UncommonGoods: Better To Give program

Ideal fine print: This is a sponsored post, but I received no monetary gift to write it. For my time in sharing their cause, UncommonGoods graciously donated $50 to the Better to Give charity of my choice. I chose RAINN, one of the largest anti-sexual violence organizations. Based on my childhood, this organization touched my heart.

Better to Give charity program from UncommonGoods!

UncommonGoods is an online and catalog retailer that Of beautiful things from around the world. They offer a shopping experience that blends fine boutiques with craft shows and bizzars from all over.

Their mission:
At UncommonGoods, we want to change the way business is conducted by making sustainability a part of every decision we make. Each month, employees from all areas of our company gather to discuss how we can make UncommonGoods more environmentally friendly, socially responsible and an ever-more rewarding place to work.

I was approached by UncommonGoods to help promote their charitable cause, Better to Give.

Better to Give is a charitable program run by UncommonGoods that allows their customers to choose a charity at checkout. UncommonGoods will then make a $1 donation to that charity with each order.

You shop. They give!

Better to Give charity program from UncommonGoods!

Why they started Better to Give:
As an independently-owned business, we have the freedom to support causes we believe in and to impact the world in a positive way. With every purchase you make, we’re proud to donate $1 to the non-profit of your choice. Since we started the Better to Give program 12 years ago, we’ve donated over $700,000 to charities around the world!

The UncommonGoods online store offers a wide variety of beautiful and unique items that range in prices from small gifts and stocking stuffers, to large pieces of art and furniture for your home. There is something there for everyone and they have it broken down convieniently to help you choose the perfect gift for someone else or maybe for yourself.

Many of the products offered are handmade and created from organic and recycled materials. I spent a lot of time “researching” for this post and now have my eye on quite a few incredible pieces of children’s art and decor that would go perfect in the toy room makeover we’re working on ;)

Ideally speaking, what’s better than shopping for beautiful, one-of-a-kind items, while giving to charity?! I hope many of you add UncommonGoods to the list of places you’ll be shopping for the upcoming holiday season.

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