This holiday season, give back when you give a present to someone you love—or even when treating yourself. Whether you’re looking for the perfect present or a simple stocking stuffer, these gifts are a unique way to support the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Looking for a campy gift for the theater lover in your life? Then look no further than this beautiful Angela Lansbury ornament by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The Broadway Legends series of handmade glass ornaments features beloved performers including Carol Burnett and Barbra Streisand in their signature roles. Lansbury, the first individual honored in the series, is depicted in her iconic role as Aunt Mame Dennis in the hit musical Mame. This year’s version of the popular ornament features a new design.
The holiday season brings with it cold winter weather, which means warming up with a nice cup of tea. This light and fruity Harvey & Sons Love Life green tea blend will hit the spot every time. The refreshing combination of Japanese bancha green tea, strawberry, coconut, rich vanilla and puffed rice, which takes its name from GMHC’s slogan, makes the perfect gift for those looking for a gentler pick-me-up than the average cup of coffee. What’s more, 50% of sales from this tea will benefit GMHC’s work to end AIDS.
Votive by glassybaby, $75
Created by artisan glassblowers in Seattle and Berkeley, California, this handblown glass candleholder comes with a tea light candle, weighs just a pound and stands 3.75 inches tall. It was designed exclusively for God’s Love We Deliver, and 100% of proceeds of sales of this unique gift will benefit the organization, which works to improve the health and well-being of people living with HIV, cancer and other serious conditions via its food delivery service.
Slinky Magnetic Bracelet, $25
Do you have a loved one who loves accessorizing? Then help them grow their jewelry collection with these slinky magnetic bracelets by Until There’s A Cure. Simple yet elegant, these stretchy and lightweight bracelets have a sterling silver magnetic clasp with an engraved “AIDS” ribbon. They’re also available in silver and gold. Proceeds benefit Until There’s A Cure’s work to end HIV/AIDS.
(RED)IFINE PopGrip, $15
If you’re looking for a stocking stuffer or an office Secret Santa gift, you can’t go wrong with this (RED) PopGrip, which cleverly spells out the word redefine. Easily swap the top to change styles, or remove the top to wirelessly charge your phone. A secure grip allows one-handed texting and selfie-taking as well as hands-free video watching. Fifty percent of this product’s sale will support (RED).
Celeb Video Shout-Outs, $1 to 1,100
This holiday season, surprise—maybe even shock—someone you love with a personalized video message from one of their favorite stars. The video-sharing platform Cameo has teamed up with 436 celebs to record special shout-outs to fans and donate part of the proceeds to (RED). Choose from original Queer Eye cast member Carson Kressley ($65), celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, Pose’s Billy Porter ($100), rapper Trina ($150) or Disney’s Raven-Symoné ($300), among many others. Not only is this the ultimate gift, but it also helps raise HIV/AIDS funds. It doesn’t get much better than that.
Viva Glam Lipstick, $18.50
In 1994, MAC launched Viva Glam and the MAC AIDS Funds to help fight HIV/AIDS. The latest Viva Glam series by MAC includes three different shades: Viva Glam I (an intense brownish blue-red matte); Viva Glam II (a creamy subdued pinkish-beige mauve satin); and Viva Glam III (a muted brownish-plum matte). Every cent of the selling price of Viva Glam is donated to the MAC AIDS Fund.
Shop Year-Round and Support the Fight to End AIDS
Did you know you can support your favorite HIV/AIDS charity just by shopping on Amazon? Visit Smile.Amazon.com to select your favorite charity organization as your beneficiary. If you need suggestions, type “HIV” or “AIDS” in the search field. Once you’ve signed up, start shopping via the Smile.Amazon.com portal (instead of the regular Amazon.com link). You’ll have access to the entire Amazon.com inventory—the only difference is Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to the charity of your choice!