Causes We Believe In
We want to give a big high-five to a number of great causes that we believe in! From animal charities to people charities and even causes that spread the wholefood message and help the planet we live on, we care passionately about each cause. And, to highlight their great work and show our support we feature a charity logo on all our packaging. Always have, and always will. Please take a moment to show your support by having a look around and find out a little more…
Founded in 1977 Animal Aid is the UK's largest animal rights group and one of the longest established in the world. They campaign peacefully against all forms of animal abuse and promote a cruelty-free lifestyle. They investigate and expose animal cruelty, and their undercover investigations and other evidence are often used by the media, bringing these issues to public attention.
For more information please visit: www.animalaid.org.uk
Since being established in 2006, Trekstock has raised thousands of pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust. The idea originated when its founder, Sophie Epstone, signed up for a Teenage Cancer Trust trek to Everest. To raise money, she conceived the idea to put on a little music gig, pushing her to visit the UK festivals, spread the word about Teenage Cancer Trust and promote the event using her now cult 'I love Trekstock' blue badges. The message grew far and wide, as did the support from world famous artists and celebrities.
Trekstock has had a presence promoting Teenage Cancer Trust at all of the UK's biggest and best festival including Glastonbury, Bestival, V Festival, Leeds Festival, The Mighty Boosh Festival, Underage, O2 Wireless and Hard Rock Calling.
To support this great cause, find out more at www.trekstock.com
Planeat’s mission is to create awareness of the health and environmental benefits of a plant-based diet. It encourages consumers to reduce their meat and dairy consumption, and be inspired by plant-based cuisine.
The team behind Planeat have made a film, based on scientific research, which explores the positive impact that switching to a plant-based diet has, not only on your individual health, but also on the health of the planet as a whole. The film has three main messages: inspire consumers to reduce their meat and dairy consumption, and instead cook whole plant-based dishes; encourage businesses to put whole, plant-based options on the menu and influence governments to stop subsidising factory farming, and instead support small-scale organic farming.
For more information and to watch the film visit www.planeat.tv
Sumatran Orangutan Society (SOS)
Sumatran Orangutans are critically endangered. Habitat loss due to conversion of forests for palm oil plantations, and poaching for the illegal pet trade, are pushing them to the brink of extinction. The Sumatran Orangutan Society is dedicated to the conservation and welfare of the species and its habitat - please visit their website to find out more about their projects in Sumatra and their international campaigns
To support the work of the SOS please visit: www.orangutans-sos.org
Action against Hunger
Action Against Hunger is an international humanitarian organisation committed to ending child hunger. Recognised as a leader in the fight against malnutrition, the charity saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger. With 30 years of expertise in emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster and chronic food insecurity, ACF runs life-saving programmes in over 40 countries benefitting five million people each year. Every year, of their 6,000 field workers help over 5 million people in over 40 countries worldwide. Now that’s what we call being helpful :)
To find out more or see how you can get involved, please visit www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk