Libby Lavender Cotswolds

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COTSWOLDS, UK, MARCH 2022: Award-winning Cotswold’s small business, Libby Lavender, artisan candle and diffuser specialists, have launched a new gift line to support the corporate social responsibility efforts of businesses across the country. The new corporate gift line will see five percent of each sale of any gift box from the latest range donated to charities that support hidden illnesses such as anxiety and eating disorders.

So far £3,000 has been donated to various charities from sale proceeds. However, companies who make significant purchases from the Libby Lavender corporate gift line are also able to allocate the sales proceeds to a charity fund of their choosing.

“Research has proven that since the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers, workers, and investors are increasingly expecting brands in the UK, and around the world, to make meaningful contributions to the greater social good. The data also shows that consumers are more willing to engage a brand’s products or services if they demonstrate a purpose that addresses social, economic, and environmental issues. And with an increasing demand for brands to make the world a better place, we also wanted to make a social contribution. As a small business that supports other local businesses through our product sourcing, we realised we could help support larger businesses easily give back to the community,” said Wendy Lavender, who co-founded Libby Lavender in 2018 with her 14-year-old daughter, Libs.

The new corporate gift range includes the popular Desk Space Wellbeing Set, comprising a ‘Pause’ mindfulness journal, diffuser and votive customisable to a selection of scents, and is perfect for a self-care treat to valued employees or clients. Inviting recipients to reflect, appreciate, feel, and celebrate every single minute of life, the Desk Space Wellbeing Set was inspired by the COVID-19 global pandemic that thrust selfcare and mental wellbeing to the forefront of national corporate conversations.

For more information, please see attached. For further equities please don’t hesitate to reach out.

 

Kind Regards

Libby Lavender Cotswolds

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