Celtic & Co. donated over £3,000 to Newquay Food Bank this Christmas (Image: Celtic & Co.)
Cornish company Celtic & Co donated over £3,500 to charity at Christmas.
Ethical fashion movement Celtic & Co. raised money for the most needy this Christmas.
The Cornwall-based natural and sustainable fashion brand has donated over £3,000 to Newquay Foodbank, £500 to Little Harbor Hospice and £80 to Save the Children.
Earlier this month, Packet reported that Celtic & Co’s parent company, Refined Brands, also acquired Helston-based children’s clothing company Frugi.
Zoe Bray, Managing Director of Celtic & Co., said:
“Funds for Newquay Foodbank and Little Harbor Hospice will come from alternative Black Friday promotions focused on helping local families struggling with illness and cost of living crises, rather than deep discounts. procured.
“Our annual Office Christmas Jumper Day is a Save the Day campaign taking place in the UK and around the world to give children in need the future they deserve, thanks to donations from our staff and Match Fund from our company. It is also useful to support children’s activities.”
Newquay Foodbank’s Sam de Lange said: Celtic & Co. goes to great lengths to not only provide jobs, but also to help our community, and we are extremely grateful for their support.
“This £3,000 could not have been better timed to fund our Christmas campaign and ensure everyone in our community has a proper Christmas meal.
“We would like to thank everyone who made a purchase on Black Friday and helped us raise this incredible amount.”