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Small but mighty!

Businesses all over the UK are coming together to make a real difference to charities who need it most. It's incredibly inspiring to see so many small businesses, from Etsy entrepreneurs to altruistic accountants putting purpose at the heart of their business and raising thousands of pounds for charity.

We're extremely proud of the Work for Good business community and want to introduce some of the businesses who are dedicated to using their work to inspire positive change.

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Sheabutter Cottage donates a % of every sale

Mental health is very important to me, which is why it's great to support Young Minds through Work for Good and make a real difference to young people's lives.

How Sheabutter Cottage is making an impact

What do they do?

Founded by socialpreneur Akua Wood, Sheabutter Cottage makes organic, cruelty-free beauty products crafted from natural, Fairtrade ingredients.

How do they donate?

Akua believes in putting purpose at the heart of her business. Not only does she have her own foundation, helping children with education and welfare needs, but she also donates a percentage of every sale to Young Minds to help support and empower young people.

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Raffolux donates 10% of each raffle ticket sold

Supporting good causes is right at the heart of our mission. Work For Good has helped us to streamline our donations, enabled us to donate to a number of amazing causes, and publicise those donations in a way we wouldn’t have been able to otherwise.

How Raffolux is making an impact

What do they do?

Raffolux is an online interactive raffle platform that offers customers the chance to win luxurious prizes, whilst supporting causes they care about.

How do they donate?

Charity is at the heart of everything they do, which is why they donate 10% of each ticket to national and local charities, which are chosen by their customers.

Raffolux is a great example of a small business who have embraced the philosophy of giving as you grow. They began by donating smaller amounts to begin with, but as the business grew they have been able to increase their support and now donate £7,000 every month to charities.

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Hatchling Makes donate 10% of every sale

I believe it's vital to be doing all we can to save our endangered species. Work for Good makes it so easy, setting up and paying a donation is a breeze and my customers love that they're helping to save animals with every purchase.

How Hatchling Makes is making an impact

What do they do?

Tash is the founder of Hatchling Makes and sells a variety of animal illustrated products: from sloth greeting cards to t-rex pouches.

How do they donate?

As a lifelong animal lover, fundraising for wildlife charities is at the heart of what she does, so when you buy from Tash you’re not just getting a unique gift, you’re also helping to support endangered animals at the same time, as she donates 10% of all her profits to wildlife conservation charities.

Hatchling Makes also recently won our 'Business for Good Champion' award, for pro-actively encouraging other small businesses to use their business for good, well done Tash!

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Seeing social donates 10% of invoices

I believe all businesses should have a Corporate Social Responsibility element. By working with me, they automatically do as 10% of all my invoices go to charity via Work For Good, and they are often inspired to do more for good causes because of it.

How Seeing Social is making an impact

What do they do?

Seeing Social was founded by Jo Barber and is an online marketing consultancy, which helps start-ups, SMEs and other businesses to build in Corporate Social Responsibility into their business.

How do they donate?

Jo is passionate about donating through her business and making a difference through her work, so she regularly donates 10% of her invoices to support homeless and environmental charities.

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Good Koffee donates 5p per sale to Create London

Our mission at GOOD is to create adventurous, natural and great tasting drinks. Bringing a whole new perspective to coffee and social drinking. Our wish is to encourage connection through coffee, and live by our name to do GOOD too.

How Good Koffee is making an impact

What do they do?

The pandemic is inspiring a new batch of bold, ethical entrepreneurs who are determined to do good through their business . One of those is Chris Crocker, who launched GOOD KOFFEE - the first range of coffee Kombucha drinks in the UK. ⠀

How do they donate?

Chris is a Theatre Technician, but when the West End shut-down last March, he took the decision to turn his kitchen-table drinks company into a full-time business. His aim was to offer healthy coffee drinks, to encourage connection through an alternative way of social drinking and also do GOOD. The coffee he uses is grown by an empowering, co-operative of women-only producers and after a life spent in the creative industry, he also wanted to support a charity that was helping to improve people's lives through the arts and now donates 5p per sale to Create London.

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