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Holiday gifts that give back

For Toms, charity is a year-round endeavor.

But this holiday season, the shoe company known for its buy-one/give-one policy is making a bigger splash by teaming with Target for an extensive collection that goes way beyond that recognizable footwear. The collection for men, women and children has some 65 items, none costing more than $50. And true to company policy, for each purchase, the program will give a blanket, meals or shoes to a variety of charities.

It goes without saying that Target is not alone when it comes to feeling charitable. Shoppers who want to feel good about their purchases can find gifts just about everywhere -- from organizations such as UNICEF and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital to major department stores, to small local shops.

There are diamonds, there are doggy treats -- something for everyone on your list.

Your gift is the good that you'll do.

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