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Gifts for the Socially Conscious Father

 

HARRY'S FATHER & SON SHAVE SET $30 | ONE WORLD FUTBOL PROJECT ADULT SOCCER BALL $39.50 | WEWOOD KAPPA CHOCOLATE $159 | LSTN BEECH WOOD BOWERYS W/MIC $20 | BOGO LIGHT SOLAR LIGHT $15.95 | CHARITY: WATER KOR DELTA BOTTLE $24 

For this Father's Day, we wanted to highlight a few socially conscious gifts that any father could enjoy. 

Harry's: These quality razors are made in Germany and go a long way. Harry's One Plus One program donates 1% of its sales and volunteers 1% of its time to organizations. Harry's current partner is City Year, an organization which prepares people for personal and professional success.

One World Futbol: This is a nearly indestructible soccer ball that never needs a pump nor ever goes flat (yes, even when punctured)! For every One World Futbol you buy, the organization gives a second ball to youth through organizations working in disadvantaged communities, such as refugee camps, war zones, disaster areas and inner cities.

WeWOOD: The brainchild of an Italian watch lover and two eco-smart entrepreneurs, WeWOOD builds wooden watches from scrap-wood. Its goal is to help restore Mother Nature, one watch at a time, by planting a tree for every WeWOOD purchased. Since 2011, WeWOOD has planted 300,000 trees with its partners.

LSTN: For every purchase, LSTN helps restore hearing to a person in need through the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The Starkey Hearing Foundation provides 100,000 hearing aids to people in need around the world each year and is committed to over 1,000,000 this decade.

BoGo Light: When you buy one of these solar powered lights, SunNight Solar donates an identical flashlight to someone living in extreme poverty (BoGo stands for "Buy one Give one".) The company is currently developing some new products that will expand their ability to tackle illumination problems for the poor.

Charity: Water: With a mission to bring clean water to people in developing countries, this non-profit has already helped more than three million people since 2006. All of the company's overhead is paid for by private donors, so any public money raised or donated is given straight to the cause. And the cool part? Charity: Water sends emails every few months so that you know exactly where your donation has gone, down to the village. 



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