Getting Socially Responsible This Holiday Season + a Giveaway

Noonday Giveaway

Last year I made the switch to a small wardrobe. Since that time I have been increasingly careful about selecting the pieces that I add to it. I want the new additions to be durable, timeless, and versatile. I also want to invest my money in companies that are socially responsible.

Which is one of the reasons I love Noonday–and I am very excited about this giveaway that I have for you.

Noonday Collection is a business that uses fashion to create meaningful opportunities around the world. It’s a collection of jewelry and accessories handmade by Artisans across the globe.

When you shop a company like this you are contributing to building a world where women are empowered, children are cherished, and people have jobs to feed their families.

I was introduced to Noonday by my friend Anna a few years ago and I have treasured the pieces that I own. My favorite piece is the Very Versatile Bracelet, which I have had for over three years. It’s made out of upcycled pieces of metal and artillery gathered by farmers in Ethiopia.

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The Very Versatile Bracelet

Since I have been enjoying this bracelet for so long, Anna recently gifted me with a new bracelet so I could change it up. The Serenity Wrap Bracelet, which I am wearing in this post, is another staple that I am sure it will be sparking joy in my wardrobe for a long time to come.

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Please consider shopping Noonday and other socially-conscious companies for your gift-giving needs this year. Do you have any favorite ethically-minded companies?

This giveaway is sponsored by Noonday Collection, however all opinions are my own. 

Denaye Barahona

Denaye Barahona is a loving wife and mama of two. She's a therapist for moms, an author, and the host of the top-ranked Simple Families Podcast. Denaye holds a Ph.D. in Child Development and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has been featured on the likes of The Today Show, Netflix, The Wall Street Journal, Real Simple, Forbes, and numerous other media outlets.