Warby Parker Sunglasses

In the spirit of the giving season, the editors of Celebrated Living pick their favorite items whose proceeds go to a good cause. 

Novica Simply Three Ring
Novica is a global collection of ethically sourced goods, from jewelry to homewares. Showcasing the work of artisans, the company has sent more than $46 million to craftsmen around the world since launching in 1999.  Artist Mary Geluda of Brazil created the Simply Three ring, a trio of gems including pink tourmaline, garnet, and amethyst set in 18K gold. $999, novica.com

Ehlers Estate 1886 Cabernet Sauvignon
Not only is their wine organic, but Ehlers Estate donates 100 percent of the proceeds to heart-health research through the Leducq Foundation. The 2010 Ehlers Estate 1886 cabernet sauvignon has flavors of black plum, cigar wrapper, and forest floor. $95, ehlersestate.com

Collared Greens Marvin Necktie
In addition to using organic, U.S.-made materials, this North Carolina-based clothing maker is dedicated to raising funds for the environment, with a percentage of sales going toward the company’s own conservation project as well as the One Percent for the Planet fund. The Marvin polar bear necktie pays homage to the company mascot — a nod to the animal’s iconic status as an endangered species. $85, collaredgreens.com

Warby Parker Sunglasses
About one billion people cannot afford to buy glasses, so Warby Parker wanted to help. For every pair of sunglasses the company sells, it gives a pair of optical glasses to someone who needs them. Try the ’60s-vibe-meets-21st-century-bold Winston sunglasses on for size, part of the new Ocean Avenue collection. $95 nonprescription; $150 prescription, warbyparker.com

Kelly Moore Thirst Relief Bag
This bag does a lot more than hold your gadgets and accessories, feel comfortable, wear well, and look good. In fact, a portion of its proceeds affords a lifetime of clean drinking water for up to four people through the organization Thirst Relief International. Available in wax canvas with sand or brown trim. $229, kellymoorebag.com

MoMA Store Nelson Wall Clock, Multicolor Ball
Need a gift for the modern art lover in your life? The MoMA store sells items inspired and designed by featured artists, making art accessible. Even better: Every purchase supports the museum and education. The Multicolor Ball Wall Clock is an exact copy of the original, designed in 1948 by George Nelson, a founder of American Modernism. $375, momastore.org

Orange22 Botanist Albero Coffee Table
An artistic expression of the beauty of life and nature, this table designed by Joseph Ricchio with Kara Larsen is part of the Botanist Blank Canvas project, for which designers create an eco-friendly masterpiece out of a blank surface. A portion of its proceeds supports the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, a charity of the designer’s choosing. $1,700, wayfair.com or botanistseries.com