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Give a Little Back This Year When You’re Gifting

This year, while you’re searching out those perfect gifts for those loved ones on your list, consider gifts that give something back. This year, Pottery Barn is happy to present our special collection of gifts that benefit charities across the country. Learn more about the gifts and see who we think would be the best recipient for each.

Mercury Glass Candle Pot and Votive Set For every Etched Mercury Glass Candle Pot and Votive Set sold, Pottery Barn will donate 50 percent of the purchase price directly to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, helping to support research and treatment for pediatric cancer and other deadly childhood diseases. We think that either the candle pot or diffuser set would be a great gift for a girlfriend with a generous spirit.

 

Grand Chenille Throw Give new meaning to the term “cozy” when you gift someone this luxurious throw. Why is the Grand Chenille Throw extra cozy? Pottery Barn has partnered with shelters across the country for the Give a Little Hope Campaign, and proceeds raised through the Give a Little Hope products (like this throw) benefit organizations that work to provide temporary and long-term housing for youth and families. We recommend it for those loved ones in your life who are dedicated readers. Imagine wrapping up in it as they dive into their favorite novel or memoir.

 

Etched Mercury Glass Homescent Gift Basket Set  Another product that benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, we’re in love with the gift basket’s white floral bouquet, which is composed of delicate notes of snow roses, Egyptian jasmine, cotton blossom and crisp bergamot. We can’t think of a nicer gift for a beloved mother-in-law or grandmother.

 

Want to shop the entire collection? Check out all of the products in the slideshow below to find that perfect gift that gives back.

3 thoughts on “Give a Little Back This Year When You’re Gifting

  1. I think it’s too difficult to find the charities that are benefiting from the “give a little hope campaign” as your instructions indicate to search the keywords. If I am giving this to clients – I want them to be able to find what is on the tag!!! I’ve spent 10min – can’t find it – I guess I will re-think these gifts…………….

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