If you're still wondering how The Hope Revolution works...
How we're funded?
As a community interest company, we exist to support our community of charities and causes. We take no wages from the donations you purchase. We also don't charge our partnering non-profits for their shops or listings.
That will never change.
We are fully funded by kind, local businesses. We take no government funding, or money from non-profits, as we know how valuable these funds are on the frontline.
If you're a company who is interested in helping us provide donations to your local charitable organisations, don't hesitate to get in touch.
You purchase, we send
You browse the shop, purchasing item donations for either a specific organisation or allowing us to allocate where needed. The exact items you buy are the items we send!
We send your purchased donation items directly to a local non-profit organisation in need. The items you purchase mean these organisations can help even more people or animals.
Bryony has been at The Hope Revolution CIC since its inception, although did not officially come on board until 2020. Bryony has been the backbone of the CIC and has helped to nurture ideas with a strong and recognisable brand while dealing with the day to day administrative tasks.
Web Developer, Graphic Designer, Coffee Maker
John James began developing the business in December 2018, launching The Hope Revolution in November 2019.
JJ’s endless determination and creativity, paired with his expertise in marketing, is the key driver behind the success of The Hope Revolution. He is responsible for expanding the community interest company, guiding the group forward and innovating how people charitably donate.
Creative Ideas Man
The Dream Team
Coming from a background in public services, Jamie has become an invaluable member of the team with a passion for social media, business-to-business relations, data collection and a genuine compassion for helping people. Simply put, we would not be where we are without Jamie.
The Social One
Mrs. Purdy & Steve French
A regular head fuss tax has had to be paid to both Purdy & Steve whenever we walk past their beds to go get coffee. After all, we have to in some way make up for the fact that noisy humans have taken over daytime naps for them.
All joking aside it is nice being able to work from home together with our fuzzy friends. Although they do offer very few constructive ideas.
Chief Purr Givers
Demanders of head fusses & cutest team members