- Brands that not only make a profit but make a difference are becoming more popular
- Matthew Clough sells backpacks to fund education in Tanzania
- 31 Bits helps internally displaced women in Uganda earn a living making jewelry
- The founders of Krochet Kids turned a high school hobby into a international nonprofit
(CNN)For years, chocolate, jewelry and flowers have been Valentine's Day staples. However, many consumers are now giving gifts that not only say I love you, but also help those in need.