentially work 63 unpaid days per year. The large-format, limited edition prints depicts these “lost” days, with calendar dates missing to indicate that, until 4 March, women in the UK have been working for free. The B1-size poster is available in an edition of 500, and all proceeds will be donated to non-profits that work toward gender equality within creative industries. There’s also the option to buy one and have another anonymously sent to your CEO. Price is in Pounds.
California’s Taylor Stitch is selling three limited edition corduroy Piston jackets in an online auction right now, with 100% of the proceeds donated to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service. Each jacket is chain-stitched, and our pick of the three is by Tina Vines, with lettering from Golden West Sign Arts. Retro-tinged but concurrently timeless, this 100% organic cotton jacket is versatile and its indigo will wear beautifully over time.
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.