Shop for Hope Gifts – Giving Back Over the Holidays #SJHolidayGifts

This holiday season, choose a gift that gives back from the Canadian Women’s Foundation’s exclusive Shop for Hope line. This year Canadian Women’s Foundation has partnered with Winners and HomeSense to bring a line of Holiday gifts which will bring happiness to the receiver while also bringing hope to women and children because 100% of net proceeds help support local shelters and violence prevention programs in your community.

These investments assist over 450 emergency shelters, fund programs that help women rebuild their lives from abuse, and teach young people how to stop and prevent violence for good.

With everything from the Shop for Hope line under $30, there is guaranteed to be something for everyone on your list this holiday season! From cozy home accessories to festive décor, find a meaningful gift for your colleagues, friends or family. Every purchase makes a difference.

With our Holiday Gift Guide, each of the bloggers has a charity which they’re donating to, we plan on adding to our donation by purchasing Gifts of Hope for those on our lists! These items are simply lovely and again, 100% of the profits go to charity so it’s a fine choice all around.

To find out more about Canadian Women’s Foundation head to their website, Follow them onTwitter and on Facebook.

Buffalo Check Knit Throw – $29.99

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Photorealism Cushion – $24.99


Plush Owl – $14.99


Polar Bear Snow Globe – $16.99


Buffalo Check Ceramic Mug – $5.99


Ceramic Mug – $5.99


Tabletop Tree – $14.99


Buffalo Check Knit Cushion – $24.99


Reusable Shopping Bags – $1.79ea


For more gift ideas, head on over to the Holiday Gift Guide main page where you can browse by category for everyone on your list!


If you’re looking for Christmas gift ideas for more people on your list, make sure to check our the rest of our Holiday Gift Guide features and don’t forget to join us for the #SJHolidayGifts Twitter Party on December 9th at 9pm EST, RSVP HERE.



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