At Rococo Chocolates, we believe that chocolate doesn't only taste delicious, but it can also be a force for good.
The themes behind most of our charitable donations are supporting some of the most vulnerable people in society, as well as fighting food waste.
We also support other charities through participation at Christmas and other public fairs.
Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children Charity
Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity provides specialist nurses and support for seriously ill children. Roald Dahl Nurses are a vital lifeline to the children and their families, supporting them clinically and emotionally. The charity’s vision is that every seriously ill child has a Roald Dahl Nurse to help them to lead a more marvellous life.
The Felix Project
The Felix Project collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. They deliver this surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in our society.
And many more!
We are always happy to support worthy causes.
From helping schools raise funds for special projects, to contributing prizes for local Women's Institute chapters to auction off at events, we are proud to see our chocolates used as a force for Good.
The Bloody Good Period
We launched The Period Egg in support of Bloody Good Period, a London-based charity which supplies essential period products to refugees, asylum-seekers and others who can’t afford or access them. £5 from the sale of each egg supports the campaign to end the stigma around menstruation and period poverty.
Bloody Good Period not only provides period products but also hosts educational workshops centred on ending period shame and starting conversations surrounding the stigma of menstruation.
World Land Trust
World Land Trust takes direct action to save critically threatened habitats.
Rococo Chocolates showed support during WLT’s 25th Anniversary Year.
Rococo Chocolates made a donation to World Land Trust (WLT) for every bar sold of Organic Dark Chocolate 65% Cocoa during WLT’s 25th Anniversary year.