Links to Charities Supported


WaterAid has teams in 28 countries across the world, working with their partners to transform millions of lives every year by improving access to clean water, toilets and hygiene. Since 1981, they’ve reached over 27 million people with clean water. But they are not content with that. 785 million people in the world – one in ten – do not have clean water close to home. Their Mission is to keep working until everyone, everywhere has clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene.

In the last 37 years, they’ve gone from strength to strength to become one of the most respected organisations dealing solely with water, sanitation and hygiene issues.

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Tearfund are currently working in over 50 countries to bring an end to extreme poverty. They have three global approaches to their work:  

Advocacy and influencing:  Tearfund seek to influence the global church and governments to bring about fair and just policies and structures at a local, national and global level.

Community development: They work, where possible, through the local church, empowering communities to lift themselves out of poverty, ensuring people have the means to support themselves and their families, by assisting in the creation of opportunities for them to make a living.

Humanitarian response: Tearfund respond to disasters and conflicts, always seeking to reach those in greatest need. 

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Working For Good

Work for Good is a fundraising platform, which enables charities to receive donations from small businesses who want to donate through their sales (otherwise known as cause-marketing).

Donating to charity as a business can be challenging due to the legal requirements, however Work for Good automates this process, digitally creating the Commercial Participation Agreement, which means the nominated charity can receive donations easily and quickly and makes it accessible for businesses of any size to donate. 

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At Two For Tea we buy our teas  from a company  that  source all their teas through member organisations of the Ethical Tea Partnership(ETP)  a non-profit making organisation working across the tea industry, bring together development partners, NGO and governments to improve the lives of tea workers, farmers and the environment in which they live and work.

Working from Africa to Asia, and beyond, their programmes have real impact. They work on deep-rooted, long-term change programmes that improve all aspects of the quality of lives of those living and working on tea estates, including but not exclusively fair compensation, health coverage, housing and childcare. ETP’s Mission is to help create a thriving, socially just and environmentally sustainable tea sector, able to deal with, and become more resilient to, climate change.

Whilst similar to Fair Trade, the ETP is totally focussed on tea and is able to address the many individual nuances and regional peculiarities within the tea trade. ETP also differs from Fair Trade in that its primary focus isn't economics, but is very much led by the social and environmental aspects of the tea trade.

While most of their programmes cut across many themes and have a range of impacts, they focus on the following key themes:

Changing lives   -   Better Incomes   -   Empowering Women   -  Climate & Environment.

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