For every item sold on Ebloggers, we donate a percentage to charity. The percentage is decided by the blogger – this could range from 5% to 100% of the total sale. We do this to give something back and we hope as Ebloggers grows, so will our donations.
Our Chosen Charities
We have partnered with some amazing charities whom receive our monthly sales donations.
The Michael Matthews Foundation supports education projects in Africa and Asia, funding classrooms, bathrooms, and teachers’ housing where needed. This charity is especially close to Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthew's hearts and all of their charity donations will be going to the Michael Matthews Foundation.
The Lady Garden Foundation is a women's health charity which aims to raise awareness and funds for research into, and treatment of, gynaecological cancers. Founded in 2014 by Mika Simmons, Chloe Delevingne, Jenny Halpern Prince, Tamara Beckwith Veroni and other influential women, they are committed to helping save the lives of women diagnosed with gynaecological cancer, having been affected by the diseases in one way or another.
The foundation proudly supports The Royal Marsden. As the first Cancer Hospital In the World, The Royal Marsden remains the biggest cancer centre in Europe, with a truly global impact.
Our Other Charities
Some of our influencers have their charity donation gifted to a partner charity of their own. The blogger's collections that will have their donation sent to alternative charities are:
|Proudlock||British Heart Foundation⬀||The BHF's vision is a world without heart and circulatory diseases. They fund research to keep hearts beating and blood flowing.|
|Calum Best||Nacoa UK⬀||Nacoa (The National Association for Children of Alcoholics) addresses the needs of children growing up in families with parent(s) suffering from alcoholism.|
|Alexandra Cane||Lymphoma Action⬀||The UK's only charity dedicated to lymphoma cancer, providing expert information and support to people affected by lymphoma for over 30 years.|
|Felicity Hayward & Lauren Mahon||Girls vs. Cancer⬀||
GIRLvsCANCER is a place for women affected by cancer to feel empowered to deal with a diagnosis.
Any clothes that aren't fit for sale, or haven't sold after 3 months of being on the site, are donated to local charities to help those in need. One of our partner charities, whom we donate to weekly, is Smart Works Reading. Smart Works donate clothes to women providing work appropriate outfits, styling advice and interview coaching to help them succeed with their interview(s) and move forward with their lives.
Find out more
If you would like to find out more about the charities or support them directly, you can do so by visiting their websites.
Otherwise, why not start shopping!