We have partnered with three incredible charities close to our hearts to support their hard-working efforts, particularly during these challenging times.
For our luxury buyers, instead of a joining fee, are asked to donate a minimum of €200 each to one of these fantastic causes. Our suppliers are also encouraged to donate.
Just a Drop
Just a Drop brings sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities around the world, transforming lives. Their projects are community-owned, sustainable, and monitored for years after completion - this ensures they make a real impact to the lives of communities for decades to come.
Safe water changes everything. It improves health, education, women’s rights, leads to secure food sources, economic growth and brighter futures. It completely transforms lives, especially those of women and children. Just a Drop’s project work is currently focused In Cambodia, India, Kenya, Nicaragua, Uganda and Zambia.
Just a Drop and the Travel Industry
Just a Drop's origins are in the travel industry; their Founder, Fiona Jeffery OBE led World Travel Market for many years and remains a leading industry figure.
Just a Drop aims to encourage travel businesses and individuals in travel to give back to communities across the world with the provision of safe water and sanitation and throughout its history, the industry has proved to be hugely generous, support which lasts to this day.
Your Donation to Just a Drop
Just a Drop is very grateful for each and every donation received. They have been promoting the practice of proper handwashing with soap since 1998, preventing the spread of diseases and protecting communities. They are continuing with their vital work to provide communities with safe water, sanitation and training in handwashing and soap-making to help both reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, and to try and mitigate against the severity of it if caught, by keeping communities as healthy as possible.
Your donation will support this work, literally saving lives.
Hospitality Action is the benevolent charity for the UK hospitality industry, and a force for good. They offer lifelines to people who work or have worked in hospitality and find themselves in difficulty or crisis.
Successful hospitality businesses are built on happy, healthy and productive teams. It’s the job at HA to keep them happy, healthy and productive. They help people through physical and mental health issues, poverty, addiction, relationship breakdown, and all the other challenges that affect the human condition.
They’re there for the chefs, waiters, housekeepers and managers. They’re there for the concierges, receptionists and kitchen porters. And they’re there for every sommelier, bartender, catering assistant and cook across the UK.
Whether you work in hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars or cafés, schools, hospitals or event venues, they’re there to give you the help, advice and support you need whenever times get tough.
Whatever challenge you face - from physical illness or mental health issues to financial difficulty, family problems to addiction - Hospitality Action is there to get you back on your feet again. And when it’s no longer possible to work, they can help you prepare for the next phase of your life.
Whatever you do in hospitality, they’ve got you.
Whizz-Kidz is the UK’s leading charity for young wheelchair users and transforms the lives of disabled children by providing specialist, tailored wheelchairs, and crucial training and support—helping young disabled people on their journey to confidence, aspiration and independence.
All young people face challenges. But at Whizz-Kidz we know that for a young wheelchair user society can be that bit more challenging to navigate. There are many barriers which can prevent them from enjoying fun, active childhoods, accessing social and educational opportunities and, ultimately building the bright futures they deserve. Whizz-Kidz exist to ensure that young wheelchair users get the right equipment, training and opportunities they need to reach their full potential.
- Provide specialist wheelchairs and mobility equipment to meet children’s clinical and social needs, enabling independence
- Provide Wheelchair Skills Training to help young people feel safe, confident and get the most out of using their wheelchair
- Run Whizz-Kidz Clubs where young disabled people can meet up and make new friends, whilst trying new activities and gaining life skills
- Help young people build their careers, providing opportunities for young people to build skills, confidence and aspiration through Work Placements and Employability Skills training