The holidays are here! With Black Friday and CyberMonday deals left in the dust and #GivingTuesday marked off the calendar, that doesn’t mean you can’t still combine your two loves: shopping and giving back! These holiday gifts are sure to be winners!
Below are our top five favorite picks for those special people on your shopping list. Plus, each items will be in support of families affected by autism, with a portion of your purchase supporting Generation Rescue.
01. For Your Festive Family Members
We all have that one friend that shows up to the holiday festivities rocking a Santa sweater or a pair of reindeer ears. She’s got mistletoe on the mind and pine in her perfume this time of year. Get her a pair of Beautiful Blue Flake earrings to match her fun and festive personality. Bling Jewelry, $51.99
02. For the Warrior Dads in Your Life
Who says dads can’t rock some bling? This blue Born This Way band is a perfect fit for that lucky guy in your life. Show him just how much you appreciate him with a piece that will light up his world. Bling Jewelry, $28.99
03. For the Mommy Warriors that Love Puzzle Pieces
We are Mommy Warriors and you will hear us roar! No bangle is more striking or stylish as this Autism Awareness piece, crafted with that special mom in mind. Angelica Collection, $25
04. For the Entertainers in Your Life
Not sure to what to buy the hosts of this year’s holiday party? How about something to keep them warm and toasty this season… A bold bottle of red or a light white seem to do the trick just fine! Plus, it supports a good cause! Nothing makes spirits brighter! Dry Farm Wines
05. For the Trend-Setters
Just in time for all the holiday parties, shine your way through with Candace’s favorite pick, the September Bauble. Pair it with Deep Blue hoops or La Belle Bleu Studs to stay on trend. Bling Jewelry, $37.99
Got more holiday gifts to buy?
Amazon is sure to have you covered for all the rest of your holiday gifts! Don’t forget to shop Amazon Smile and mark Generation Rescue your charity. Together, we’ll be making the season bright for families affected by autism.