Gifts to Give: Stocking Stuffers from FEED
Gifts are always better when they help those in need. Take the expansive line of FEED products, for instance: money raised from a Judith Leiber clutch provides 1,000 school meals; the purchase price of a Teddy bear gives hungry toddlers invaluable nutrients; profits from tote bags feed New York City’s homeless. To celebrate the spirit of giving this season, Lauren Bush Lauren and the FEED team have organized “12 Days, 12 Ways to FEED,” 12 days (obviously) of ideas on FEED-themed gifts to give to others — and give back to the hungry. Monday is day one, and features stocking stuffers like the FEED Kenya Masai Scarf ($30), handcrafted by a co-op of women and deaf artisans living in the African nation. For each scarf purchased, FEED will provide 10 school meals to children through the United Nations World Food Programme’s School Feeding Program. The red-and-blue scarves are pretty darn cute, too! To see all of the FEED offerings — and shop for the cause — visit feedprojects.com/feed-shop.