Alright, shopping fiends. You’ve had your adrenaline-packed Black Friday and your shop-from-home Cyber/Makers Monday and now it’s time to finish out your Christmas list with gifts that give back. In honor of #GivingTuesday, the holidays and a whole slew of socially-minded companies, we’ve found gifts for everyone on your list that not only bring joy to your giftee, but also to someone in need. Shop for good and give these great organizations your love, not just today but year-round.

1. Far & Wide Collective: Female artisans around the world are able to make a living weaving these gorgeous, traditional baskets. The company gives people market assistance so they’re able to get a wider audience for their goods.

Emerald Basket With Peach Stripes ($59): This sisal basket comes in an array of colors made from natural dye. It’s made in Kenya by women who have spent their whole lives weaving them up.

2. LUSH: This company makes tons of great face and body products without preservatives using only vegetarian ingredients and does not test on animals. They fight against animal testing in other ways too, namely through information and encouragement.

Festive Cheer Bath Kit ($17): For less than 20 buckaroos, you can get Hot Toddy shower gel that’s made with ginger and cinnamon and Yog Nog soap that smells good enough to eat… but don’t. It’s soap. If you’re getting this as a gift, you’re going to need to get one for yourself to.

3. Harry’s: From the people who brought your Warby Parker comes an equally stylish company for men’s shaving needs. 1% of all sales and time at the company goes to organizations that prep people for professional success.

Winter Winston Set ($30): Complete with razor, shave gel and back-up blades, this kit is perfect for every man in your life.

4. Sevenly: Every week, Sevenly chooses a new cause to donate to and $7 of whatever item you purchase goes to that cause. They even show a chart of how much they’ve raised each day right on their home page. This week, the cause is Mercy Ships, which provides surgery to children in the Congo.

It’s Weird Flowy Long Sleeve Tee ($36): This shirt totally speaks to us and it’s saying, “Buy me.” In fact, we’re thinking we may wear this around as our new mantra.

5. Noonday Collection: This company sells handcrafted pieces made by women in Uganda, Ecuador, Guatemala, Rwanda and other countries around the world. By providing work, good wages and scholarships, Noonday is bringing people out of poverty through entrepreneurship.

Kampala Necklace ($64): The year of orchid is almost over, but we’d wear this handmade in Uganda statement necklace right through 2015.

6. Sseko Designs: By funding Ugandan women’s education and providing employment, they’re helping families emerge from poverty. They partner with artisan groups in East Africa to create all the beautiful goods you see on their site, including footwear, accessories and leather bags.

Woven Voyage Natural Clutch ($66): The rollover clutches on Sseko are so swoon-worthy. They’re just the right size to fit your phone, your wallet and your other carry-everywhere goods.

7. Better Life Bags: This organization is helping women right here in the US, providing employment to women in Detroit who are having trouble finding work, along with 20% of the population there.

Design-Your-Own Laptop Sleeve ($75): You’ve been meaning to invest in a proper laptop bag — now’s the time! Better Life offers the option to customize your bag with different fabrics.

8. Tukula: All of the stunning items sold on this site are made by young seamstresses in Uganda who are in need of work. Not only do they get fair wages from Tukula, they receive medical care and paid internships.

The Long Headwrap ($10): Stylish turban headbands are here to stay. Wear it with a top knot, or dress up a messy hair day with this totally gorgeous wrap. Plus, it’s only $10.

9. Barnabas: 10% of all sales made on Barnabas go to The Living Room International, a Kenya-based organization that provides care to people living with HIV/AIDS through a large, comfortable inpatient facility.

Nguvu Bangle ($51): Talk about the perfect bangle for any jewelry lover (soo… anyone on your list). If you’re shopping for someone a little more #justwokeuplikethis, they have a pretty sweet selection of scarves and beanies too.

10. PopNod: This fashion site teams up with style and beauty brands you already know and love to donate a portion of every purchase to a charity of your choice.

RGB Rose Gold Polish ($18): Get a gold mani, give to charity. Baddbing, baddaboom!

11. Headbands of Hope: For every headband purchased on this site, one is given to a little girl with cancer and $1 is donated to cancer research.

The Boho ($23): Dress up your daily ‘do updo with these cute beaded bands.

12. Cole + Parker: Everyone needs socks, and you really, really need these socks. Cole + Parker’s sock pros have a one for one model, with proceeds loaned to entrepreneurs through Kiva.

Escape ($28): There’s no better time to up your man’s sock game than the holidays. Go geo with this festive pair that he’ll definitely want to cuff his jeans for.

13. Sword and Plough: All of the bags sold on this site are made from military surplus material and they work to support veteran-owned American manufacturing companies. 10% of every sale is donated back into veteran initiatives.

The Weekender ($323): It’s the perfect size for weekend getaways by car or by plane. The fabric part of the bag is made from military tents and the leather is right from the U.S. of A.

14. Toms: Their shoes have gotten cuter and cuter every season while their one-for-one mission stays the same: for every pair you buy, Toms gives a pair of shoes to a person in need.

Multi Grey Wool Women’s Slippers ($49): You can slip into these cozy foot warmers every morning. You know, they’re so cute you could probably wear them out, too.

15. LSTN Headphones: LSTN brings hearing aids to kids who are hearing impaired through the Starkey Hearing Foundation. With every pair of headphones you buy, you help fund their mission.

Beechwood Troubadours With Mic ($149): We love when people bring natural textures to tech. These wood headphones are head turners prefect for the music lovers on your list.

16. (RED): Founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver almost a decade ago, this organization gets big businesses to donate portions of their income to the fight against AIDS.

Apple iPad Air Smart Cover ($39): What’s great about each purchase made on (RED), is that it tells you the amount of life-saving medication your item provides. This one’s a pretty great bet for your favorite tech lover.

17. Ten Thousand Villages: When you buy an item from this site, you’re supporting the artisans in developing worlds who made it. Each item even comes with a back story. Believe us, you’ll want to hear it.

Fresh Mint Soap ($5): Artisan soap for $5? You can’t beat that for a stocking stuffer. This soap was handmade in India with sales helping to fund land and homes for the people who made it.

18. Miir: Clean water is a resource that’s not readily available in many areas of the world. When you buy a water bottle from Miir, you’re aiding efforts to bring clean water to people who need it.

800 ML Slate ($25): This durable, chip-resistant bottle is BPA free and ready to hydrate your favorite adventurer.

19. Hand in Hand: With each item purchased, this US-based organization donates a bar of soap and a month of clean water to help prevent diseases.

Sea Salt Candle ($32): For every hand poured candle purchased, Hand in Hand will save 50 square feet of rainforest, and donate one bar of soap and a month of clean water to a child in the developing world to help reduce deadly water related illness. Light it up!

20. World Wildlife Foundation: WWF is one of the most well known organizations fighting to conserve the habitat of endangered species around the world. With each donation, you can get a perk.

Golf Umbrella ($55 donation): This giant umbrella will shield you from that winter rain, and make you feel great about helping the animals.

21. Heifer International: For the person who doesn’t need any more stuff, give them a goat. Well… actually give a goat in their name. This foundation gives goats to families to provide milk and agricultural opportunities for impoverished families.

Give a Goat ($10-120): You can donate as little as $10 or as much as $120 to give a family a goat. You can donate in someone’s name…or ask your friends and family to donate instead of getting you a gift.

22. Krochet Kids: All of these cozy items are made in Peru by people who are employed and educated by the company.

The Becks Beanie ($26): Do not fear the pom pom. Face winter from under this stylish beanie with a little bit of quirk.

23. Laughing Man: All of the revenue made from these products go right back into education, community and business development for new entrepreneurs. Did we mention that Hugh Jackman is one of the co-founders?

Mocha Java Dreams ($100): Coffee is the gift that keeps on giving. This gift set comes complete with coffee, cocoa and glass mugs to help your favorite java lover (or tea fiend!) survive the season.

24. Warby Parker: This is one of the first popular companies to join the one for one model and since they started, they’ve distributed one million pairs of glasses to people in need. That’s a lot of stylish specs.

Quimby Sunglasses: No matter how dreary with winter weather gets, style lovers still face it with a sunny disposition. These vintage-looking frames are perfect for the holidays.

How are you giving back this holiday season? Let us know in the comments!