1. Aldo pins: These ’80s retro gems bear elements of Aldo’s motto: “Hear, See and Speak about AIDS.” They’re great for your jean jacket and for YouthAIDS—100 percent of the proceeds go to the group, which teaches young people about the virus. $2 each, three for $5; youthaids.org

2. Kids Helping Kids cards: Created by children living with HIV, these cards support the M.A.C. AIDS Fund—which will donate every cent to pediatric AIDS organizations around the country. $6 per pack of six; macaidsfund.org

3. Letz Cabalaborate, MC Mars: POZ’s own cabbie columnist turned rapper spits knowledge on his new hip-hop album. Move over Kanye. $14.97; cdbaby.com


4. M.A.C. Viva Glam lip palette: Sweeten your smacker—and the M.A.C. AIDS Fund—with three velvety, best-selling Viva Glam shades (Warm Lips or Cool Lips). The vintage-inspired box makes for a perfect stocking stuffer. $22.50; maccosmetics.com

5. Life Support (DVD): Cover girl Queen Latifah rocks in this powerhouse HBO drama based on real-life AIDS activist and recovering drug addict Andrea Williams. Tissues not included. $26.98; hbo.com

6. Broadway snow globe: Get flaky with this portable winter wonderland benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Charlie Smith and Christine Peters created the 1950s-inspired designs. $60; broadwaycares.org


7. The Virgin Collection from Carbon De Luxe: Danish company Carbon De Luxe’s line Virgin Collection uses precious metals and conflict-free diamonds. Fifteen percent of the sales assist the Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR), which is dedicated to finding a cure. The “Erik,” shown here, also doubles as a cock ring. Naughty and nice. $299; carbondeluxe.com

8. Cartier LOVE bracelet: The French firm famed for its red-carpet-ready diamonds has crafted this snazzy wristwear from its new LOVE line. YouthAIDS gets 100 bucks for every one sold. $475; cartier.com