Seasalt Giving

Seasalt has always actively supported charities that make a difference, both nationally and closer to home. Seasalt Giving has grown along with our company and we feel fortunate that we can make a meaningful contribution, both financially and creatively, to the causes we believe in.

Working with Charities

20p from the sale of every pair of single Seasalt socks goes to charity and this year we will donate over £100,000 to our charity partners.

We’re currently partnering Hospital Rooms, who use art to improve the wellbeing of mental health patients and Mylor Sailability, which runs sailing and powerboat sessions for people with disabilities.

We’re also a member of the Cornwall Community Foundation’s C100 Club, which supports local community projects and each year we fund an apprentice bursary at the world-renowned Leach Pottery in St Ives.

As part of our efforts to reduce plastic usage, we’ve teamed up with City to Sea – a non-profit organisation to support National Refill Day, an awareness campaign designed to tackle marine plastic pollution at its source.

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Seasalt staff volunteering


As well as providing charities with financial support, we also share our time and skills.

Seasalt Volunteering gives employees across our whole business an extra day of paid leave to help a local charity of their choice. We clocked up 1,026 hours in our first year, lending a hand with everything from beach cleaning, conservation and renovation to wrapping gifts for a toy appeal and serving meals to the homeless.

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Supporting Local Communities

Contributing to the communities where we live and work really matters to us. The teams in each of our shops build relationships with lots of local charities and, as well as volunteering their time, they can now nominate one of these good causes to receive funding from Seasalt.

We also help community projects, local schools and hospitals by donating the handmade props from our window displays; an exciting way to make sure our creativity doesn’t go to waste.

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