Gift-giving season is upon us, which means we can get crazy gluttonous with wish lists for ourselves while we scour the Internet for the perfect special something for our loved ones. Here are six items to gift to friends and family (or even put on your own wish list) that help to support and empower women!

For the ladies…
This 323 Boob Sweater is made to order. Plus, 10 percent of all sales go to Planned Parenthood and 3 percent of sales go to the Downtown Women’s Center, which provides safe, permanent, and supportive housing for homeless women in Downtown, Los Angeles. For a lower price point, try the Infinite Boob Tee instead.

For the jewelry lover…
Raven and Lily’s products help benefit marginalized women across the world in countries like Kenya, Cambodia, India, and even the USA. Clothing, jewelry, bags, and home goods are crafted by women employed by the company so they can have access to fair wages, health care, and education. These earrings are crafted by artisans living in the Kibera slum of Nairobi.

For those should-be feminists…
Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s famous Tedx Talk “We Should All Be Feminists” can empower anyone (case in point: Beyoncé used her speech on her latest album, Lemonade). The book form is not only pocket-sized and colorful, but it offers a unique perspective on 21st-century feminism. Plus, it’s an excellent gift for anyone in your life who needs a little push toward the F word.

For the friend traveling to NYC…
Splurge on tickets to Broadway’s hit musical Waitress, featuring music by the ever-catchy Sara Bareilles, and also boasting Broadway’s first ever all-female creative team. Yes, ever. The feel-good plot and mini pies in a jar for sale at the concession stand only add to the fun.

For safety…
Spend just five dollars a month on the Wearsafe Tag, an app-connected device its user can activate to send live audio and a location to preselected family and friends. With a rise in attention on the harassment women endure while running, this is especially helpful for athletes who hit the trail in the darker mornings and evenings of winter.

For mental health awareness…
Michelle Hammer is a 28-year-old living with schizophrenia, so her fashion-forward line of tanks, tees, totes, and more benefit organizations throughout New York City that raise awareness for mental health and provide service for the mentally ill. Purchase the loud-and-proud items that feature the brand’s signature phrase: Don’t Be Paranoid, You Look Great.

Ashley Ross is a freelance writer in New York City who has written for The New York Times, TIME, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, SHAPE, Glamour.com and more. She's a former gymnast and a graduate of the University of Florida.