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Last year we donated £14,800 to Charity: Water, through our Do Some Good campaign
  • Why Water

    Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Your donation will help change that.

In 2016 we were delighted to align Lazy Susan with the Charity: Water organisation who are dedicated to solving the water crisis in our lifetime across countries around the globe including Africa, Asia, Central and South America with a focus on enabling rural communities with their first access to clean water. Using 100% of the donations they receive to fund water projects, helping over 7million people get clean water. The charity has 25 local partners across 24 countries. Our Do Some Good campaign enabled us to raise £14,800 for this charity.

Discover more about Lazy Susan’s chosen charity

Our chosen charities for 2017

  • Charity: water

    An organisation dedicated to helping solve the water crisis in our lifetime across dozens of countries around the globe, focused on enabling rural communities to access clean, fresh water 100% of donations received fund water projects.

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  • Food Cycle

    Food cycle serve community meals across the country supporting people who are hungry and lonely by serving tasty meals every single day in towns and cities across the country. Incredible volunteers server over 850 meals a week using surplus food.

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  • FareShare

    FareShare takes surplus food and re-distributes it around the country via 20 regional centres, where it is used by partner charities who deliver food at breakfast clubs, homeless hostels and women’s refuges.

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  • Children's Food Trust

    This important organisation promoting the Eat Better, Start Better campaign across nurseries, preschools, children’s centres and local authorities to help shape better eating patterns amongst children.

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