Friday, December 5, 2014

A Vegan's Christmas Wish List


A Vegan's Christmas Wish List

With Christmas just around the corner, your family and loved ones will surely be asking you what you would like to find under the tree this year. Of course, you want the gifts you receive and give to reflect your ethics as a vegan. In the list below, I have complied some awesome gift ideas for vegans to give or receive this holiday season.


http://vegancuts.com/

Vegan cuts is an amazing vegan subscription service. For $20 a month (shipping included), you can get one of their two vegan boxes:

Vegan Snack Box: From chips to cookies and sodas to teas, each month we'll send 7-10 vegan goodies straight to your door.

Vegan Beauty Box: The easiest way to discover cruelty-free brands without committing to full-size products or prices. Each month you'll receive a delivery of 4-7 new products to try, ranging from unique cosmetics to luxurious skincare.


http://www.bungalow360.com

Bungalow360 has super cute bags with animal prints. The company uses plant based inks, recycles, uses solar power and promotes a plant-based diet. Take a look at their adorable bags. You won't be disappointed.


http://www.rescuechocolate.com/

Rescue Chocolate is “the sweetest way to save a life!” From each chocolate purchased, 100% (yes, 100!) of the net profits are donated to animal rescue organizations around the country. 

The packaging of each vegan flavor of Rescue Chocolate sheds light on a different aspect of the current pet “overpopulation” epidemic. Not only are we interested in raising funds for rescues, but we want to get the word out about these oh-so-fixable issues!

No animals were harmed in the making of these products. Rescue Chocolate is always 100% vegan. Our chocolate is handcrafted in Brooklyn, NY and certified Kosher Parve. It is made in the finest Belgian tradition with top quality ingredients and no artificial preservatives.


www.pixiemood.com
Pixie Mood is a vegan-friendly accessories brand launched in 2010. Everything they make is bright and fun. Make your first stop the Steph bag, which I have had more compliments on than any other bag I've ever owned.

http://www.allisonsgourmet.com/

Allison's Gourmet is a vegan bakery company, which does not contribute to the animal cruelty found in animal farming practices. They use only certified organic sugar, which is guaranteed vegan by the organic certification rules, which disallow filtering sugar through bone char. They have every vegan treat and gift set you can imagine.


http://crazyrumors.com/gifts/gift-sets.html

 Crazy Rumors is the best vegan and cruelty-free chap stick. They come in insanely creative and yummy flavors and their gift sets would be a perfect stocking stuffer.


http://www.woahveg.com/

Woahveg.com has a great array of vegan gift baskets and offers free standard shipping.
 

http://www.obsessiveconfectiondisorder.com/

We are 'Vegan Caramel Whisperers' who revere the confectionery process, and passionately commit ourselves to the art of crafting impossibly delicious sweets using kind practices.

We exhaustively research every source of supply to ensure that our ingredients are 100% vegan.  We obsess - so you don't have to. 

We use recycled & compostable materials to wrap up our candy proper.
Make sure you order double of what you'll think you'll need because when you devour everything upon delivery, you'll wish you had more.


Of course, the most powerful gift you can give or receive as a vegan is the gift of life. The animal sanctuary's listed below need and welcome your support. Many of them have sponsorship programs where you can sponsor a specific animal but a one time donation is so helpful as well.

Animal Place

Animal Sanctuary

The Gentle Barn

Catskill Animal Sanctuary

Have a favorite vegan Christmas gift idea? Leave it in the comments!

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