All proceeds from Hannah’s wardrobe on the By Rotation app are being donated towards Spread a Smile Charity, which brings joy and laughter to terminally ill children and their families during intensive treatment and extended hospital stays.
This Christmas we’ve teamed up with Shelter, the charity fighting homelessness, for an extra special partnership with journalist and author Lauren Bravo, who has helped us to curate The Shelter Edit with 100% of the proceeds from rentals going to Shelter. Rent The Shelter Edit here to help raise money for homelessness this festive season
After watching a Grenfell tribute film during lockdown, Amelia discovered the Henry Dickes Community Centre and wanted to support through her wardrobe rentals. The Henry Dickens Junior Club evolved from the art psychotherapy service at the centre, where children began to need different support in the months following the Grenfell fire. Within this safe space, the children can learn new skills and experiment with different activities such as art, cooking, sports and much more.
Alarmed by the upsurge in domestic violence cases during the Covid-19
pandemic, Stacey Dooley announced she wanted to help tackle the issue
by listing her wardrobe for rental with 100% of rental proceeds from
Stacey Dooley’s wardrobe going to the Refuge charity. We are proud to
support Refuge Against Domestic Violence, who support women, children
& men experiencing domestic violence with a range of services - from
refuges, community outreach projects, the 24 hour National Domestic
Abuse Helpline and more.
Find out how you can further support Refuge here.
After her good friend Emily was diagnosed with Stage III Ovarian cancer at 23, Charlie has campaigned to raise awareness for women’s health. This year she decided to list a few staples from her wardrobe on By Rotation with rental proceeds going to the Lady Garden Foundation. The Foundation are helping raise awareness and understanding of the 5 gynaecological cancers (Ovarian, Cervical, Uterine, Vulval and Vaginal), which are commonly missed.
Find out how you can further support The Lady Garden Foundation here.