Our Partners


A Forest Restoration Charity

"JUST ONE Tree is a non-profit initiative removing CO2 from the atmosphere and reversing biodiversity loss through global reforestation. They plant trees in areas severely affected by deforestation to maximise the effect on reducing global warming. In the process they help to provide agricultural education and sustainable incomes to local communities.

But they don’t stop there. JUST ONE Tree concentrates on restoring the entire ecosystem by planting on land and in the oceans, and they also focus on helping to shape the next generation of planet-conscious thinkers by bringing environmental education into the classrooms with lesson plans and JUST ONE Tree Day"

We have partnered up with JOT and we have pledged to support their restoration projects. We will plant a tree from each sale. We hope to level up our carbon emission by end of 2022. 

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British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR)

A Marine Conservation Charity

 "British Divers Marine Life Rescue’s mission is to provide assistance to any aquatic (marine and freshwater) animal in need of help.

It does this through the training of specialist marine mammal medics and deploying them around the country. Teams use an array of specialist rescue and PPE equipment to facilitate the rescue and release of animals from mammals (seals and cetaceans, and the odd otter) plus turtles and even fish.

BDMLR attempts to attend all call outs it receives whether that is simply checking a seal reported by a member of the public to a full blown environmental disaster such as an oil spill. It has medics and various pieces of specialised equipment located around the UK coast and works with rehabilitation centres and experts in many fields of animal rescue.

Over the years BDMLR has built a reputation for its high standard of work and exceptional knowledge and has been contacted by many overseas organisations and governments to assist with training personnel or providing rescuers and gear".

We will donate 5% of profit to support BDMLR UK therefore they can continue to protect whales, dolphins, Seals and other marine animals around the Thames and carry on doing their amazing works. 


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The Ocean CleanUp

Global Ocean CleanUp Charity

"The Ocean Cleanup is designing and developing cleanup systems to clean up what is already polluting our oceans and to intercept plastic on its way to the ocean via rivers.
A significant percentage of the plastic that enters the oceans from rivers and other sources during a transfer that can take many years, drifts into large systems of circulating ocean currents, also known as gyres. Once trapped in a gyre, the plastic will slowly break down into micro plastics and become increasingly easier to mistake for food by sea life".
"The Ocean Cleanup's team consists of more than 90 engineers, researchers, scientists and computational modelers working daily to rid the world's oceans of plastic".
We have pledged to independently support their cause and their mission to reduce ocean plastics and clearing up "Pacific Garbage Patch" and stopping plastics entering into the sea via our waterways. 
**All the images owned by The Ocean CleanUp**

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Sea Shepherd UK

A Marine Conservation Charity

Sea Shepherd UK is a registered marine conservation charity whose primary mission is to end the destruction of habitats and illegal killing of wildlife around the UK's coastline and across the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect marine ecosystems and species.
Sea Shepherd UK uses innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities committed against marine wildlife. Sea Shepherd UK also engaging in campaigns to help defend and restore coastal and marine areas. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately balanced oceanic ecosystems, Sea Shepherd UK works to ensure their survival for future generations.

The objectives of Sea Shepherd UK are to conserve and protect the UK’s and the world’s marine ecosystems, habitats and species. Sea Shepherd UK may also engage in conservation activities to protect freshwater habitats and species.The charity endeavours to accomplish these goals through public education, investigation, documentation and, where appropriate (and where legal authority exists under international law or under agreement of national governments) to help enforce violations of international treaties, laws and conventions designated to protect the oceans. All of Sea Shepherd UK’s campaigns to defend marine wildlife or habitats are guided by the United Nations World Charter for Nature or other relevant national or international conservation laws, treaties and regulations.

We have pledged to support and donate to Sea Shepherd on various cleanup projects, such as 'Marine Debris Campaign' & 'Source to Sea' approach. 

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