Over the years we have run successful charity projects raising essential funds through the sale of our products.
About The Queen’s Green Canopy
The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) is a unique tree planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022 which invites people from across the United Kingdom to “Plant a Tree for the Jubilee”.
Everyone from individuals to Scout and Girlguiding groups, villages, cities, counties, schools and corporates will be encouraged to play their part to enhance our environment by planting trees during the official planting season between October to March. Tree planting will commence again in October 2022, through to the end of the Jubilee year.
With a focus on planting sustainably, the QGC will encourage tree planting to create a legacy in honour of The Queen’s leadership of the nation, which will benefit future generations.
By inviting everyone to plant considerable numbers of new trees throughout the country, the QGC seeks to highlight the significant value of trees and woodlands as nature’s simple but highly effective way to clean the air we breathe, slow the impact of climate
About BFC Foundation
Formed in 2019, the BFC Foundation (Registered Charity Number: 1185152) brings all of the BFC’s charitable initiatives under one umbrella supporting the future growth and success of the British fashion industry by focusing on education, grant-giving and business mentoring.
The BFC Foundation aims to create pathways to support British fashion talent while addressing the need for continuous and growing support to increase the diversity of the talent pool and support businesses that are leading the way in terms of environmental and community impact. Since its inception in 2019, the BFC Foundation received total donations of £3,200,000 through fundraising efforts of all its talent support initiatives; funds from the BFC surplus generated from the organisation’s activities including The Fashion Awards; and a call to BFC stakeholders to support fundraising to help businesses survive the COVID crisis.
About the Hygiene Bank
Maintaining one’s hygiene in precarious conditions is almost impossible. Yet it is one of the keys to human dignity. The Hygiene Bank was created by people who were moved by the hygienic conditions of adults and children in need.
They collect care products, nappies, soaps, towels, and tampons, all the daily products necessary for good hygiene. The collection is done via schools and via drop off points. Visit their website for more info if you wish to volunteer
Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research U
Dame Deborah James (1981 – 2022) was a journalist, podcaster and campaigner. She sadly died from bowel cancer aged 40 and leaving us a series of BBC podcast “You, Me and the Big C” and a fund to support research in Bowel Cancer.
Fundraising projects through the sale of merchandise include Comic Relief, Sport Relief, Graduate Fashion Week, the BFC Foundation Fashion Fund for the Covid Crisis, UNESCO, Water Aid, and The Wings of Hope Children’s Charity to name a few.
Bags of Help campaign – launched to support front line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations of bags and care packages have been given for doctors to use for scrubs, to teachers, ambulance drivers, and care workers. For requests please email email@example.com with full details which can be verified.
Food Banks – we give away over stock bags, aprons, and teatowels to local food banks and places of worship in the UK.
India projects – we giveaway protective gear and packaging for slum projects, and voluntary projects who look after the most underprivileged children, and families in India.
All charity requests are verified, and sadly we are not able to support all requests but we are very grateful for the amazing work done by small and large organisations to service a more positive outcome for our society and planet.