Hopefully you’ve already given to the relief efforts in Haiti — if you haven’t, please donate to HopeForHaitiNow.org and consider buying the Hope For Haiti Now album. It’s just $7.99 and features all of the songs from the Hope For Haiti Now benefit.
But if you’re shopping for a friend or want to get something in exchange, we won’t judge. Here are 20 things you can buy — from Lady Gaga’s exclusive Haiti t-shirt, to jewelry, shoes, beauty products, and even Ben Stiller’s Stillerstrong headbands
1.) Lady Gaga Haiti Relief T-Shirt: Gaga’s Haiti Relief T-Shirt is just $25, features a printed image of Gaga in the colors of the Haitian flag. 100% of the proceeds go to Haiti. Ships on or around February 2. Pre-order Lady Gaga’s Haiti Relief T-Shirt here.
2.) CFDA “Fashion for Haiti” T-Shirt: The CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) “Fashion for Haiti” t-shirts are $25 each and benefit the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund. The shirts, designed by Peter Arnell, will feature the phrase “To Haiti With Love,” above the phrase “Hope Help Heal Haiti.” CFDA’s “Fashion for Haiti” shirts, manufactured by Theory, will be available in men’s and women’s sizes at $25 each beginning February 12 at retailers across the country and at cfda.com.
3.) Ben Stiller’s Stillerstrong Headbands: Ben Stiller recently announced the Haitian School Initiative, an organization focused on the requick rebuilding of temporary schools in areas where Haitian survivors are settling. To help fund the Haitian School Initiatives, Ben Stiller is accepting direct donations and selling his yellow Stillerstrong headbands, which start at $14.99.
4.) Kooba Handbags: 15% of all online sales — including full-price merchandise, sale items, and gift certificates go to Doctors Without Borders, through January 29.
5.) Hanky Panky Lingerie: Throughout January, 10% of all Hanky Panky web sales will go to the American Red Cross.
6.) Havaianas Flip-Flops: Havaianas has already sent 7,000 pairs of flip-flops to Haiti via Soles4 Souls. And Havaianas and Lucky Magazine are giving 30% from the sale of Havainas’ limited-edition Little Bird sandals to the Red Cross between January 22 and March 1.
8.) Joseph Abboud Suits: Through Sunday, January 30, Joseph Abboud will donate a portion of the proceeds from all Joseph Abboud suits purchased at any Nordstrom or Nordstrom Rack stores as well as Nordstrom.com to Doctors Without Borders.
9.) Miss Numa “I Glove Haiti T-Shirt”: Haitian glove designer and artist Miss Numa is selling her incredible Haiti t-shirts for $20. All proceeds go to the Haitian relief effort.
10.) Etsy Craft Hope Collective: All of the handmade items — handbags, jewelry, toys, and more — and crafting supplies at the Etsy “Craft Hope” shop go to Doctors Without Borders. They’ve raised $27,000 to date!
11.) DANNIJO Jewelry: Sisters Danielle and Jodie Snyder are donating a portion of the web sales of DANNIJO — their eclectic mixed metal jewelry collection with a cult following — to the Red Cross.
11.) Love Taza Headbands: Blogger and designer Love, Taza (AKA Naomi Megan) is giving 100% of the proceeds from her adorable, handmade headbands and accessories to Doctors Without Borders. The shop keeps selling out, so check back often.
+ More products that benefit Haiti after the jump!
16.) Kid Dangerous “Help Haiti” T-Shirt: Los Angeles-based Kid Dangerous‘ “Help Haiti” t-shirt benefits One Dome At A Time — an emergency relief organization working to build safe housing in Port-au-Prince, as well as worldwide. Kid Dangerous “Help Haiti” shirts are $35.
19.) ken & dana b-side Haitian Rights Necklace: New York jewelry designers ken & dana stamped this sterling silver necklace with the code of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 — the Public Law the abolished the national-origin quotas that were place in the United States since the Immigration Act of 1924. The necklace is $125, and $30 go to the Red Cross.