The Charity We Support
Strip us of all our worldly possessions, and all you have is a human - a human with rights. In a world where these rights are so horrendously violated, we are here to support charities that support adults and children in need.
But - we do more than throw money at the problem.
Our founder has personally volunteered in the UK as a mentor for vulnerable kids with Action for Children and has even travelled to the Republic of Burkina Faso in West Africa to lend a hand. In an effort to do more, we have also partnered with Ethiopiaid for their unapologetic devotion for young girls. For each item we sell, we will donate £1 to Ethiopiaid. No student should have to miss school because she’s menstruating, and Ethiopiaid is working hard to make sure she never has to miss another day of education again.
More about Ethiopiaid
Ethiopiaid is a UK-based charity that believes every person in Ethiopia deserves access to quality education, healthcare and a life of dignity. Their mission is to break the cycle of poverty by enabling the poorest and most vulnerable, and their communities, to live with dignity, to build resilience and achieve real and sustainable solutions to the challenges they face. While focusing on the needs of vulnerable Ethiopians at grass roots level, they build sustained relationships with trusted Ethiopian partners. Their partners know the context and solutions; Ethiopiaid listens and provides appropriate support.
Ethiopiaid's five main areas of work are women and girls; maternal health; education; people living with disabilities; and vulnerable people, including the elderly and those infected with diseases, such as Noma.
Ethiopia is a vibrant country experiencing positive development and growth, yet the cycle of poverty is extreme. The poorest and most marginalised are ever more vulnerable. Ethiopiaid’s partners provide the urgent help needed to make sure no one is left behind. You can read more about their work by visiting their website today: https://www.ethiopiaid.org.uk/
Ethiopiaid partners with local Ethiopian projects dedicated to promoting equality and opportunities for women and girls - and reducing harmful practices.