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A Gift that Gives Back

Our clients have some wonderful gift-giving opportunities that you will want to check out this holiday season! Here are just a few:


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Proceeds from purchases made in Farm Sanctuary’s shop directly support its lifesaving work on behalf of farm animals.


Be sure to check out all of the holiday performances happening at the Kennedy Center right now, as well as gifts in the Center’s online store for the holiday season.


Give the Earth the gift of trees! Celebrate Christmas, a birthday, anniversary, or other special event for a friend or family member… every dollar you donate will plant a tree in honor of that special person. In addition, Recipients will receive a certificate stating the number of trees planted in their name.


Visit the Museum’s annual Art Market Saturday, December 7, and Sunday, December 8, from 10:00 am – 5:30 pm to purchase traditional and contemporary works by some of the finest Native artists. Member preview day takes place on Friday, December 6, 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm.


Don’t miss the Museum’s Holiday Gift Market Monday, December 2 – Wednesday, December 4 in the Museum’s Great Hall for unique items and gifts made by women artists and designers. Members receive double discounts (20%)!


Celebrate the season by sending holiday cards that show your support of the National Geographic Society’s mission—to inspire people to care about the planet.


Find unique holiday and seasonal items for your special celebrations at the Smithsonian’s Online Store!


Fresh from Appleton farms, be sure to dig into the Trustees new holiday cheese sampler! A delicious treat for the holidays!


Holiday cards and seasonal gifts are plentiful in National Wildlife Federation’s online store! Each purchase helps make a difference for wildlife. For example, for each ornament purchased, a tree will be planted.


Shop in their online store this holiday season! All proceeds from your purchases support the important marine and terrestrial conservation programs taking place in the Galapagos Islands.