Christmas is a wonderful time of year, but sadly not for everyone, so why not celebrate the season of goodwill by adding a charity gift as a stocking filler for a loved one. I’ve put together a few gifts that just keep on giving and could really make a difference this festive season – how about buying a young homeless person Christmas dinner, feed a family in areas such as Yemen, or why not become a tiger protector. My Pick Of Christmas Charity Gifts Oxfam – has lot of options, you can buy an animal for a family in a
I do love fashion with a heart, a brand that champions a charity, a cause or educates a new way of buying, I’m not talking about the one-off charity collaborations, granted they do good, for me it’s about those brands that put giving ahead of profit, one such brand is Jollie Socks, a more-than-profit enterprise that designs incredibly fun socks, who doesn’t love vibrant stripes, while also supporting local homeless charities with its ‘wear a pair, share a pair’ ethos. So, for every pair of socks bought, which FYI come in the most adorable colour-specific can packaging, Jollie Socks donates
Christmas isn’t just about pretty decorations, luxury wishlists, and eating oodles of food, but also a time of year where you can share the love and give back. There are so many ways you can help, from volunteering to sending out charity Christmas cards, to buying a Christmas meal for a homeless person, or why not donate a toy to a child in need. Big or small, doing your bit to spread festive cheer makes the world a happier place. So to help you out I thought I would highlight some charitable causes that you can get behind this festive season.
Fashionista Barbie is much more than just fashion, over the past five and a half years it really has developed into a fashion and lifestyle hub that I’m so proud of, and your wonderful feedback shows that I’m heading in the right direction. The growth of my blog has also meant that I have the ability to share and get behind some great causes, like Anthony Nolan’s #IGiveASpit campaign that I want to share today. Anthony Nolan is all about saving the lives of people with blood cancer and the charity is currently working on highlighting the urgent need for
Every day we are bombarded with charitable causes to support, I’m up to three that I give monthly contributions to, but there’s one charity that seems to just understand how to get the masses involved and that’s Comic Relief and its Red Nose Day initiative. Whether it is buying that chocolate bar, a limited edition Lulu Guinness tote, or one of its iconic red noses, there is something for everyone to get involved in, plus your also getting something in return for helping people in need both at home in the UK and in Africa.