7th Apr 2020
When the world changed those weeks ago we saw our clients step up and do some fabulously creative, kind and imaginative things to adapt and show their care for others. We were so inspired by this we decided to share their great work. So here's part two of the amazing things our clients have been doing...
Sian at Ethical Hour gave businesses a pep talk. Ethical Hour are guiding businesses through a tricky time with much needed connection and support.
Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution is to take place entirely online for the first time this year, from 20th - 26th April. We are delighted to be sponsoring this event with our Green Hosting service.
Besma at Curiously Conscious is sending shout-outs on her Instagram channel to sustainable stores who have had to close and shares 22 feel good ideas for working from home.
Musician, songwriter and music producer David Booth has been making sure we have music with his virtual busking sessions.
The Haller Foundation have developed a hand sanitiser which they use for their work in Kenya and shared the recipe
Lynda Stead told us about a company who provides a month's supply of their specilist handcream to midwives for each product sold. Lynda is also creating wired headbands to keep her hair under control until we can go to the hairdressers again.
Ethical Unicorn talks about a movement to make the world fairer when we come out of this - the global online hackathon taking place on 18th & 19th April. This isn't a tech event but invites everyone to join in and talk about actionable solutions.
Anja Lobert creates beautiful, natural soaps and sent a free soap hamper to NHS frontline staff. She has also made a hand sanitiser which is for sale at her website and will deliver in Manchester.
The Wildlife Garden Project have pulled together lots of wildlife gardening projects and activities to keeo us busy and take care of nature.
Paint It Yourself Pottery are now providing pottery supplies deliveries to customers in Cheltenham.
Green & Blue have launched their 'Make Us Smile' competition, asking customers to send a photo of of their nature & wildlife products being used. The winner receives a £150 voucher!