We’ve teamed up with cancer charity Maggie’s, the Solent Sky Museum, Southampton Wood Recycling Project so they too can benefit from Southampton’s growing economy and visiting population.
Maggie’s Centres are a network of drop-in centres which aim to help anyone affected by cancer. They are not intended as a replacement for conventional cancer therapy, but as a caring environment that can provide support, information and practical advice. They are located near, but are detached from, existing NHS hospitals. Maggie’s are building a centre on the site of Southampton General Hospital, due to open in 2020.
The Solent Sky Museum showcases the history of aviation, Southampton’s prominence as the birthplace of seaplanes and its central role in WWII with the manufacture of the Spitfire.
Southampton Wood Recycling Project is a social enterprise which turns pre-used timber from scaffoldings, domestic shelves or office furniture into newly-loved objects (such as Made in Here framed prints)
Our pledge is that 10% of Made in Here profits will go directly to our charity partners, whilst we also aim to support them in other ways. For example, we are working with the Wood Recycling Project to develop new recycled timber gift ideas; we also donate per item for delivery collections made from the Sky museum.