As an environmentally conscious and socially responsible business, IttyBittyGreenie has chosen to support the following charities working hard to make a difference, and will donate 1% of the proceeds from each purchase on our website.
UNICEF is one of the largest development agencies dedicated to working exclusively with children. UNICEF works closely with children, women and communities as well as governments, other UN agencies, faith-based groups, non-government organisations and the private sector on behalf of all children without regard to race, creed or religion.
UNICEF is unique among children’s aid organisations as it has the global authority to influence and produce change in local policy and attitudes, for the good of children and their communities. Through contact with UNICEF the lives of millions of children have been saved or changed for the better.
Children's Cancer Institute Australia for Medical Research (CCIA) is the only independent medical research institute in Australia dedicated to research into the causes, prevention, better treatments and ultimately a cure for childhood cancer.
Their vision is to save the lives of all children with cancer and eliminate their suffering. The CCIA’s mission is to be a leader in preventing cancer and finding ways of curing cancer in children through world-class research. The institute wants to ensure the best possible quality of life for these children and their families and share their vision with others to increase awareness, participation and funding.
The Lowy Cancer Research Centre, located at University of New South Wales (Kensington campus), is one of the leading cancer research centres in the world integrating childhood and adult cancer research and taking a holistic approach to cancer across the life spectrum.
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) has been actively supporting and championing the protection and restoration of the environment for more than 40 years. Working alongside businesses, governments and communities, the ACF advocates positive change by providing environmentally sustainable solutions through research, education programs and government and business consultation. With campaigns ranging from climate change to sustainable cities and healthy rural landscapes, the ACF are working towards a happier, healthier and greener future for all Australians.
The prevalence of asthma in Australia is relatively high, by international standards, as more than nine million Australians suffer from asthma or allergies. The National Asthma Council (NAC) aims to encourage and co-ordinate communication, collaboration and co-operation between health professions, community organisations and the business community on issues relating to asthma in order to benefit and assist people with asthma and their carers.