Your artistic talent stops at stick figures. Good thing MZ Wallace enlisted Raymond Pettibon to design the straps of a chic city tote, which culls proceeds for children’s health and education programs in Haiti.
Cure bleak hospital walls with a 200-piece puzzle. Not only is it a lively addition to any space, proceeds from sales benefit RxArt, an organization that curates original artwork for healing centers around the country.
Gym mats are pretty gnarly. Purify your practice with Manduka’s Prolite mat, eQua Plus towel, and Mat Renew spray. To ensure good karma, the company donates 10 percent of your purchase to the Cedric Martin School in Nicaragua.
Ninety bucks might seem steep for a dog collar, but consider this: Each Art for the Animals design is beaded by a Maasai woman who uses the proceeds to educate her daughter. A portion of proceeds also goes to the Wildlife Conservation Network.
Supermodel Coco Rocha designed Sophorn with two goals: Stop trafficking and enslavement of women in Cambodia and create a necklace with epaulettes. We made that second one up, but we think the fusion is genius.
Sip your way to a better world. For every tea box you steep, Luna Roasters shares a portion of proceeds with your charity of choice: Project C.U.R.E., Habitat for Humanity, Children’s Hospital, or Animal Care & Control of NYC.