From Social Change-Promoting Handbag Designs to Anti-Hate Clothing Lines

 - Dec 8, 2018
Social good gifts come in all shapes and forms. Whether it is a charitable item or one that raises awareness about social conduct, purchasing such products definitely contributes on a level that goes beyond the traditional ritual of gift-giving.

Some social good gifts are tied to the concept of sustainability — a worthy example of this would be Parley for the Oceans and Corona's fundraising upcycled glasses. Other initiatives take a strong political stance that gets recognized on a global level. Michele Pred's collection of vintage-sourced handbags boldly advocate for social change and the designs even made a debut at the 2018 Oscars. The third variety of social good gifts have a strong impact on education, with a focus on safety, inclusivity, awareness and equality.