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.
Thankyou Baby Care - Your Questions Answered
Since the launch last year, we’ve been inundated with really positive feedback and a lot of great questions about our Thankyou baby care range. So I thought I’d create a list of the ones we’re most commonly asked so you can find them in one easy place.
Life-Changing (Literally) Baby Care
As a mama to three girls I calculated that I have changed over 12 thousand nappies day and night in the past few years, and we’re still going! That’s a lot of nappies – and a lot of money. What if simply by using a particular brand you could help babies, pregnant women and mothers in need around the world? Well, you can! Every 103 seconds a mother dies in pregnancy and childbirth. Equally as distressing is that 2.7 million babies die within their first month of life, mostly from preventable issues. Overwhelming. And so sad...
Radical Transparency: Track Your Impact™ Final Field Reports
“But where does the money go?” It’s probably one of the most asked questions in the social enterprise, charity and not for profit sector. And it’s a fair one. At a time where giving rates are on the decline and there’s a growing scepticism around what businesses and charities do with the money they are given, it’s also an important one. Track Your Impact™ is our answer. We built it because we give 100% of profits from our products to our impact partners and we wanted to prove it...
We Stand Tall On The Shoulders Of Giants
We’re about funding sustainable solutions that last. We’re often asked how we choose which projects to fund. Here’s the low down from our Chief Impact Officer, Pete Yao...
Cheffy's Story: This is what determination looks like
If I had to describe Cheffy in three words? Well firstly I’d ask for more words, then I’d settle on ‘determination’ ‘resilience’ and ‘heart’. Why? Because he’s been told ‘no’ more times than he can count or recall. But it never changed his vision or resolve. Let me explain…
We arrived at a school in the Chivi District of rural Zimbabwe. The nation’s flag flew at full mast on the front lawn. The heat was intense, yet three school students came rushing towards us in shirts with their ties done up to the top.
Chapter One, A Year On
Looking back, one year on from launching Chapter One, 2016 was a BIG year. I had always thought 2016 would be epic for Thankyou. The reality of how big it might be hit in December 2015 when I met with someone from the world’s largest publisher of business books...
“This is my dream…” A father's remarkable story of determination and persistence
In some ways Romaldo is a regular 45-year-old farmer. But when we sat down to talk with this smiling, confident man in a remote and mountainous village in Timor Leste, we realised his story of hope and persistence is entirely remarkable, and far from regular.
How One Man Farmed The Future For His Family
Heading to this small village in Cambodia was not originally on the itinerary… but when the local government told us how drastically the Agricultural Cooperative (AC) program we’d funded through World Vision had changed one man’s life, we were intrigued to meet this person and hear his story.