Good causes

Over the last few years, we've been growing as a company. We're delighted that we can use this good fortune to increase the number of charities and good causes that we support. To see more information about the ones we've supported recently, take a look below.

Left image: NHS staff who were very pleased with the 3D printed visors we made for them in the early stages of the pandemic

Right image: Mercy (one of the girls we sponsor from the Chrysalis School in Uganda) playing the board game Terra Mystica

Kiva

$6950 USD CURRENTLY LOANED THROUGH KIVA

Kiva is an international non-profit microloan organisation which supports people in business and education.  We have used a portion of the money earned from all our “International Women’s Day” (IWD) minifigs to support women through this platform.  When they pay it back, we lend it right back out again.

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The Chrysalis Youth Empowerment Network

£750 DONATED SO FAR (PLUS AROUND £700 GBP WORTH OF LEGO)

A secondary school in Uganda with a strong focus on female empowerment.

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Help Musicians COVID ReliefFund and Sheffield Music Academy

£1171.71 RAISED FOR EACH

Help Musicians COVID ReliefFund, a fund for musicians who have found themselves in financial hardship due to the pandemic, and Sheffield Music Academy, a charitable organisation based in Sheffield which supports young people in music.

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Blueprint for All

£1489.97 RAISED SO FAR

An equality charity, formerly known as the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.

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CIER

£783.15 RAISED SO FAR

A charity who work with Indigenous communities to build environmental capacity.

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Akt

£866.95 GBP RAISED SO FAR

An LGBTQ+ homelessness charity, formerly known as the Albert Kennedy Trust.

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The Sheffield Children's Hospital

£1000 GBP DONATED

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CAT-ching

£320.95 GBP RAISED SO FAR

A Sheffield based charity supporting homeless cats in the local area.

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Other good deeds

Another good deed we are particularly proud of was our production of 3D printed face shields in the early stages of the pandemic.

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