The National Retail Federation expects online holiday sales in the United States to shatter previous records by reaching at least $218.3 billion in 2021. By shopping at any of the 64 online stores listed below, socially conscious and ethical consumers can channel some of their spending power this holiday season into the nonprofit sector and the Greater Good.

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Online Stores by Nonprofits

1) ACLU Store ::

Proceeds benefit the American Civil Liberties Union, a nonprofit that works to defend the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States.

2) Amnesty International Store ::

Proceeds benefit Amnesty International, a nonprofit that works for the human rights of all people – no matter who they are or where they are.

3) Animals Asia Shop ::

Proceeds benefit Animals Asia work to end bear bile farming and improving the welfare of animals in China and Vietnam.

4) Art Institute of Chicago Museum Shop ::

The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Shop sells unique and beautiful objects from around the world in support of the arts.

5) Audubon Society ::

Audubon Marketplace gifts are unique and play an important role in protecting our birds and butterflies.

6) Best Friends Animal Society Store ::

Proceeds benefit the Best Friends Animal Society, a nonprofit working to end the killing in America’s animal shelters through adoption, spay and neuter education, and no-kill initiatives.

7) Electronic Frontier Foundation Shop ::

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is the leading nonprofit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world. Perfect gifts for the nonprofit techie!

8) Field Museum Store ::

The Field Museum Store offers gifts for those interested in science and cultural, natural, and human history.

8) First Book Marketplace ::

Proceeds benefit First Book, a nonprofit that provides new books and educational resources to schools and programs in low-income communities.

10) Getty Store ::

The Getty Store enhances knowledge and appreciation of the arts by providing unique high-quality merchandise and books that reflect the Getty Museum as a whole.

11) Global Goods Partners ::

Global Goods Partners have partnered with over 60 artisan groups in more than 20 countries throughout Asia, Africa, and the Americas to help bring to market the fair trade, handcrafted products they produce.

12) Heal the Bay ::

Proceeds benefit Heal the Bay, a nonprofit dedicated to making the coastal waters and watersheds of Greater Los Angeles safe, healthy, and clean.

13) Helping Rhinos Shop ::

All purchases help support vital conservation work to save critically endangered rhinos.

14) Human Rights Campaign Nonprofit Store ::

100% of net proceeds go directly to support the work of HRC to improve the lives of LGBTQ Americans.

15) Little Market ::

The Little Market is a 501(c)(3), charitable organization founded by women to help alleviate poverty by sourcing their good from artisan groups in over 25 countries.

16) MoMa Design Store ::

Classic modern and cutting edge design products for adults and kids, including items produced exclusively for the Museum of Modern Art (New York).

17) National Park Foundation Gift Shop ::

The National Park Foundation offer their supporters a great way to show their love for the national parks – while supporting them at the same time.

18) NPR Shop ::

Every purchase supports NPR programming by purchasing NPR-branded clothing, accessories, and gifts.

19) National Wildlife Federation Store ::

Purchases support the NWF’s mission to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world.

20) PBS Kids Shop ::

From books and DVDs to toys and party supplies, playtime has never been more educational and fun.

21) PETA Shop ::

All profits from merchandise sales go directly toward supporting PETA’s work for animals.

22) Serrv International ::

Serrv International is a nonprofit dedicated to fighting global poverty through fair and ethical trade.

23) SFMOMA Museum Store ::

The SFMOMA Museum Store offers the West Coast’s finest selection of modern and contemporary art books, as well as innovative design objects and furnishings, contemporary jewelry and apparel, toys, and posters and stationery.

24) SHOPdemocracy ::

All proceeds benefit Common Cause – a nonpartisan grassroots organization with 1.5 million members & supporters dedicated to building a strong democracy & holding power accountable.

25) Sierra Club Store ::

All proceeds go towards helping the Sierra Club promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources.

26) St. Jude Gift Shop ::

One-of-a-kind gifts designed to help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital continue to treat and defeat childhood cancer and other deadly diseases.

27) Surfrider Foundation Store ::

100% of profits help fund Surfrider’s mission to  protect the world’s ocean, waves and beaches. Products are sustainable and environmentally-friendly.

28) Survival Shop ::

All profits go towards helping Survival International fight for the survival of tribal peoples worldwide.

29) Sweet Relief Musicans Fund ::

Proceeds aid musicians and music industry workers who are struggling with illness, disease, and age-related problems.

30) Ten Thousand Villages ::

Shop for unique, handmade gifts from around the world including fair trade baskets, jewelry, and crafts from artisans located in nearly 40 countries.

31) UNICEF Market ::

Proceeds go to both the talented artisans that create the beautifully crafted products in the UNICEF Market and to help UNICEF save and protect children.

32) Wild Animal Sanctuary ::

Proceeds benefit the Wild Animal Sanctuary – the nonprofits that rescued over 150 animals made infamous in the Netflix series, The Tiger King.

33) World Wildlife Fund Gifts ::

Help create a safer world for wildlife, protect amazing places, and build a future where people live in harmony with nature by purchasing a gift from WWF’s Gift Center.


1) Conscious Step ::

Each pair of socks is uniquely designed, ethically manufactured and partnered with a first-class nonprofit to fund impact for the world’s to-do list: the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.

2) Fair Indigo ::

Organic, ethically-produced clothing that benefits Peruvian communities where their cotton is grown, their alpacas are herded, and their products are made.

3) Ivory Ella ::

Apparel for those who love elephants – 10% of the profits are donated to organizations working to sustain elephant populations.

4) Life is Good ::

Known for its t-shirts emblazoned with positivity, 10% of net profits are donated to help kids.

5) Shelby Reef ::

10% of the proceeds of sales of Shelby Reef’s short and long-sleeved shirts go to help save sharks and clean up our oceans.

6) Skylar Yoo ::

Modern feminist apparel that makes a difference – 20% of the profits are donated to nonprofits that empower girls through education.

Food & Drink

1) Elephant Origins ::

Ethically sourced tea from Certified Elephant Friendly™ Tea farms that help avoid human/elephant conflict by providing safe passage for elephants.

2) Grounds & Hounds Coffee Company ::

20% of profits from from Grounds & Hounds goes to support animal rescue organizations. The coffee organic and eco-friendly.

3) ONEHOPE Wine ::

To date, ONEHOPE Wine has raised nearly $7 million for nonprofits worldwide.

4) Redwood Empire Whiskey ::

Whiskeys inspired by the great Redwoods of Northern California and for each each bottle sold, the company plants a tree.

5) Rescue Chocolate ::

100% of net profits are donated to animal rescue organizations around the United States.

Health & Beauty

1) Color the World Lipsticks ::

Vegan and cruelty-free, a portion of the profits are donated to various nonprofits and causes.

2) Hand in Hand Soap ::

Vegan and palm oil-free, for every bar sold, Hand in Hand donates a bar to children in Haiti.

3) Lipslut ::

Lip gloss for political activists and 50% of earnings are donated to charities chosen by you through popular vote.

Home Goods

1) Alltrue ::

Every three months, members receive a beautifully illustrated box, stuffed with full-size, socially-conscious products.

2) Etee Shop ::

Made of organic cotton, Etees enable you to replace plastic wrap in the kitchen.

3) Happy Blankie ::

Premium blankets for children and for every blankie sold, another is  donated to a child in need.

4) Hiptipico ::

Hiptipico is an ethical fashion brand based in Panajachel, Guatemala showcasing Maya artisans and their handmade creations.

5) Lucky Iron Fish ::

The Lucky Iron Fish is a cooking tool that adds extra iron to your daily foods or drinks. The company distributes fish and donates to health organizations worldwide.

6) Ornaments for Orphans ::

Ornaments 4 Orphans is a fair trade social enterprise dedicated to providing critical support for orphans and vulnerable children in Africa.

7) Uncommon Goods ::

An extensive collection of household goods and unique gifts. For every purchase, the company donates $1 to nonprofits.

Jewelry & Accessories

1) 4ocean ::

For every bracelet purchased, one pound of trash is removed from the ocean and coastlines.

2) Bird + Stone ::

Perfect for changemakers, Bird + Stone donates 10% of profits to various nonprofits fighting for environmental protection, mental health, and girl’s education.

3) Brave Collection ::

All artists work in a free and fair work environment in Cambodia where they are paid above average wages and receive benefits such as health insurance and stipends for their children’s education.  10% of profits are donated to fight human trafficking.

4) Delicacies Jewelry ::

Designed for foodies, Delicacies donates 10% of profits to help provide meals to the underserved.

5) Fahlo ::

By combining a tangible bracelet and interactive tracking experience, Fahlo works educate customers about wildlife and excite them about conservation.

6) Fetch Eyewear ::

Stylish eyeglasses and sunglasses – 100% of the profits are donated to animal welfare organizations.

6) Jewel in Giving ::

12.5% to any nonprofit of your choice listed in Charity in Navigator.

7) Smiling Rocks ::

Lab-grown diamond jewelry – 10% of profits are donated to nonprofits.

8) State Bags ::

For every bag purchased, STATE supports children and families in need… they donate fully-packed backpacks and fund special projects with partner charities and schools.

9) Taaluma Totes ::

Backpacks and totes for travelers. 20% of profits are microloaned to farmers and small business owners. They repay the loan when they can and we use the repayment to buy more fabric for the next totestarting the cycle again.

10) Tote Project ::

A collection of ethically-produced tote bags and pouches. A portion of the proceeds are donated to nonprofits working for the cause of ending and recovering from modern day slavery.

11) Yoobi School & Craft Accessories ::

For every Yoobi item purchased, Yoobi donates a school supply item to a child in need.

About the Author

Heather Mansfield is the founder and editor-in-chief of Nonprofit Tech for Good and producer of the Certificate in Digital Marketing & Fundraising program. Fueled by a strong passion for the Internet, Heather spends her days (and some nights) helping nonprofits, charities, and NGOs worldwide utilize the internet as a tool for social good.