10 Christmas Gifts that Fight Human Trafficking

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This Christmas find the perfect gifts for friends and family while fighting human trafficking. Whether you’re shopping for a trend-setter, an adventurer, or a bookworm, find the perfect gift while making a big impact in survivor’s lives.

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Darling Magazine

Product featured: The Balance Issue

Each issue is filled with honest, empowering stories from real women. A beautiful quarterly magazine built on the foundation of empowerment with a “no-retouching” policy.

Shop Darling Magazine | $20

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Citizens  & Darling

Product featured: Freedom Fighter Unisex Tee

For the freedom-fighting men, women and kids in your life, check out Citizens & Darling’s ethically made clothing focused on restoring positive identity to survivors. The Freedom Fighter tee is a unisex, super soft tee that takes a stand against trafficking.  

Shop Citizens & Darling | $28-$40

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The Arise Box

Product featured: “Share” Box

If you’ve got someone on your list who is obsessed with discovering new ethical products, this is the perfect gift. The Arise Box is a beautifully curated quarterly subscription box that features products from ethical brands. Plus every box you buy helps build a care package for a human trafficking survivor.

Shop The Arise Box | $50

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Cait & Co.

Product featured: Luxe Dead Sea Mud & Mint Facial Mask

Perfect for stocking-stuffers and the people on your list who love a good soap. Cait & Co. bath and body products that use 5% of each sale to empower at risk women to start a micro-business of soap making in countries like Senegal, Uganda, Tibet and more.

Shop Cait & Co. | $4-$24

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Ethic Goods

Product featured: Morse Code Bracelets

Give a secret message to someone with words like “hope” or “strength” are hidden inside Ethic Good’s Morse Code Bracelets. Each simple, handcrafted piece of jewelry is made by women rescued from human trafficking while they’re recovering in holistic care facilities.

Shop Ethic Goods | $14-$130

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Thistle Farms

Product Featured: Relaxation Gift Basket

Treat someone to a beautiful and organic body & home product made by survivors in Nashville, Tennessee. Thistle Farms teaches business skills to residents and graduates of their two-year residential program for survivors.

Shop Thistle Farms | $4-$60

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Dear Survivor

Product featured: Isle Cluster earrings

Gorgeous leather bags and gemstone jewelry for the minimalist and trendsetters in your life. Shop with confidence knowing that 10% of every sale goes towards GenerateHope, a San Diego based nonprofit dedicated to helping human trafficking survivors.

Shop Dear Survivor | $36-$482

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The Tote Project

Product featured: Free to Grow (Herb Edition) Pouch

Beautifully airy and hopeful designs featured on sturdy canvas totes and pouches keep the on-the-go person in your life happy and stylish. All fair-trade bags are sewn in India by women who’ve made the choice to journey out of the sex industry and into freedom. Plus 20% of the profits are donated to Two Wings to help survivors in the United States pursue their dreams.

Shop The Tote Project | $21-$30

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Product featured: People Over Power Hoodie

Find the gifts made for power-house women in your life while fighting sex trafficking with statement-making hoodies, tees, hats, buttons, and jewelry. MySister sources materials ethically and donates 10% of net proceeds to their nonprofit partners like MN Girls Are Not For Sale and The Link. So far they’ve donated $104,000 to fight sex trafficking through their nonprofit partners.

Shop MySister | $1.50-$78


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Uncvrd Jewelry

Product featured: Hadley Choker

For the dainty jewelry lover, Uncvrd Jewelry is a win. Each piece donates 40% of the proceeds to nonprofits fighting human trafficking and so much more. Uncvrd fights trafficking on all sides from preventative youth workshops to parenting with the Long Beach Prosecutor’s Office to help fund life-giving programs for survivors and everything in between.  

Shop Uncvrd Jewelry | $42-$68



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About the Author

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Cassidy believes everyone can make a difference in the world. Through her lifestyle subscription box, The Arise Box, she introduces people to products that change the world while using part of the profits to fight human trafficking. She spends her free time attempting (often failing) to be graceful on aerial silks and trapeze, reading, or hanging out with her three-legged dog.