Do-good gifts

By Nikki Kimbleton - The Morning Show anchor
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - These gifts all benefit a worthy cause. All are brand new for this holiday season and Consumer Reports found these companies are especially generous about what they give to charity.

Pier1 Imports UNICEF Greeting Card
These beautiful cards are available through the end of the year and are the perfect delivery method for cash gifts.
Price: $10 to $12 for a pack of 12 cards
Donation: 100%

FEED 5 Bracelet
Available through the end of the year, each of these colorful bracelets helps fill a child's belly via the United Nations World Food Programme.
Price: $15
Donation: Five school meals.

West Elm Charity Mug
These cat and dog themed mugs will benefit the work of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Price: $10
Donation: 50 percent

Teavana CARE Africa Tea Tumbler
This stainless-steel thermos with a stainless strainer will help empower women and girls worldwide with education, health care and other resources.
Price: $29
Donation: $3

Apple's Red iPad Smart Case
This giftable tablet case helps the Global Fund fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in eight African countries. Every penny of the donations is put to work for the cause.
Price: $49
Donation: 100 percent

Target Bullseye Plush Dog
Available through the end of the year, this cute guy supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's race to treat and cure pediatric cancers and other life-threatening diseases.
Price: $15
Donation: 100 percent

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