UNICEF Market Holiday Gifts That Give Back to the World's Children

November 26, 2019

Make this the season of giving back with handmade artisanal gifts that support UNICEF's work to save and protect the world's children.



For over 70 years, UNICEF has been putting children first, working to protect their rights and provide the assistance and services they need to survive and thrive all over the world. 

Shopping UNICEF Market's Holiday collection is the perfect way to make this year the season of giving back.   

UNICEF Market connects makers of beautiful handmade artisanal gifts to a global clientele while helping them build sustainable businesses that can support their families and their art. At the same time, proceeds from every UNICEF Market purchase go toward helping to fund UNICEF's work to save and protect the world’s most vulnerable children.

UNICEF Market Holiday Gifts for Her 

The UNICEF Market Holiday Collection for Her has warm winter clothing and chic Lapis Lazuli jewels that are as unique as she is.


UNICEF Market Holiday Gifts for Him 

Alpaca woolens, on-trend hand-knit clothing and fuzzy fleece goods you won't find anywhere else! Make the UNICEF Market Holiday Collection for Him one-stop shopping for all the men on your holiday list.


UNICEF Market Holiday Home Gifts 

Handwoven textiles, handcrafted works of art and Mexican blue talavera dining sets from the UNICEF Market Holiday Home Collection will make their home — or yours! — a haven with eclectic style. 


The UNICEF Market Holiday Collection has handcrafted gifts that give back for everyone on your holiday list. For more artisanal treasures, check out the Market's gifts under $25, eco-friendly gifts, kitchen gifts, Alpaca gifts and unique home decor items for the holidays.


UNICEF and partners are working tirelessly in Syria, Yemen, South Sudan, Bangladesh and around the world to save and protect children. With a presence in 190 countries, UNICEF has helped save more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization in the world.