20% OF ALL NET SALES FROM TODAY DONATED TO CHARITY

Whilst this time of year is often celebrated around the world it’s important to think of the people most vulnerable.

Today we are implementing Buy For Good across the entire website. We will be donating 20% of all net sales on this day to charity to help support Women and children in need.

This is our way of giving back to people who are especially vulnerable at this time of year. Thank you for your support, your purchases today are for a good cause!

THE CHARITIES

MARYLEBONE PROJECT (United Kingdom)

The Marylebone Project is a registered Social Landlord created through a partnership between the Church Army and the Portman House Trust. It provides 112 short and long term beds for homeless women and it offers essential facilities and support for women visiting the center of Marylebone.

The Marylebone Center also offers opportunities for education, employment, training and meaningful activities to support service users for independent living. MBP-keyThe Marylebone Project's social company, Made in Marylebone, offers a catering service (Munch in Marylebone) and meeting places in central London (Space in Marylebone). In doing so, it provides training and work experience to service users, while producing ongoing funds for the Marylebone Project.

The people that Marylebone Project supports are often affected by substance abuse, unemployment, domestic violence and mental health problems. Whatever your story, the goal is the same end; self-esteem, employment and independent living.

They do this by providing shelter, emotional support, educational opportunities, spiritual space and events in a warm and safe environment. They are part of the Evening Standard's 'Homeless Fund' campaign, with the aim of combating homelessness in London over the next 2 years. With the support of this initiative, they hope to achieve the vision of making Marylebone Center a service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for vulnerable women.

HORIZONT (Germany)

The non-profit association HORIZONT e.V. was founded in 1997 by Jutta Speidel.

The association's objective is to welcome and care for mothers without permanent residence, together with their children, as well as for socially disadvantaged families. To this end, the association operates HORIZONT houses: a shelter for traumatized families and an open house with socio-cultural offers that promote a sustainable anchorage in society.

The foundation's goal is to support innocent children in need and their mothers, socially needy families and young people, including those with a history of migration. In particular, the foundation's purpose is accomplished through financial support from HORIZONT e.V.