SHARING IS CARING
Donating to charity is a major mood-booster. Knowing that you’re helping others is hugely empowering and, in return, can make you feel happier and more fulfilled.
Since making vegan cakes is more like a mission, than a business for me, it's really important that animal welfare organisations profit of my cakes too.
That's why after every cake I sell, I'll donate £2 to charity.
There are lots of great animal charities in the UK, but cruelty is a worldwide problem and innocent animals are affected in every country.
The situation is worse in developing and Eastern European countries.
Once I have £20* (so 10 cakes), I'll choose a charity. Every £20 will go to a different charity so we can help many organisations in the UK and the whole world.
If you have any ideas and suggestions please contact me!
The chosen charities will be announced on my social media pages, and I'll list them here.
If you've bought a cake from me, thank you!
Not only you had a great cake, but also donated to a good cause!
(*This is mainly because of international transfer charges.)
The first organisation is really close to my heart, the UK based Surge Activism.
They do amazing work to spread veganism and their passion inspired me to go vegan.
They do a lot of things such as educational presentations, campaigns, movies, marches and they are working towards an animal sanctuary.
You can find more info about them at https://surgeactivism.org/
A donation of £20 was made on 18th July 2019. YAAS!
The second charity is The Farm Animal Sanctuary, Britains first farm animal sanctuary, a safe place for over 600 animals.
They are based near Evesham, Worcestershire and they have different events and programs where you can visit the beautiful animals.
You can find more info about them at
A donation of £20 was made on 19th September 2019.
The third charity is Knights Mead Animal Sanctuary in Lulworth, Dorset.
This one is also special to me as they are close I can't wait to visit them!
You can contact them and arrange a time where you can feed all the animals.
They provide shelter and forever home for sheep, hens, ducks and pigs
You can find more info about them at knightsmeadas.org
A donation of £20 was made on 1st January 2020.