Oats with Heart
Stoats products don't just taste good, they do good. We’re committed to helping where we can, which is why every Stoats purchase contributes to our charitable giving.
Every four months, we’ll ask you which of four charities nominated by customers should get the biggest serving of Stoats support. The charity with the most votes will receive a hearty donation of £700. We’ll also give the three runners-up £100 each, since good deeds, like good taste, are always worth the effort. Vote for your choice below now.
Which local charity do you think deserves a big cherry on top? Submit your nomination using the form below.
2050 Climate Group
2050 Climate Group empowers, equips and enables Scotland’s young people to take meaningful action on the climate crisis. Through our fundraised income we’re able to offer climate change knowledge and leadership skills to the generation that will be most impacted by the climate crisis, and to provide the confidence and opportunity to lead Scotland to a just and sustainable future.
Beat’s mission is to end the pain, suffering and loss of life caused by eating disorders. We do this by providing a lifeline for sufferers, supporting them towards recovery; equipping their family and friends with skills to support that recovery, and campaigning for better research to prevent and cure eating disorders.
Our commitment to supporting those living with an eating disorder and their loved ones continues unabated and we are launching a range of new services which will allow us to support so many more people at such a critical time.
Bliss exists to give every baby born premature or sick in the UK the best chance of survival and quality of life. There can be many barriers which prevent parents from being by their baby’s side in hospital – and the current pandemic is making these barriers even harder to overcome. Bliss’ current work is focused on keeping parents and their vulnerable babies together.
Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children. Over the past 45 years, Women’s Aid has been at the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic abuse through practice, research and policy. We empower survivors by keeping their voices at the heart of our work, working with and for women and children by listening to them and responding to their needs.
Our support services, which include our Live Chat Helpline, the Survivor’s Forum, the No Woman Turned Away Project, the Survivor’s Handbook, Love Respect (our dedicated website for young people in their first relationships), the national Domestic Abuse Directory and our advocacy projects, help thousands of women and children every year.