Gifts for the Minimalist

We all have that person in our life who isn’t too crazy about having “stuff.” So what to get them? Something they can actually use on multiple occasions and will appreciate the simplicity of the item!

Morse Code Beaded Bracelets by Kind Karma-$38

Kind Karma is a meaningful, minimalist jewelry line empowering at-risk and transitioning homeless youth in Toronto. Their unique jewelry is great for adding a touch of shine and dazzle to any outfit.

Sterling Silver Bar Necklace by BRANDED Collective- $44

This beautiful necklace can be paired with anything and is made by survivors of human trafficking in Tennessee. Recipients can register their jewelry and send a message of Hope to survivors.

Coffee Gifts

Pour Over Coffee Maker by Ten Thousand Villages- $21

Ten Thousand villages works in partnership with a nonprofit organization empowering Vietnamese artisans to generate income, with a focus on ethnic minorities, street children and artisans with disabilities. 


Gifts that give back

Rosewood Spice Tray by Globe In- $42

GlobeIn has curated a beautiful marketplace of goods from around the world, ensuring ethical practices and fair treatment of artisans.

Ethical Jewelry Brands

Gemstone Beaded Bar Bracelet by Kind Karma-$32

Kind Karma is a meaningful, minimalist jewelry line empowering at-risk and transitioning homeless youth in Toronto. Their jewelry is very unique.

Sustainable Gifts

Hanging Planter by Ten Thousand Villages- $25

Made in partnership with a women’s nonprofit handicraft marketing trust and exporter of quality handicrafts based in Dhaka, Bangladesh