Toiletries Amnesty is run by a small team of people who are dedicated to building a better future for everyone, not just those living in hygiene poverty, but for society as a whole, and for the environment.
Most of the work we do is voluntary, we bring our skills from elsewhere in our lives and we put that expertise into action to deliver an efficient and dynamic service, supporting hundreds of thousands of people and working to end hygiene poverty.
Founder and Director
Karen is an award-winning social entrepreneur, consultant and collaborator who works to bring innovative ideas and fundamental kindness to every project. She founded Toiletries Amnesty in 2014 in her airing cupboard. Karen is interested in creating positive social impact through community development and the simplicity of sharing with others, and believes that small actions can make big changes.
Community and Relationships
Charlotte keeps everyone connected through our social media and online directory, by linking up individual and corporate donors with the locations we support across the UK and further afield, ensuring donations reach the people who need them. Charlotte’s background in customer service management and 10+ years of volunteering experience gives her a broad and considered understanding of our goals, and allows her to build lasting and meaningful relationships among our community, whilst also managing large scale donations from businesses and brands.
Contact Charlotte here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundraising and publicity
Rachel’s work for Toiletries Amnesty draws on over 12 years of marketing experience. She is delighted to be part of an organisation that champions kindness and positive social change, supporting Toiletries Amnesty by connecting with kind people who support our work as partners through fundraising and sponsorships, and crafting our publicity and outreach campaigns.
Contact Rachel here: email@example.com
Adam is a technical and operational consultant, specialising in environmentally positive technologies and infrastructure. He advises organisations such as the Environment Agency, London Fire Brigade, and the Association for Petroleum and Explosive Administration. Adam supports the operational development of Toiletries Amnesty through his experience in ethical and environmental business practices. He also seeks out new partnerships and helps to organise community fundraising events.