Our Charities

As part of our ethical promise we pledge 3% of our sales income to charity. We divide this donation equally between the four environmental charities we support. You can find out more about these charities below:


Resurgence & Ecologist magazine is published by The Resurgence Trust, an educational charity that promotes ecological sustainability, social justice and spiritual values. Drawing wisdom from the natural world and ancient culture, The Resurgence Trust celebrates diversity and presents ideas, analysis and inspiration for a resilient and sustainable future. The Resurgence Trust also publishes The Ecologist website and organises events and conferences to inform, education and inspire a move towards a more ecological and equitable world.
Registered Charity No. 1120414


Polly Higgins is a Voice for the Earth. Her wish is to end Ecocide by 2020. Ecocide is the 'extensive damage, destruction to or loss of ecosystems.' Polly is supported by the Earth Community Trust who support her and others who are committed to uniting people and planet. As a Voice for the Earth, Polly uses her skills to advance her wish to end the Era of Ecocide by 2020. The Earth Community Trust applies holistic living principles in the furtherance of building an Earth Community through advancing the education of the public in the theory and practice of holistic living, including but not limited to the advancement of Earth Law, Restorative Justice, Earth Democracy, the People’s Process, Earth Walks and Earth Tours.
Registered Charity No. 1143660









There are as many as three million poisonings and 20,000 deaths each year from pesticide incidents. Pesticide Action Network UK works to eliminate the dangers of toxic pesticides, our exposure to them and their presence in the environment where we live and work. PAN UK works closely with partners in developing countries, where pesticide problems are sometimes far worse, to help farmers get off the pesticide treadmill and adopt sustainable and profitable farming practices. In the UK, they provide support to those suffering from pesticide exposure and work with farmers, retailers and government to reduce pesticide use. 
Registered charity No. 327215




















 makes a direct link between the need for environmental security and the defence of basic human rights. EJF empowers those people who suffer most from environmental abuses to find peaceful ways of preventing them. EJF is all about helping people to help themselves, providing training, equipment and support to grassroots activists in some of the world’s poorest countries, and working with them to ensure their message is heard both nationally and internationally. 
Registered charity No. 1088128