The Hot List is a weekly roundup of our latest impulse buys. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, shop these products that pay it forward.
The Journey Ring is dainty, but the give-back is anything but. Purpose jewelry is handcrafted by survivors of modern-day slavery, with proceeds benefiting victims of sex trafficking. Stack multiple brass and silver rings for a contemporary mixed-metal look. $16. Lily & Sparrow Boutique, 11720 Maple St., Fishers, 317-578-2445
Sriracha makes everything taste better, including this locally made stone-ground mustard. But this artisan food doesn’t just taste good, it does good, too. Best Boy & Co. gives 100 percent of the proceeds to nonprofits for families and children. $8. Homespun: Modern Handmade, 869 Massachusetts Ave., 317-351-0280
Same worthy causes, fresh new fragrance. Lush, the animal-cruelty-free company, swapped the rich chocolate-scented Charity Pot for this new version with a light floral aroma. The proceeds of this body lotion benefit more than 850 humanitarian, environmental, and animal-rights causes. $25.95. Lush, The Fashion Mall, 317-844-9260
For Cambodian woman in severe poverty, byTavi is “more than a fashion statement.” The hand-sewn clothing line provides 40 women with health checks, meals, and a better way of life. Snag this cute “Eli Blue” stuffed elephant inspired and designed by the women. $20. byTavi Boutique, 436 E. Jefferson St., Franklin, 317-851-8854
The idea is simple: Embrace the word engraved on the repurposed key, then share the love by giving the necklace to someone who needs the message more than you. The Giving Keys new miniature style will tempt you to hang on to the product, but you should pay it forward anyway. $45. BluePeppermint Boutique, 8936 South St., Fishers, 317-436-7082