Advocacy

St. Baldrick’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts That Give Kids Hope!

by St. Baldrick's Foundation
November 20, 2018

The holiday season is about giving – and what better gift for your loved ones than something that helps a great cause, like taking childhood back from cancer. Not only are the items below awesome gift ideas, but a portion of each sale goes to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

That means every item sold helps fund lifesaving research and clinical trials that can find new and better treatments for kids with cancer.

St. Baldrick’s Foundation gear via Threadless

Samples of the gear that is available

There’s a wide variety of St. Baldrick’s gear in the St. Baldrick’s Shop at the Threadless store, where 35% of every item sold goes towards funding lifesaving childhood cancer research. From reusable water bottles to t-shirts, mugs, and smartphone cases, there’s something for everyone.

Show your pride in St. Baldrick’s, help fund clinical trials, and take care of your shopping list all at once.

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Love Your Melon beanies

Melon beanie hat

Keep your head warm with a hip Love Your Melon beanie. The best part: for every co-branded beanie sold, $10 will go to St. Baldrick’s.

Whether you’re out on the town or on a snowy mountaintop, keep your head comfy and looking good with a St. Baldrick’s and Love Your Melon beanie. It’s the perfect gift for your favorite St. Baldrick’s shavee!

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Baby Tula ‘Oso’ blanket

Baby Tula 'Oso' blanket

Consider the gift of comfort with Baby Tula’s Oso Baby Blanket Set. This playful bear design and accompanying blankets are perfect for the holiday season! For every set sold, 10% of proceeds go to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Wrap a little one in warmth and know you’re helping fund the best childhood cancer research.

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Headbands of Hope

Girl wearing a headband of hope

Headbands of Hope is more than just pretty headbands. For every item sold, a headband is donated to a child with cancer, giving kids confidence during treatment. This holiday season, use the promo code “stbaldricks” for 10% off all orders. Plus, every time the “stbaldricks” code is used, Headbands of Hope will donate 10% of the sale to St. Baldrick’s to help fund childhood cancer research!

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“Little Miss Sunshine” from Resilience Gives

Little Miss Sunshine socks

As an infant, Ella (aka Little Miss Sunshine) was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (or ALL). Today, she’s cancer-free, but she’s determined to help other kids get better. You can help Ella fund lifesaving clinical trials by buying her personally designed Little Miss Sunshine socks. For each pair of socks sold, $8 goes to St. Baldrick’s and the Ella’s Love Heals ALL Hero Fund.

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“Chef Carrot” from Resilience Gives

Chef Carrot socks

Abby was diagnosed with leukemia at the ages of 4 and 7. She’s now 12, in remission, and still fighting hard. Help Abby fund childhood cancer research by purchasing Chef Carrot socks featuring her favorite stuffed bunny, Carrot, and cooking, both which continue to get her through treatment. Each pair of socks provides $8 to St. Baldrick’s through the Team Abby Gives Hero Fund.

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Faithforward bracelet

Faithforward bracelet

Faithforward has created a beautiful leather and silver bracelet in honor of Holden, who passed away at age 6 after battling Wilms tumor. For each sale, 20% will go towards the Invictus Fund, created in Holden’s honor by his friends and family. This is the perfect gift for the stylish childhood cancer advocate in your life!

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“Mighty Maya Candle” from Etsy

Maya candle

There’s something special about the aroma of a scented candle while gathered with friends and family to enjoy the holidays. This season, give the Mighty Maya Candle a try – named for St. Baldrick’s 2018 Ambassador, Maya, it features hints of cinnamon, vanilla, and harvest apple. And for every candle sold, $5 will go to St. Baldrick’s.

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Anchor Beads

Anchor beads

Three years ago, Honored Kid Georgia began making her own jewelry with mom Amber. Diagnosed with ALL, Georgia set out to sell the jewelry to raise money for childhood cancer research. The result was Anchor Beads, which sends 10% of each sale to St. Baldrick’s. This festive season, consider buying your loved ones some Anchor Beads in memory of Georgia, who passed away in December 2015.

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Be Brooks Brave painting

Be Brooks Brave painting

St. Baldrick’s 2018 Ambassador Brooks loved video games, Legos, monster trucks, and dance parties. He bravely fought pediatric brain cancer until passing at age 6. Today, Brooks’ mom, Tracey, keeps his memory close and helps fight childhood cancers through the Be Brooks Brave website.

While battling inoperable tumors, Brooks created a canvas painting for Tracey on her birthday. You can own a copy of that painting and help support the Be Brooks Brave Hero Fund. Also, $23 of each sale goes to St. Baldrick’s to help fund childhood cancer research.

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Hot Mess: A Practical Guide to Getting Organized by Laura Palau

If there’s one time of the year that requires serious organizational talent, it’s the holiday season. Laurie Palau’s highly acclaimed book Hot Mess is designed to help you simplify your life and get control of your stuff. Just about anyone could use this book in their stockings. But that’s not the only reason to buy Palau’s book: Because the author is a passionate fighter of pediatric cancers, she’s donating 100% of her sales to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation between now and Christmas Day, Dec. 25. Those funds will go to benefit the Pray for Dominic Hero Fund.

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Humble Bundle video games

If you know of someone who loves video games, head on over to Humble Bundle, where 5% of purchases go towards St. Baldrick’s and fighting childhood cancers. Since 2010, Humble Bundle has been directing portions of its proceeds to great causes, like helping kids beat cancer.

If video games aren’t on your shopping list, Humble Bundle also offers ebooks, software, and other digital content.

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Amazon Smile

Many people will do their holiday shopping online at Amazon. If that sounds like your plan, use the Amazon Smile service. By following the Amazon Smile link prior to making your purchase, 0.5% of every sale will go to St. Baldrick’s.

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Childhood cancer cures start with you. Fund lifesaving research today.

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