6 Stocking Stuffers That Give Back to California Wildfire Relief
Proceeds from these giftable products go toward disaster relief in the wildfire-ravaged state and beyond
The recent wildfires that have been ravaging multiple parts of California have been nothing short of tragic, and many residents are increasingly getting displaced as structures continue to burn. With gift-giving season rapidly approaching, there are many ways to channel the spirit of the holidays into helping the victims of the fires. Volunteering is always a great way to give the gift of your time. You can donate to one or more charitable organization in honor of someone on your list; we rounded up a few that are currently collecting donations for CA wildfire victims. If you still want to provide something your gift recipient can unwrap, consider these products. Proceeds of their sales will go toward wildfire cleanup efforts in California and across the country—in other words, they’re the gifts that keep on giving. Here are five ways to spread the love.
Courtesy of Keep Nature Wild
Say It with a StickerShare pride for #CALIFOREVER with an impactful sticker perfect for gracing a car bumper, reusable water bottle, or laptop. 100% of proceeds from sticker sales will go towards wildfire relief in the disaster stricken state.
Jot It Down
The pine tree motif on this adorable pocket-sized journal screams holiday, but also has us dreaming of our next camping trip.
Layer It On
The design of this stylish short-sleeve T was inspired by the 2017 Sonoma County fires. Displaying a proud Phoenix and the mantra “Rise from the Ashes,” it’s a message of hope to carry over into the new year.
This unisex long-sleeve T-shirt pledges allegiance to exploring wild nature (while serving as the perfect layer for a day of it).
Put a Lid on It
A wool beanie is perfect for outdoor adventures in the cool months ahead, and this rich maroon color has us feeling all kinds of warm and fuzzy.
‘Bye-’bye, single-use plastic straws. These reusable, dishwasher-safe silicone ones are friendlier on the planet (and the wallet) and with their cheerful hues, they’ll liven up stark winter days.