We believe that if you can do something to help someone else, then you should. We understand that for some supporting charities - particularly financially - can be hard to do. So let us do some of that for you.
We donate 10% of our profits to two well-deserving charities that lie close to our hearts. To find out more about them, keep scrolling to learn a little more.
SEED Madagascar is a sustainable development charity headquartered in London but working primarily in the southeast of Madagascar.
Madagascar is currently the world's poorest country, yet this is a little known fact. As a struggling nation and a hotspot of increasingly endangered yet biologically crucial biodiversity, SEED aim to improve the lives of people living in extreme poverty whilst protecting and enhancing the natural environment.
Working across conservation, education, healthcare and sustainable livelihoods SEED have built a strong partnership with the communities and authorities alongside which they work. It is this relationship and their commitment to long-term sustainable development that has delivered the successes they have seen over the last 20 years.
If you are interested in finding out more about the work of SEED or getting involved, head to their website via this link.
Mind has been providing advice and support to empower people experiencing a mental health problem for over 60 years. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding locally and nationally to enable anyone, anywhere to find support.
Mental health is beginning to lose it's stigma, but there is a long way to go. Mind lead the way in developing policies that influence local and national government to make changes to legislation, like the Mental Health Act, that result in openings in funding to allow more people to be seen by doctors, nurses and therapists.
Mind raise money through public donations, trusts and foundations, companies and their network of 156 charity shops but there is always a need for more as while the stigma is lifting, it means there are more people with mental health issues needing support.
Find out more about what Mind do here.