Stand-out Stockings - Last minute stocking stuffers that do good!

by Emily Betzler December 12, 2017

Stand-out Stockings - Last minute stocking stuffers that do good!

This year give Stocking Stuffers that stand-out; items that do good by pouring hope, love and opportunity back into the world.

  Christmas is almost here!  As the hustle and bustle of the season closes in - it's easy to forget about gifts for those stockings until the last minute...which means they often get filled with random and meaningless knick-knacks.  But if you're reading this, you know that every purchase has serious power to transform lives, to give hope and restoration...and we are here to make it easy for you to use your power for good this Christmas...especially with your stocking stuffers!

Read on for how you can stuff an ethical stocking with real impacts for less than $100.

The best part about Bought Beautifully's stocking stuffers?  The beautiful story cards that accompany these products provide the perfect opportunity for your family to slow-down and contemplate a fresh perspective of thankfulness and generosity this Christmas. So get your stocking stuffing wrapped up today - just click on the links to purchase individual items or purchase a box that includes all of the featured items here for $99 and we'll throw in fast and free shipping! Give Empowerment
Haitian Copper Bracelet Handmade leather and copper bracelet from Haitian artisans. Providing job opportunities and empowerment. $12.00
  Give Peace
Hand-carved bird ornament made by artisans in Rwanda. Providing sustainable employment and hope for a better future. $9.00 Hand-carved Bird Ornament
  Give a Fresh Start
Natural soap made in refugee camps by people displaced by ISIS activity.Provides a real economic impact for those who have lost everything except the hope for a brighter future.Made with pure olive oil & wild chamomile.$10.00 OR $10.00 (Men's Kinsman Soap)
  Give Hope
Leather tassel key chain made by Haitian artisans. Providing empowerment and opportunity to families in Haiti breaking the cycle of poverty. $10.00 Haitian gifts
Give Love
The Kuni Spoon Set is hand-carved by artisans in Kenya from locally sourced olive wood. Providing sustainable jobs to women rescued and rehabilitated from the grips of human trafficking. $18.00
  Give Love
Handmade Brass Cuff created by Haitian artisans. Providing job opportunities and empowerment. $16.00
  Give Joy
Give the gift of joy with these encouraging note cards created to remind friends and family of God's love for all people no matter their circumstance.$6.95
  Give Opportunity
druzy earrings These favorite sparkling Druzy Earrings are handmade by artisans in Honduras. Providing sustainable jobs to women rescued and rehabilitated from the grips of human trafficking. $18.00
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