100% of proceeds from this unique tote bag designed by Raphaelle Macaron comics’ artist are going to Impact Lebanon.
#5 Sarah’s Bag
Sarah’s Bag is known for giving back to the community, from making donations during the pandemic/economic crisis to raising funds for disaster relief in Beirut.
The socially conscious company also employees and empowers less fortunate women in Lebanon. Additionally, a selection of Sarah’s Bag items that are being sold by Dikkéni will also support the local NGO, Lebanon Needs.
These reusable eco-friendly bags made in Lebanon make a nice stocking stuffer idea. In collaboration with the satirical Lebanese artist, The Art of Boo, Keess Official is donating part of the proceeds to Lebanon Needs.
Asides from giving back to charity, Keess Official is a great initiative in itself for promoting sustainable lifestyle, recycling, and raising awareness about the environment.
#7 Be Lebnen
From promoting tourism in Lebanon to giving back 10% of proceeds from December sales to SSVP Jounieh and Live2Share organizations, Be Lebnen’s scratch-off Lebanon map is a unique gift to your adventurous and patriotic friends – especially since traveling during the pandemic has been practically impossible.
A Lebanon-born fashion label, Fusion by HK, has been donating a percentage of proceeds from its “Rebirth” collection and entire profits from bracelets to an organization working on Beirut disaster relief, helping vulnerable families, and more.
#13 “Been There, Done That” Notebooks/Planners
Born out of creativity and the love of stationary, Been There Done That (BTDT) is there for all the perfect desk aesthetics and inspire you into the right mindset for the new year’s goal setting.
In addition to being environmentally friendly and using 100% Lebanese recycled paper products, BTDT has helped Haddak Men B3id (HMB)’s efforts to tackle poverty and end hunger in Lebanon.
It is currently offering a fun collaborative bundle supporting other small Lebanese businesses.
They told The961 that they are trying to find all supplies locally to support all industries. You can even opt for getting scented candles or a unique gift set for someone who deserves to get pampered.
Now, From The Villagesis offering Christmas gift baskets full of homemade goodies to spread joy to your family members while helping hardworking growers and creators along the way.
#16 Beit El Baraka
KANZ is the latest project by Lebanese NGO Beit El Baraka. It aims to celebrate and embrace the unique tastes from Lebanon and is now offering Christmas packs that include unique recipes from villages across Lebanon.
#17 Neo City Garden
Neo City Garden is donating 10% of their profit to the initiative Renovate Lebanon that is helping renovate the houses that got destroyed by the Beirut Blast. It has a lovely trendy collection of bracelets and necklaces hand-crafted with love by Lebanese artisans.
In response to the Beirut blast, the Armenian label Talar Nina saw an immense response to its “Liban Tote Bags”. The brand told The961 that proceeds of these specific products will go to the Lebanese Food Bank and Impact Lebanon.
Mukhi Sisters was among the many businesses affected by the blast. The jeweler donated this double-sided diamond earring to be auctioned off by Sotheby’s this month to benefit charities working to support those affected by the explosion.
Lebanese designer Noor Fares, who is participating in the organization of this charity project, donated this one of a kind pair of earrings to Sotheby’s “To Beirut With Love” auction to support rebuilding Beirut.
#26 Sabine Getty
Sabine Getty, whose father is Lebanese, is a Swiss-English jewelry designer, socialite, and contributing editor at British magazine Tatler. Getty is also participating in the Sotheby’s “To Beirut With Love” auction with this pair of ruby and diamond earrings.
#27 Venyx x Muzo
This pair of emerald and diamond earrings, donated by Venyx along with Muzo, is being auctioned by Sotheby’s “To Beirut With Love” charity initiative.
#28 Lebanese Glass ‘Ibriq’
Shattered glass from the Beirut explosion is being collected and recycled into something that keeps the Lebanese tradition alive. For every traditional water jug or ibriq sold, Lebanese Glass donates $1 to Live Love Recycle.
It’s worth noting that behind the Spanish brand is a full team of Lebanese employees and a Lebanese designer, the brand told The961.
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