The reason that we launched @BambuuBrush® was to make positive social change in the developing world and to combat plastic pollution. We have given a lot of thought to what we want to achieve through our company’s charitable giving and how our ambitions can be realised. We want to be a part of the action and part of the solution - to set up the projects that we help to fund and ensure that we are creating the most impact. We don’t want a standard corporate social responsibility policy. It’s simply not us.
Through partnerships with a range of our charity partners, we commit to donating 2% or more of our revenue each year through a variety of avenues from; financial donations, donation of products, donation of our time with respect to specific roles and projects with partners, in kind delivery of environmental and educational workshops and community clean up projects through to donations to support projects.
A range of projects and impact @BambuuBrush has created, supported, delivered and aided.
@BambuuBrush started to partner with Plastic Oceans International in 2021 with a mutual passion to combat plastic pollution. Since the launch of this partnership @BambuuBrush has supported Plastic Oceans through the donation of over 10,000 @BambuuBrushes to the NGO's supporters, donors and children who are part of their educational workshops, @BambuuBrush has organised and delivered 5 clean ups, organised and delivered environmental awareness events and social media campaigns.
Humanitas Charity, spearheading our collective ambition to bring about effective humanitarian change alongside environmental action. Humanitas offers homes, education and healthcare to some of the world’s most vulnerable children, and we are working with them to expand their work to protect the natural environment in the communities where these children live.
BamBam - Our bricking making machine is at low-tech stage producing compressed plastic bricks from a variety of plastics that have already been trialed, tested and used in India to build homes in local communities. We will start working with The University of Herts alongside retired space engineer's who produced the machine to introduce some technology to heat the plastics to form a consistent, standardised brick.