New English Teas donate a percentage of profit to charitable activity with the aim of supporting projects and people:
Helping where we can in these challenging times...
As well as our usual charity support, we've been making sure there's plenty of tea for the heroes working tirelessly within our NHS.
Our donation with the Sri Lanka High Commission to Bart's Heath, the largest NHS trust in London with six partner hospitals including London Nightingale Hospital was warmly received by the frontline staff who are working around the clock in our battle with this pandemic.
We also sent our beautiful Vintage Victorian range of tea tins to Nevill Hall Hospital in Abergavenny.
At the end of April 2018 Nick Houghton, Director of New English Teas, was out in Sri Lanka visiting our tea suppliers. While he was there he visited the LEADS children’s home in Colombo and saw for himself how the home has been refurbished since the floods two years ago and the effort that goes in to helping rebuild the lives of young children scarred from family break up and trauma.
The wall painting shown was drawn by the children who completed their time at the home in March 2018 and were illustrating their dreams for the future!
New English Teas have been able to make a financial contribution to the great work that goes on through this residential home.
Ongoing charities we are involved with are :-
The Trussell Trust runs a network of over 420 foodbanks, which work out of more than 1,200 centres across the UK and provide emergency food to people referred for support. Beyond providing food they are working on other services like money management, tackling fuel poverty, and also have several social enterprise projects.
Read more about The Trussell Trust on their website.
Working through local churches in areas where the need is greatest to unlock people's potential and helping them to discover that the answer to poverty is within themselves.
Read more about Tearfund on their website.
LEADS - Sri Lanka
New English Teas supports the LEADS ESCAPE project in Sri Lanka. Working to eradicate child abuse, prostitution and exploitation.
Read more about the LEADS ESCAPE project on their website.
THE CONNECTION at St. Martin in the Fields
London’s busiest homelessness charity supporting people away from the streets through specialist services including: a day & night centre, street outreach, help finding employment & specialist mental health & addiction support.
Read more about The Connection on their website.
Recent staff nominated charities are:-