We're always looking to add more good causes to our list,
Please get in touch if you would like to get your charity involved
at hello@charityswearbox.com.

Please note: The charities listed here prior to Oct 7th had not given permission for us to use their brands here. We are collecting on behalf of their cause in good faith but in the danger of seeming disingenuous we have removed their links for approval. Swearbox keeps just 5% of your donation for running costs. The charities below have given express permission to be part of Swearbox.

  • Swearbox has teamed up with 50/50 to raise donations for the East Africa crisis. 50/50 is a collaborative experiment, a platform of 50 little bets: digital projects created and run by individuals and teams of makers. Each project aims to engage a network of supporters to help spread the word and generate as much money for famine aid as possible. A seemingly impossible challenge first hatched by Good for Nothing and Made by Many, 50/50 is open to everyone. Whatever you decide to do, do something. All funds go to UNICEF


  • Fuck Cancer is a movement that activates Generation Y to engage with their parents about early detection of cancer. Over 90% of cancers are curable if caught in stage one- why the Fuck don’t more people know this? We’re creating a generation of early detection ambassadors who, by learning about what to do to stay healthy, what to watch out for, and what questions to ask, are taking control of their own health and the health of their parents.


  • Beatbullying works with children and young people across the UK to provide them with all important opportunities to make positive and lasting changes to their lives and outlook. In particular, we work intensively with those so deeply affected by bullying that they can barely face going to school that next morning. We aim to make deep changes in attitude of those young people that bully, working with them to take responsibility and a sense of ownership over their actions, building foundations for change and improvement in their life chances and opportunities.


  • As the only known musical instrument lenders operating in Southern Ontario, Instrument Lenders Canada: - Lends musical instruments to local/area youth who wish to access, and explore them. - Makes sure there are no financial barriers between clients and the use of the instruments. - Is accessible and supportive of programs and partnerships that introduce area youth to the world of music - Raises self-esteem, and builds bridges within family and community.


  • A volunteer powered urban farming organization based in Seattle, WA, dedicated to connecting people, place & produce through building a network of neighborhood run farms. The farms serve as educational platforms where skills and knowledge are shared, two ingredients that power the work we do. From growing food to installing solar powered irrigation systems, from hauling vegetables via bicycle to turning compost, our farms act as educational platforms where knowledge and experience is exchanged and shared by youth and adult alike.


  • Camp TLC is an on the move camping program that delivers a week of camp to children living in hospitals, group homes, and shelters across the country at no charge to the organization. Starting in the summer of 2011, Camp TLC toured the Northeast for 4 weeks and brought camp to partnering organizations via a van filled with programming supplies and traveling program staff. Camp TLC launched during the summer of 2011, and "toured" the Northeast for 4 weeks bringing camp to selected organizations in the states of New York, Massachusetts, and Maryland. Camp TLC spent five days in each city and deliver themed-filled activities similar to those provided by residential for-profit camps. In each location we worked within the constraints of the facility and the particular physical or health limitations of the children. We are proud to say that in its first year, Camp TLC served the needs of more than 250 children and family members for 4 different organizations.


  • Spark curiosity, ignite imagination, and power exploration." That's the mission of the Durango Discovery Museum. Visit the museum at its new location in the Powerhouse--a hands-on, interactive science center for all ages located in southwest Colorado. Originally the Children's Museum of Durango, the museum expanded and relocated in 2011 to a rehabilitated power plant on the banks of the Animas River. The museum is dedicated to delivering science, technology, engineering, and math education in entertaining and inspiring ways. Visit the "Pow"--a new place for family adventure, school field trips, early childhood learning, makers and tinkerers, special events, and hanging out by the river. "Get in, geek out.


  • Men Can Stop Rape is the leading U.S.-based organization mobilizing boys and young men to prevent all forms of physical and sexual violence, especially men's violence against women. The program has reached over 2 million boys and men in the past 10 years with a message of "strength without violence." Men Can Stop Rape's cutting-edge prevention programs are grounded in the social ecological model which recognizes that individual actions profoundly affect entire communities and ultimately all of society. Men Can Stop Rape equips men and boys to be activists and positive change agents among their peers.


  • One School at a Time works to develop well-managed, self-reliant, sustainable Ugandan schools where children not only survive, but thrive. We focus on the whole school: governance, security, strategic long term planning, financial management, community and parent involvement, teacher development and sustainable infrastructure development. Supporting programs which help girls stay in school is a priority. We partner with one community-based school at a time, and focus on the quality of our outcomes, not on the quantity of schools that we reach. 96% of donations go to our Ugandan programs and all North American staff are volunteer.


  • Sailbear Labs is an educational arts organization based in Phoenix, AZ, that provides hands-on activities, mentoring, and outreach to youth ages 12-18 in an imaginative and supportive learning environment designed to improve student writing, communication, teamwork, and creativity through the use of filmmaking, script-writing, acting, and other visual and entertainment art forms. We believe there should be no financial barrier to creativity, and making your own movie should be an experience anyone can have!


  • The Luminary Center for the Arts is a platform for the presentation of innovative art, music and cultural projects. Since opening in 2007, The Luminary has quickly developed into an incubator for new ideas in the arts, hosting acclaimed concerts, exhibitions and public programs as well as launching a number of high-profile projects, including FORM Contemporary Design Show, Temporary Art Review and the AV Artist Equipment Library.


  • WildAid is the only organization that focuses on reducing the demand for wildlife products by specifically targeting consumers with engaging public service announcements and education initiatives. In the same way corporations employ celebrities and athletes to promote their products, we enlist popular celebrities and athletes to dissuade consumers from purchasing products with our "When the Buying Stops, the Killing Can Too" message. We also protect threatened wildlife and reduce human-animal conflict through comprehensive field programs working with local governing authorities and surrounding communities of marine protected areas, national parks and reserves, in Ecuador, Costa Rica, Indonesia, and India.




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