Charity Connections & Awareness Collaborations
Our Charitable Connections & Contributions; AnnaJane's Awareness Collaborations
Charitable organisations play an increasingly crucial role in the make up of our civilised society and economy. I want AnnaJane to be part of supporting that.
I have been pleased to be able to support a number of registered charities and charitable or community endeavours in various small ways over the years, from providing raffle prizes, to offering pro-bono creative services, to making small financial contributions through specific sales campaigns or one off donations.
I am delighted to be making my charitable my support more regular from April 2019 by introducing AnnaJane's Awareness Collaborations; a percentage of profits from sales of my #squiffystar collection products will be turned into donations every few months for a selection of small registered charities where the proverbial 'every little' is still so meaningful.
While the financial numbers will start small due to the scale of my small business, I will be using my collaborations to add value to my support by using opportunities to raise awareness for the charity and their goals wherever possible.
If you have a suggestion for a small charity or for a collaboration to support one, please send me a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 2019: Safe and Sound Group - safeandsoundgroup.org.uk
Safe and Sound is a highly-regarded local charity which specialises in grassroots work across Derbyshire that transforms the lives of children and young people who are victims or are at risk of child sexual exploitation (CSE). They support individuals to move forward with their lives and raise awareness of the issue amongst local communities. Visit their website to read more about their work and goals.
A few years ago, I was involved in the production of the excellent, powerful and (rightly) harrowing BBC drama 'Three Girls' with my daughters. The experience highlighted for me just how appallingly unaware we were/are of some truly awful things that go on right under our noses. As a parent, I want my daughters to grow up in a safer, more aware & more supportive world. 'Three Girls' is also where they & I met the fantastic actress Molly Windsor who deservingly won a BAFTA for her role in the dramatisation. Molly has since introduced me this superb small charity & this is where I am choosing to pledge my first round of support.