Every product bought from The Conscious Company contributes to the wider picture by donating to charity – so you can look good and feel good, in the knowledge that your purchase has made a difference.
The Conscious Company also privately supports UK charity Cecily’s Fund – which helps vulnerable children in Zambia, Southern Africa. Cecily’s Fund projects have been visited and verified by us as part of our commitment to transparency.
The charities that we support (listed below) contribute to making our ever-developing world, a better place. We have made sure that a wide range of causes that are important to us – climate change, poverty relief, cancer support and research, homelessness, mental health awareness, environmental awareness – are represented, but please get in touch if you have a charity suggestion that we may be able to donate to in the future.
Our checkout process has been customised so that you are able to choose which of our ten charities, you would like to donate to. Can’t decide? Don’t worry, there’s an option for you to split your donation between all of them. If you do not select a specific charity, your donation will automatically be split.
Oxfam GB, registered charity number: 202918
Oxfam is a global movement of people who share the belief that, in a world rich in resources, poverty isn't inevitable. They are dedicated to building a just and safer world focusing on people's rights, ending poverty and helping to rebuild the lives affected by it. Oxfam saves lives by responding quickly with aid and protection during emergencies, empower people to work their own way out of poverty and campaign for lasting change.
St Mungo’s, registered charity number: 1149085
St Mungo’s vision is that everyone should have a decent place to live, something meaningful to do, and satisfying relationships with other people - as well as the good health to enjoy them.
This is why they work to house, support and care for vulnerable and excluded people who either have been, or are at risk of, sleeping rough and homelessness, so that they can look forward with optimism and can improve their quality of life.
Save The Children, registered charity number: 213890
Save the Children is the world's leading independent organization for children in need, with programs in nearly 120 countries. They aim to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to create immediate and lasting change in their lives by improving their health, education and economic opportunities. in times of acute crisis, Save The Children mobilise rapid assistance to help children recover from the effects of war, conflict and natural disasters.
African Impact Foundation, registered charity number: 1123529
The African Impact Foundation works to implement long-term, positive change in the lives of individuals, families and communities in Africa. Their commitment to 'Educate, Enrich and Empower' points to their main areas of focus: Education and Enrichment, Health and Nutrition, Empowering Families, The Girl Impact and Conservation. They also pride themselves on their knowledge of sustainable and responsible development.
Street Child, registered charity number: 1128536
Street Child is an organization that aims to create educational opportunities for some of the world's most vulnerable children. Since launching in 2008 Street Child has supported more than 50,000 children across Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nepal.
Whether working with children on the streets, providing business support for families who are suffering from the effects of income poverty, building first ever schools in rural communities, or working in crisis areas where children's ability to learn has been adversely affected, Street Child is committed to transforming lives through increased access to education with a core focus on sustainable responses.
The charity works in some of the world's poorest countries, including regions recently beset by major natural or medical crises. Street Child's projects are designed to help ensure that children whose educational opportunities are at risk can access their right to a seat in the classroom and stay there.
Help Refugees, registered charity number: 1177927
Help Refugees is the leading UK NGO in a new movement of humanitarian aid, funding over 80 projects across the UK, Europe and the Middle East. They have reached over 600,000 refugees, and mobilised over 20,000 volunteers since summer 2015.
Acting where governmental and other non-governmental bodies are unable to, they fill the huge and terrifying gaps in services for those displaced by war in Europe and beyond.
Rethink Mental Illness, registered charity number: 1227970
Rethink Mental Illness has over 40 years' experience of helping thousands of the most vulnerable people to realise they are not alone. They reach 60,000 people across England every year through their services and provide information and advice through a national helpline, over 100 factsheets and a network of 130 support groups.
Stand Up to Cancer, registered charity number: 1089464
Stand Up To Cancer’s (SU2C) mission is to raise funds to accelerate the pace of groundbreaking translational research that can get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now.
SU2C brings together the best and the brightest researchers and mandates collaboration among the cancer community. By galvanizing the entertainment industry, SU2C has set out to generate awareness, educate the public on cancer prevention and help more people diagnosed with cancer become long-term survivors.
Friends of the Earth, registered charity number: 281681
Friends of the Earth is an advocacy organisation dedicated to protecting the environment, human communities, and healthy life on our planet. They are part of an international network in 76 countries across five continents. For more than 40 years, Friends of the Earth has been the leader in aggressively confronting the root causes of climate change, in stopping wasteful government handouts to polluting industries, and in stemming damaging corporate exploitation that places profit above human and environmental wellbeing. Friends of the Earth promotes clean and sustainable energy, fair solutions to the climate crisis, responsible use of technology, and protection of the earth’s natural treasures.
Free a Girl, registered international non government organisation
Free a Girl is a relief organisation that is committed to rescuing young girls from forced prostitution and convicting the offenders. Free a Girl believes that children and young people have the right to grow up in a safe environment and to be protected at all times from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation.