NPRs’ 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

‘Tis the season! And whether you still need to get gifts for those special people in your life or you’re frantically searching the web to figure out whatever it is you want to ask for this year… Nonprofit Resources has got you covered. Look no further, with our staff picks for 2019 we have put together a guide that has a little bit of everything – for him, for her, for all making you look composed and on top of your gift game this holiday season!

For the Traveler

  1. Blundstone Boots ($190+)
  2. Away Luggage ($195+)
  3. Bose SoundLink Portable Speaker ($69)

“By far the best footwear I own – durable, versatile, not to mention comfortable. So glad these Aussie boots are making their way to the states, a forever staple to my wardrobe, not to mention the first thing packed in my suitcase regardless of the destination.”

“Everyone comes with baggage … just make sure yours holds up! While good luggage is hard to come by these days, Away not only looks sleek but has a lifetime warranty ensuring your bags are the least of your worries while traveling.”

“Perfect for any adventure, this portable speaker by Bose is waterproof, lasts up to six hours, and has wireless Bluetooth pairing providing you with crisp and balanced sound wherever you’re off to next.”

For the Chef

  1. Ninja Hot and Cold Brew System ($170)
  2. Sur La Table Cooking Classes ($50 – $60)
  3. Vitamix ($350+)

“Be your own barista and brew your own coffee right from home. Ninja’s Hot and Cold Brew System offers a vast array of coffee and tea options. From iced lattes to frothy cappuccinos, you’ll feel like a professional.”

“Give the gift of quality time spent together. Cooking classes at Sur La Table allows you to roll up your sleeves with loved ones to share a couple of hours learning new cuisines, expanding tastes and polishing skills no matter your experience in the kitchen.”

“I used to think a blender was a blender until I realized Vitamix does it better. Let me tell you, its worth the higher price tag. I will never purchase any other blender again – it heats, chops, dices, purees, there’s nothing a Vitamix can’t do.”

For the Homebody

  1. Handmade Chunky Knit Blanket ($69)
  2. Vinyl Record Player ($39.96+)
  3. Young Living Aria Diffuser + Essential Oils ($200+)

“Around the holidays you can’t go wrong with a cozy gift. This super-soft blanket comes in four different colors that make for a great addition to any chair, sofa, bed or movie night. Any family member is sure to love it, that is if you don’t already want to keep it for yourself.”

“Technology is always evolving and while this turn-table has been modernized, it still holds the retro feel cherished by many generations. Strike up conversation this year with a gift that appeals to all.”

“Great for stress, colds, sleep, energy – the list goes on. Essential oils are a great way to eliminate toxins naturally while leaving your household smelling fresh and feeling clean. Young Living’s Aria diffuser incorporates sound and light making your space that much more relaxed.”

For the Business Professional

  1. The Art of Gathering ($19)
  2. Monogram Mug ($9)
  3. The Oak Journal ($35)

The holidays are here and while we share that time together, Priya Parker reminds us that sometimes we fail to inspire, engage, or connect. Whether it’s at large family gatherings, work, or home, learn to make for more moving, magical and mind-changing interaction.”

“This charming mug features vibrant floral blooms with a gilded monogram letter, making it the perfect personalized gift. You’ll be the thoughtful co-worker they think of as they sip their hot beverage each day.”

“Motivate staff by gifting the Oak Journal, designed to help accomplish any business, personal and/or family goals in 90 days. With 2020 among us what better way to jump-start the new year and tackle any obstacles ahead!”

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