What do you get the mom who has everything? Socially conscious Mother's Day gifts. From jewelry to kitchenware, these are options moms will love — and your purchase will give back to a great cause.
A fun necklace with a pop of blush or seaform green, the Jasmine Necklace will brighten up your outfit. Suitable for work or play, it's sure to get compliments. The necklace is handcrafted by young women escaping human trafficking with 100% of proceeds going to International Sanctuary which uses holistic care to provide a safe, loving community to survivors around the world and assists them in building positive futures. PurposeJewelry.Org.
ONEHOPE was founded by eight friends who wanted to allow people to indulge while doing good. To date, the company has made more than $3 million in donations, providing 46,000 people with global health care, finding 49,000 forever homes for shelter animals, providing 1.8 million meals for children, and distributing 163,000 life-saving vaccines. OneHopeWine.com.
If your mother is a foodie, consider sending her a care package. This gift box from La Cocina, which is based in San Francisco, is full of sweet and salty snacks. Each box that's purchased supports low-income food entrepreneurs who are in the process of setting up and growing their businesses. LaCocina.com.
Global Goods Partners is committed to providing sustainable jobs for women, which is well proven to be the key to community development and family wellbeing. Since the organization first launched in 2005 is has partnered with more than 60 artisan groups in more than 20 countries. All of the items on the site — including this Bolga Basket Tote— assist in lifting women out of poverty. GlobalGoodsPartners.com
Drop a dash of this soaking salt, which has been hand blended from hibiscus petals, to your bath. Each purchase supports artisans at Bright Endeavors, which lights the way out of poverty for young moms in Chicago by teaching them to craft premium products in a supportive, professional environment. TheLittleMarket.com
More than 3 million pairs of glasses have been distributed through Warby Parker's Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program. Additionally, the brand empowers adults with training opportunities to administer basic eye exams and sell glasses for affordable prices. The brand also provides vision care and glasses to school-age children in their classrooms. Give your mom a pair of glasses — just in time for summer — and another pair will go to someone in need. WarbyParker.com
If you're still looking for a gift, there are plenty of others organizations that give back! Let us know about other great gifts in the comments.