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Charity Donations

We donate 1% of our revenue to charity every month.

In the Sbri studio we are all about making and doing little things to lift your mood and add a little extra to the everyday. We create small accessories that make a big impact, like bright orange coin purses that have the power to bring a slice of sunshine to the gloomiest of days, or leopard print keyrings which make the mundane something to roar about. 

But we wanted to do more. We wanted our impact to be bigger, to make pieces that look good and do good. That’s why we donate 1% of our revenue to charitable causes every month, so every purchase makes a difference to your day and someone else's.

What are we doing?

It’s simple. Every quarter we choose a cause which aligns with our values, and at the end of each three-month period 1% of Sbri revenue is donated to the charity. And that’s total revenue, not just profit, so 1% of whatever you spend with us goes somewhere to make a difference. It’s that little extra joy all round.

Who are we supporting?

For January - March 2021 we are donating to The Young Women’s Trust, a fantastic charity supporting young women aged 18-30 who are living on low or no pay. Their goals are to unlock young women’s potential, smash career stereotypes, value women’s unpaid work and build equal workplaces, and they work towards these goals through campaigning, conducting research, activist training and offering services such as personalised CV feedback and 1:1 coaching for young women seeking support. A report by The Young Women’s Trust in November last year found that an estimated 1.5 million young women lost income since the start of the pandemic, making their work more vital than ever.

You can read more about The Young Women’s Trust here.


Previously supported:

July - September 2020: BCHA, delivering housing, support and learning services to vulnerable people across the south coast.

October - December 2020: The Girls Network, operating 1:1 mentoring schemes for girls aged 14-19 from disadvantaged communities across the UK.