Supported Charity March 2021

For February we have partnered with an amazing charity, Little Lifts who were nominated via our Instagram page!
A group of women holding their little lifts boxes
We felt that Little Lifts would be the perfect charity for us to partner with on our Mother's Day box as there's not many of us who won't have been impacted by cancer at one point in our life, and sadly breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK meaning that there are a lot of people who will be finding Mother's day difficult.

Driven by her own experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 28 years old and the gratitude towards the medical team at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Oa was determined to make sure that every woman who faces chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer across Norfolk and Suffolk is offered a Little Lifts box before or during their treatment.⁠
Picture of Oa Hackett, founder of Little Lifts
Since the pandemic began, they have received a surge in requests from breast cancer patients outside Norfolk and Suffolk enquiring how they can receive a Little Lifts box and have now set up The Little Kindness Fund to help support those further afield.⁠

This incredible little charity has grown from strength to strength and we think you will agree, deserves every bit of our support to keep on growing so that they can support more breast cancer patients.⁠

Click here to order our Mother's Day box and here to nominate your favourite small charity.

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