Your gift can do double duty when you purchase a product from a local company with a social mission.

1 Tees and hoodies from Wild Tiger Tees are printed by guests at Star House, a Milo Grogan drop-in center for homeless youths. The youths are paid for their time and receive job skills training. wildtigertees.com

2 The Awesome Company employs adults with autism in its Grove City print shop, decorating T-shirts, hoodies and other garments. theawesomecompany.com

3 Gluten-free treats from Food for Good Thought in Clintonville are baked by people with autism in a setting that provides coaching and career training. foodforgoodthought.com

4 Eleventh Candle Co. provides employment and trauma-informed support services to Central Ohio survivors of human trafficking. eleventhcandleco.com

5 Proceeds from Double Comfort’s Memphis-style sauces and spice mixes are donated to Central Ohio food pantries and hunger-related charities. doublecomfortfoods.com

6 When you buy a onesie or baby tee from Celebrate One, the organization donates a sleep-safe sleep sack to a Franklin County infant in need. celebrateone.info

7 Shea butter body lotion chips are made by Women Crafting Change, a collective of Columbus women from varied backgrounds who supplement their income by creating unique, handcrafted goods. womencraftingchange.com

8 Sculpted beads, ladder yarn necklaces and other items are made by incarcerated people through Kindway’s program of skills and life training, which includes assistance following release. kindway.net

9 Cozy coverings from Keepsake T-Shirt Quilts and Blankets are crafted from your favorite tees by deaf employees of the Bexley-based nonprofit. Proceeds support the organization’s mission of empowering the deaf. tshirtquilts.com, tshirtblankets.com