1. Sevenly's Valentine's Red Box Sevenly / Via sevenly.com If you're unfamiliar with Sevenly, it is a company that partners with different organizations that fight for World Change to create different designs and products and $7 of each purchase goes straight to the organization. This year, they are selling Valentine's Red (for her) and Black (for him) boxes. 100% of net proceeds from the sale of these boxes go to fight human trafficking through Shared Hope International. You can purchase the boxes here, and check out the rest of their products for year-round gift ideas. 2. Altar'd State's Valentine's Shop Altar'd State / Via altardstate.com This cute boutique whose motto is to "stand out for good" has taken off and continues to grow in success. They frequently partner with different organizations and sell products in their stores that support different World Changers. Find their Valentine's shop here, and pick out a couple cute things for yourself and loved ones. 3. The Giving Keys The Giving Keys / Via thegivingkeys.com The Giving Keys believes in the power of empowering people. This is jewelry you are meant to wear and then share with someone who could also use some empowerment. They use a pay-it-forward method by way of providing jobs to people transitioning out of homelessness. You can go online here and choose your wearable word that gives you strength; words like Love, Inspire, and Fearless. 4. ARTHOUSE Meath's Valentine's Gift Sets ARTHOUSE Meath / Via arthousemeath.com ARTHOUSE Meath is a collection of artists who have epilepsy and learning disabilities and need different levels of support. The artists work with instructors who help them create their works of art. You can purchase their Valentine's Gift Sets here, and explore their other creative products and learn the artist's stories. 100% of the sales revenue goes towards the ARTHOUSE to help them continue their services. 5. LUSH's Valentine's Products LUSH / Via lushusa.com You're probably familiar with LUSH's amazing bath and body products, but you may not be familiar with their charitable giving. They have specific products, like The Charity Pot, whose 100% proceeds go to organizations that help fight environmental, animal, and human injustices. All their products are 100% vegetarian, fight against animal testing, practice ethical buying, and are just down-right good for your body. You can find their special Valentine's products here, and explore their other goods for year-round good clean fun. 6. Eternal Thread's Red Thread Bracelet Eternal Threads / Via eternalthreads.org Eternal Threads is a global movement organization that works with women who live in extreme poverty and helps create income so they can care for their families and prevents their children from suffering the same fate. Most of the products sold through Eternal Threads are homemade by women in fifteen different countries. The Red Thread bracelet is made by girls in Nepal who have been rescued from human trafficking. The proceeds of the bracelet go towards Fair Trade wages for the girls and support anti-trafficking border units and safe houses. You can purchase the bracelet here, and also check out the rest of the products sold by Eternal Threads here. 7. The Gentle Barn's Valentine's Day Cards The Gentle Barn / Via thegentlebarn.org The Gentle Barn is an animal rescue shelter that takes in animals who need support and love and allows people to come in and show love to their animals. Currently, there are three locations in California, Tennessee, and Missouri and they hope to continue spreading across the country. You can purchase Valentine's cards here, or shop their other merchandise here to send to your animal-loving loved one who believes in the power of people healing animals and animals healing people. 8. Love Your Melon Beanies Love Your Melon / Via loveyourmelon.com Love Your Melon was created by two friends who decided to improve the lives of children battling cancer by providing them with hats. Since their vision began in 2012, more than 120,000 hats and $3.8 million dollars has been donated. You can purchase their special Valentine's Day release here, and 50% of the proceeds goes towards nonprofit partners all fighting against pediatric cancer. 9. TOMS Accessories TOMS / Via toms.com TOMS shoes are pretty much everywhere, and their motto "One for One" is still ringing true, but they have moved on to provide way more than shoes. When you purchase any of their shoes, which can be found here, they donate a pair of shoes to someone in need. When you purchase any of their eyewear, which can be found here, they donate funds to sight restoration medical procedures. When you purchase their coffee, which can be found here, they provide clean, safe drinking water. When you purchase any of their bags, which can be found here, they provided training for birth attendants and vital materials for a safe birth. When you purchase any of their local backpacks, which can be found here, they provide training of school staff and crisis counselors to help prevent school bullying. 10. World Vision Donations World Vision / Via worldvision.org If gifts aren't really your Valentine's style, then consider donating in their name to the many different services provided through World Vision's gift catalog, which can be accessed here. You can purchase anything from medicines to soccer balls to chickens and World Vision will send a card to your loved one notifying them of your donation in their name.