The holidays are all about giving, but these gifts give more than just a present to your loved one. These Christmas gifts give back to those in need too. Check out the charitable options for every budget:

Calendar — Fire Department Coffee always gives 10 percent of every sale to their foundation, which benefits sick or injured first responders. However, 100% of the proceeds from their 2019 calendar will go to the charity. ($19.99)

Socks — Fazl Socks are super cute and cozy, perfect for stocking stuffers. The socks are handmade in the Himalayas by women using family designs. The company donates 50 percent of its profits to help orphaned children in India get food, clothing, shelter and education. (from $18)

Necklace — This design from Brass & Unity is perfect for anyone from a military family. “The Chain represents you, and the ring represents a loved one, fallen soldier, family member, whoever — as the chain is woven through the ring, it forms a connection, a Unity, that is circular and therefore never-ending,” the site explains. A portion of the proceeds go to several charities that help veterans struggling physically or mentally. ($80)

Brass & Unity This necklace is from Brass & Unity, which was founded by a veteran. Photo: Courtesy of Brass & Unity

Backpack — Joggo backpacks can help your loved one carry their laptop and other essentials in style and will help refugee education initiatives. Ten percent of each sale goes towards helping refugees in developing countries learn through their partnership with CARE Canada. Plus, they use fair trade sourcing and sustainable materials. The purpose backpack is available in black or millennial pink. ($79.99)

Joggo gifts that give back Joggo give money to refugee education initiatives. Photo: Joggo

Tote Bag — Everyone needs a tote bag, so why not get one that supports a good cause? This one was designed by Celebrity Footwear designer George Esquivel, and the proceeds benefits Giving Children Hope. The price is a bit steep, but for each bag sold, the charity will be able to feed a hungry child and their family every weekend for a year. ($169)

Bracelet — Earth Bands’ world bracelet is made from woven hemp and handmade beads. The California-based company gives to charities that protect the earth: Rainforest Action Network, Protect Our Winters Charity and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. ($16)

gifts that give back Sales of the world bracelet will help give money to earth-loving charities. Photo: Earth Bands

Toothbrush — This stocking stuffer automatically helps the earth because it’s biodegradable. Plus, Wowe Lifestyle donates 1 percent of its sales to One Tree Planted to help plant trees around the world. ($11.97)

T-Shirt — Sevenly has tons of merch available that supports good causes, like this "Different Not Less" t-shirt, which benefits Autism Society. ($36)