Our volunteers are a wonderful bunch, and none more so than Amelia Bainbridge, who first heard about Little Village on BBC Woman’s Hour. She was so moved by what she heard that she decided to help.
Amelia, Founder of Auree Jewellery told us, “when I discovered that Little Village was based in Wandsworth, where I lived, I knew it was fate! With two small children of my own, I can only imagine the difficulty that some of these families are facing and wanted to help in any way I could.”
Amelia joined our volunteer team sorting donations ready to be gifted to families and when coronavirus struck, she decided she wanted to raise money for Little Village, which is where the idea for rainbow hoop earrings began.
One hundred per cent of the profit from these beautiful earrings goes to Little Village.
Amelia said: “Our new rainbow design symbolises hope and solidarity, which is what Little Village is all about – one family’s gift to another. The myriad of colours represents children’s bright and joyful approach to life”.
“By wearing these earrings you’re supporting the vital work to keep children warm, clothed and entertained.”
We’re so grateful to Amelia and all at Auree Jewellery and love the idea of guilt-free jewellery shopping!