8 Empowering Products That Give Back

This month, shop these eight local products that give back to the community in big ways



Elise Satellite Pendant Necklace, $50, Kendra Scott, Palm Beach Gardens

During October, 20 percent of proceeds from a selection of Kendra Scott jewelry, including this necklace, will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


Moonstone’s Magic Vegan Lavender and Lemon Lotion Bar, $7, Jar the Zero Waste Shop, Stuart

For every purchase of this item, $1 is donated to various local and national charities.


Rise Up Bracelet, $30, Alexandra Gioia, Tequesta

For every purchase of this bracelet, 40 percent of profits benefit Operation Underground Railroad and its efforts to end human trafficking.


Cable Classic Rose Candle, $95, David Yurman, Palm Beach Gardens

Twenty percent of sales from the BCRF Collection during the month of October will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


Inis Eau de Parfum Roll-On, $22, April Daze, Stuart

A portion of proceeds from this line helps support the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group’s Research Expedition from Ireland to Iceland.


Binka Pineapple Hat, $38, available locally at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island and Jupiter Beach Resort

A portion of proceeds from the entire Binka collection benefits local animal shelters and rescues, including Furry Friends in Jupiter.


Guy Harvey Hawksbill Turtle Yoga Mat, $40 

A portion of proceeds from sales of all products benefits the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, a South Florida nonprofit dedicated to saving the seas, supporting groundbreaking research, and helping foster the next generation of ocean conservationists.


Hidden Water

When North Palm Beach resident Jeff Irish took note of a problem with plastic not being recycled and polluting our area’s waterways, he decided to be part of the solution. He created Hidden Water, a line of still water that is canned in aluminum to cut down on plastic water bottle waste. Even the six-pack rings are made with nature in mind—they are created out of recycled beer mash and plant fibers, which decompose in three to four months. For every can purchased, one piece of plastic will be removed from the ocean. ($6/six-pack, $10/12-pack)

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