Join us in spreading some additional holiday cheer.
Beginning December 1st, C. Todd Smith Law is asking Florida residents to answer our holiday riddles for a chance to receive a very special care package – our Florida Gifts that Giveback.
Upon entering, you’ll be in the running for curated baskets of locally made products. Some of the brands included are Corkcicle, Credo, Teleties, The Good Crowd Shop, and more! We will recognize one Florida resident each week through December 29th.
We encourage YOU to visit www.CToddLaw.com/Gifts-that-Giveback to submit your entry today!
In a year that has been like no other, our team at C. Todd Smith Law wanted to spread a little more joy this year and then some. That is why our team has assembled for the holiday these very unique Florida Gift Baskets that Give.https://ctoddlaw.com/blog/
Just how do they give? Each hand-selected product supports a local Florida business. In addition, each of these products has a greater impact to our communities, our Nation and even across the globe.
So while you will most certainly enjoy your gifts, you can feel that extra spirit of joy knowing that your gift supported local businesses and beyond.
Read all about these Florida Gifts that Give and the companies below.
Buying coffee is a big deal.
“We move toward the CREDO with successive small choices, like a cup of coffee. We’re convinced that buying a cup of coffee is a big deal. Our coffee is carried down mountains, shipped across oceans, and carefully roasted just for you. Each cup of CREDO coffee not only tastes great, but it has a positive impact on the people who touch it. We build relationships with our growers and suppliers to avoid supporting the exploitation of people or the environment; and we pay growers as directly as possible to get as much money in their hands as we can. Your coffee purchase always supports a system, our system is making an impact for good. That’s why we have you name your price — with CREDO you don’t just buy a cup, you decide what role you will play in the supply chain.”Ben Hoyer, Founder of Credo
Visit www.DowntownCredo.com for the full story of meaning and impact.
By giving people access to clean water, we can restore health, provide new opportunities, and create real change in developing countries. That’s why Corkcicle has partnered with charity: water to help make a difference. Every product helps bring clean water to people in need.
To learn more about Corkcicle and Charity: Water, visit www.Corckcicle.com.
A donation is made to FORCE (Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered) with the purchase of each Teletie. FORCE is a non-profit organization that aims toward improving the lives of people and families affected by hereditary breast, ovarian and related cancers.
Need more Teleties? Visit www.Teleties.com.
Orlando based, Blossom, started as seeds in the gardens of Quest Training Center as a vocational and skills development opportunity for the people receiving services there. Through this early partnership, Blossom now produces a range of artisanal products. Each product is handcrafted by individuals with developmental disabilities.
For more information, visit www.ShopBlossom.org.
The Good Crowd Shop
Show your Orlando spirit proudly. A portion of all proceeds of all Love Orlando Orange items benefits an Orlando-based LGBTQ organization, Zebra Coalition. Zebra Coalition is a 501c3 that helps LGBTQ youth who have been outcast by their families, facing bullying and dealing with alcohol, drug, and sexual abuse.
Visit the Good Crowd Shop at www. GoodCrowdShop.com.
Clean the World
Clean the World is keeping the world clean one recycled bar at a time. A percentage of sales is donated to nonprofits dedicated to protecting the planet because of a partnership with For The Planet.
Looking to do a little more cleaning? Visit www.CleanTheWorld.org.
Give Kids the World
Give Kids The World Village is an 89-acre, nonprofit resort in Central Florida that provides weeklong, cost-free vacations to children with critical illnesses and their families.
Each ornament and card was lovingly designed by a child that spent time at the fantastical village.
Discover more ways to give back by visiting www.GKTW.org.