Helping support…

Soothe-me give part of their profits to charity regularly, here you can see some what I have supported recently.

Little Village

Little Village charity for parents

In March 2023 Soothe-me ran a free workshop to help raise money for local parents support charity Little Village


Soothe-me donated part of their December 2021 profits to Crisis – We are the national charity for homeless people. We help people directly out of homelessness and campaign for the changes needed to solve it altogether.

Women for Women UK

Nov 2021 Soothe-me donated to Women for Women. The pandemic has led to the first rise in extreme poverty in a generation, pushing 47 million women and girls into extreme poverty. ⁠

The world’s most vulnerable women are experiencing an ever-increasing number of obstacles. But we can’t lose hope. ⁠Act now to help women survivors of war reclaim their economic power. ⁠

War Child

Thank you to all my customers! Because with your help part of the profits from your Soothe-me orders made in Sept 2021 I have been able to donate to @warchilduk and this will provide a family with everything they need for 2 weeks, including food and blankets.

Olly’s Future

Soothe-me helped raise money for Olly’s Future by working in collaboration with The Great Connection Festival 2020 & 2019

Whitechapel Mission

Whitechapel Mission

2018 – A cause which resonates very close to us is homelessness in the UK and particularly close to our hearts is to help Women who are experiencing hardship and difficulties in their lives. The Delilah Collective have chosen 🌼 The Whitechapel Mission as their Christmas charity.

👉 The Whitechapel Mission 💗 was founded in 1876 and every single day since, it has opened its doors to guests who are welcome to a free hot breakfast and lunch. This Christmas, the shelter anticipates some 600 guests in the days leading up to Christmas and on Christmas day itself therefore, as you can imagine, there will be many Women who need a small something to enjoy.

Teenage Cancer Trust

Soothe-me helped raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust 2017