See Five Luxurious Rose Themed Gifts That Give Back
As we move into the “Time is ticking, and I need to complete my online shopping soon!” phase, I wanted to share some gorgeous rose-themed gifts I’ve discovered that give back to various organizations in need.
The sites have been scoured, so all you have to do is click and order.
Let’s take a look:
1. Caswell-Massey Beatrix Rose Bath Soap – the classic rose-themed gift.
First, according to the Caswell Massey site:
You can “make your bath or shower ritual more indulgent with our long-lasting, plant-based Beatrix Rose Soap. Gentle and moisturizing, this triple-milled bath soap features the fragrance of the living Heritage rose. To complete the fragrance, a cocktail of sparkling bergamot and tart black currant sets the stage for the soap’s dramatic heart of living floral Heritage rose and wild fig. A field of aromatic vetiver and soft musk for a beautiful finish complete this unique and very personal blend.”
Every purchase of the Beatrix Rose Soaps directly supports the New York Botanical Garden’s work in plant research, conservation, horticulture, and education.
Stocking stuffer? Yes, please!
This item retails at $11.
2. Estelle Hand-blown Colored Wine Glasses (Set of 6)
Next, according to the FOOD52:
“Well, color us smitten by this sunset-hued stemware. Fun fact: It’s inspired by this maker’s grandmother, who used to snatch up colored glass and other finds at antique shops. There are two shapes for whatever you happen to be pouring (wine glass, coupe, your pick). And the kicker? Everything you see comes all the way from Poland, where it was hand-blown by artisans. We’ll raise a glass to that.”
Food52 is joining Tillamook and American Farmland Trust in the All For Farmers Coalition, which helps farmers in need and works to secure our food supply for generations to come. Every purchase made from their All For Farmers Market benefits farmers across the country.
This set of glasses is so gorgeous. I’ve ordered two sets for two very special women in my life, and can’t wait for them to open this gift!
3. Flat Beaded Bracelet in Blush
Moving on to The Little Market:
“Add a subtle pop of color to your everyday look. Mix and match colors to create a personalized stack.
This bracelet was hand-beaded using ethically sourced glass and 24k gold-finished beads and elastic for easy wearing.”
Each purchase empowers women in Cambodia who have access to fair, dignified employment, skills training, and educational opportunities. They practice an intricate wire-wrapping technique to create delicate designs.
4. The Pretty and Festive Bouquet from Revased – a rose-themed gift for the win!
From the Revased site:
“The Pretty and Festive bouquet includes mixed stems of roses, ranunculus, scabiosa, solomio, and eucalyptus. Please note that as flowers are a live product, colors and varieties may slightly vary from the photos shown to provide you with the freshest and most beautiful bouquet.”
Eco-friendly flowers: Revased will send beautiful, farm-fresh flowers directly from sustainably-minded farms.
Give back to the community: your purchase goes a long way. It helps Revase donate flowers to 6-10 (or more!) non-profits per month!
Who doesn’t love receiving flowers? Donate flowers to someone you love, and know that Revase is donating flowers to non-profits, and brightening their day!
5. Bridgewater Candle 18oz Large Soy Wax Blend Fragranced Jar Candle-Sweet Grace
Lastly, according to Amazon:
“Full-bodied fruits, sparkling tea, and classic patchouli combine to create our best-selling scent- Sweet Grace.
A large jar candle will fill your home with its one-of-a-kind fragrance for up to 145 hours.”
Every time you purchase a Bridgewater candle, we donate 75 cents to Rice Bowls. This non-profit organization provides the food budget for orphanages worldwide where there is no government assistance for food. Each 75 cent donation provides three meals for a child in need through this partnership.
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