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The holidays are about more than fancy presents. Any Christmas movie can tell you that random acts of kindness and spending time with loved ones are what matter most this season.
So is giving back. Dropping loose change into the Salvation Army's red kettles or donating an old coat is a great way to brighten up someone's season, and it feels good too.
This year, there are tons of awesome gifts that give a portion of their proceeds to charity, so you can kill two birds with one very philanthropic stone. Below, 16 presents the people on your list will love and you'll feel good about buying.
Having trouble figuring out what to get people for the holidays? You can check out all of Insider Picks' 2016 gift guides here.
Whenever you buy one of STATE's backpacks, the company donates a backpack full of school supplies and healthy snacks to a child in need.
When you buy one of FEED and West Elm's cutting boards, 23 meals will be donated to American families in need.
Le Creuset makes some of the best cookware money can buy, and 10% of the brand's (RED) collection goes to fighting AIDs. Perfect for the foodies on your list.