Giving back

At least 1% of DIFTK's annual turnover is donated to charity

You’re a part of something bigger

At least 1% of DIFTK’s annual turnover is donated to charitable causes.

Donations so far have focussed on action against climate change, the fight to end the motherhood penalty, providing aid and medical care for women and children affected by conflict, and support for families affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND).

Why MND?

I lost my mum to MND in 2022 so know first hand how devastating it is. The Euan MacDonald Centre are working to find a cure, while The Rob Burrow Centre will provide much-needed specialist care for people living with the disease.

Supported organisations:

Cancer Research UK

Client Earth

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Médecins Sans Frontières

Pregnant Then Screwed

The Euan MacDonald Centre

The Rob Burrow Centre for Motor Neurone Disease

UN Crisis Relief