No Small Plan Update
At Thankyou, we don’t think hope is a soft word. We hold onto it like our life depends on it. Since 2020, we’ve seen the mission we are part of helping solve - the end of extreme poverty - go from bad to worse. In that same time period our plan - No Small Plan - took more twists and turns than we’d ever expected – we’ve mapped it for you...
A ‘thank you’ letter, for you.
Thank you for (still) choosing Thankyou. We could not do this without you.
Our next campaign is simply this: A reminder. A tribute. A ‘thank you’ letter. A massive shout out to you, our community, for supporting us and choosing Thankyou in whatever way that looks like for you.
Introducing our new plastic-free collection of naturally-derived hair and body bars, that are good for you, and good for humanity! These new editions are made with sustainably sourced, cruelty-free ingredients, so only the best touches your skin and hair.
Letter from the Trustees
The giving system’s broken. We helped break it.
On the 29th of September 2020, we launched a bold campaign: No Small Plan. It aims, in time, to raise hundreds of millions of dollars (and beyond) over the next decade for the end of extreme poverty. As bold as the launch was we wonder if the boldest part wasn’t found in the launch video, but in what you are about to read. Because sometimes, once you see something, you can’t unsee it. And so, you must change to forge bold new paths forward.
No Small Plan
We’ve just launched our biggest, most risky campaign yet. This is: No Small Plan.
We’ve sent two of the biggest companies on the planet an invitation to flip business as usual and help end extreme poverty.
For this idea to work, it needs you.
We’re announcing the end of Thankyou Water
We’re announcing that this is the end, we’re out. As of today, production has ceased, and the last bottles of Thankyou Water will be trickling off shelves over the coming months. It’s a big call for us to announce this, but we do want to assure you that Thankyou is not going anywhere. We have, and always will exist to see a world where not one person lives in extreme poverty.
We’re all hands on deck (figuratively)!
So, the year has started a little different to how we’d all planned. It turns out global supply chains (and everyone else) were not ready for what 2020 had in store, and you probably have some questions about where our stock is at the moment.
Tackling the water, sanitation and hygiene crisis, one SPLASH at a time
Today, there is a water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) crisis.
1.9 million deaths are attributed to having a lack of access to WASH, which represents 3.3% of all global deaths. This represents 13% of deaths for children under 5.