What a feminist REALLY looks like.

Just days ago the Mail on Sunday featured a story about T-shirts that had been made in a sweatshop. The story was significant for a few reasons. First of all because the Daily Mail was writing a story about Ethical Fashion and supply chains – not something that usually fills the pages of the tabloid […]

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Pharmaceuticals & the Poor

“Just another corporate easing their conscience & buying charity silence?” May 10, 2013. London, United Kingdom. One of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies and a global charity has announced a 5 year partnership worth more than £15 million. The two organisations are seemingly unlikely partners, given that Save the Children was one of a number […]

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Ensuring Corporate Philanthropy Partnerships Work

In an article for ‘Charities Management Magazine‘ this month, our MD Duncan Parker gives some insight into how to form and sustain effective partnerships between business and charities. “DUNCAN PARKER, managing director of agency ETHICAL GOODS, emphasises the requirement for careful thought beforehand and then disciplined commitment throughout by both corporates and charities if partnerships […]

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12 Days of Christmas – Day 12

Day 12’s Sustainable Christmas Gift Idea – Home-made Christmas Treats Our favourite sustainable gift idea is saved until last. And it couldn’t be more on-trend! All the TV cooking and variety shows are showing you how to make economical and unique home made Christmas treats. The site of them gets all of our appetites going, so […]

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12 Days of Christmas – Day 11

Day 11’s Sustainable Christmas Gift Idea – Gift a Tree Presents don’t get more sustainable than the gift of a tree! And you certainly won’t be stuck for choice either! Fruit trees, potted plants, vegetables, Bonsai’s or herbs can be a unique and original present that your loved one can reap the benefits from. Plants […]

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12 Days of Christmas – Day 10

Day 10’s Sustainable Christmas Gift Idea – Homemade Christmas Decorations Christmas decorations have become quite dull, unless you have a huge budget to spend. Tired of all of the boring baubles, mass produced stars and trinkets that have made our all our trees look like cloned catalogue creations? Homemade decorations  can be created from materials already […]

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12 Days of Christmas – Day 9

Day 9’s Sustainable Christmas Gift Idea – A Night-In Gift Pack A great gift idea for families is a ‘Night-In’ gift pack made up of all the things to enjoy a cosy night in with all the family. This is not just economical but it is an opportunity to enjoy those special family moments. And […]

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12 Days of Christmas – Day 8

Day 8’s Sustainable Christmas Gift Idea – Ethical Stationery A great present to buy is a product that is linked with charity. Not only can you be sure that you get a useful, ethical product, but you also know that something good happens when you buy it. We think a pretty great example of this […]

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12 Days of Christmas – Day 7

Day 7’s Sustainable Christmas Gift Idea – Grobox mat for children This is a great gift, easy to use and an educational tool for children to learn about growing their own plants, fruit and vegetables. The Grobox mat is made out of waste materials and support cities through the GROW Foundation, greening spaces, changing lives […]

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12 Days of Christmas – Day 6

Day 6’s Sustainable Christmas Gift Idea – Virtual Gifts The idea has been around for years but charities are great at coming up with some unique and inspiring virtual gifts for you to choose from. If you have not bought or received one before, here’s how it works: 1.You choose a gift from the charity […]

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