Charities we Support

Stamped With Love is proud to support charities both locally and nationally, we have a number of items that we sell on the website that we give money to charity for.  For each one sold we donate £1, we total up this money over they year and split the money between these charities in January.  These are the charities we support:

Chemogiftbags charity is for ladies and gents undergoing chemotherapy for Breast Cancer and are based in Reading, Berkshire.  We were contacted back in 2015 by the lovely Lynn who founded this charity to produce some motivational keyrings that could go in the bags.  When we have any spare time we produce some more although this is becoming harder and harder but we are pleased to include them in our list of charites we donate to annually

Details about Chemogiftbags can be found on their website and
Facebook page

Love from Rosie is a small family run charity, founded in memory of their daughter who was stillborn at 25 weeks gestation.  They  support other families experiencing recent miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal loss.

We learnt about Megan and Gavin’s story after Megan ordered some trainer tags from us for a charity climb up Mount Snowdon.  We got to chatting a little and Megan’s story really struck a chord with me so we have included them in our annual donations.

Find out more about Love from Rosie on their website

Mental health awareness is very close to our hearts at Stamped With Love HQ, we are very aware of how important it is to look after yourself – body and soul.  Because of this we wanted to support a charity which helps people with mental health issues locally to us and when we learnt that the local Mind branches are all run independently we knew we wanted to support our local branch.

We are proud to include Mind Havant and East Hants in the list of the charities that we support annually.

Find out more about them on their website

Last but not least is Forever Angels.  This amazing charity is based in Tanzania and provides interim care for orphaned and abandoned children.  They also work closely with their families, empowering them to care for their children in their home. 

We have followed their story on Facebook for some time and they are truely inspirational, the support they give to the families they help and the transformations in the children they care for is amazing.  It would be amazing to be able to visit and volunteer with them one day once the Minis are all grown up.

Find out more about what they do on their website or their Facebook page