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5 Companies That Give Back For Every Purchase You Make

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Whether you are still looking for Christmas gift ideas or you are thinking of starting a business; One of the fastest growing business models is the one that gives back. Here is a list of 5 businesses that provide quality products while helping those in need in a significant way.

1- The Giving Keys

Each key sold by The Giving Keys is unique and hand-engraved with an inspirational word. The idea is to wear the key for a while and then pass it to a person whom you feel could benefit from the message on the key. The great thing about The Giving Keys is that with each key purchased, you are helping employ a homeless. To find out more, go to thegivingkeys.com

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2- Sackcloth & Ashes

Offering high quality blankets for indoor and outdoor use, For every blanket your purchase, Sackcloth & Ashes gives a blanket to your local homeless shelter.
For more information, visit sackclothandashes.com

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3- Cause Roast

Cause Roast offers high-quality, fair-trade coffee that gives 50% back to different great causes and needs. For this month, the cause is given to HungerFree, a movement to free communities from hunger. For more information, visit causeroast.com

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4- LAEL.

LAEL offers quality leather bags and watches. For each purchase, LAEL provides 90 meals for the orphaned and homeless worldwide. For more information, visit laelbrandforhumanity.org

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5- TOMS

Perhaps the first company that pioneered the idea of giving back one for one; For each pair of shoes you purchase, another pair of shoes is given for a child in need. Since 2006, TOMS has given over 35 million pairs of shoes to children in need. For more information, visit TOMS.com

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Have you purchased any items listed above? What other companies do you like? Comment Below.

Johnny Youssef

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