These homeware brands have united for one day only – for an important cause

Designers Guild and The White Company are amongst the brands building a brighter future

 #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign for International Woman's Day
(Image credit: The White Company)

International Women’s Day is here, and some of the biggest names in homeware are taking part in the celebration. 

Designers Guild, Rockett St George, and The White Company are amongst the home decor brands that are contributing a percentage of their profits to the #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign at The Prince’s Trust.

The #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign comes courtesy of The White Company’s founder, who calls the most esteemed brands in the business to donate some of their sales towards supporting vulnerable young women on this important day. So, if you’re dabbling with new decorating ideas from Addison Ross or a new antique from Rose Uniacke – today is the best day to make the investment. 

#ChangeAGirlsLife campaign for International Women's Day

(Image credit: Designers Guild)

Today, March 8th marks the third year of fundraising for the campaign – with a goal to raise £10 million/ approximately $13.1 million 5 years to aid The Prince’s Trust. To date, they have raised half of their target – but we expect the figure to increase this International Women’s Day. 

‘As a patron for The Prince’s Trust for many years, I have seen time and time again what an enormous difference the work makes to young people in real need of a helping hand,’ Chrissie says. The founder adds that improving your home ideas will provide vital support to rebuild lost confidence and help young people move forward into a brighter future. This is through employment, further education, or the chance to become self-employed. 

‘The [charity] can also offer a mentor and, most importantly, the opportunity to make a fresh start and build a much brighter future,’ she says. 

#ChangeAGirlsLife campaign for International Women's Day

(Image credit: The White Company)

From Pooky to Cath Kidston, there are now seven homes-focused brands taking part in the #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign 2022. But where should you begin for the best deals? While it’s easy to steal interior design tips and inspiration from all labels involved, we’re particularly taking note of the two deals below.

The White Company

Between 2nd–8th March (today), The White Company has pledged to donate £5 (approximately $6.6) to the campaign. 

Calm Candle | £20.00 ($26) on The White Company

Calm Candle | £20.00 ($26) on The White Company

This aptly-named Calm Candle is a blend of juniper berry, geranium leaf, clary sage, ylang-ylang, tonka bean – a therapeutic infusion that looks good, smells good – and does good too. 

Designers Guild 

Throughout the entirety of March, Designers Guild is donating 10% of sales from this edit of online products to The Prince’s Trust. Whilst it's easy to add every item to your basket, we're particularly swooning over the pillow below.

Porcelaine De Chine Alchemilla Linen Cushion | £100 ($131) on Designers Guild

Porcelaine De Chine Alchemilla Linen Cushion | £100 ($131) on Designers Guild

This intricately painted square cushion is a stylish way to inject some yellow into your scheme without sacrificing your neutral room color ideas. Its trailing flowers and birds mirror the beauty of fine porcelain – without worrying about breakage. 

We’re investing in the above (and more) before the clock hits midnight. 

Megan Slack
Head of Celebrity Style News

Megan is the Head of Celebrity Style News at Homes & Gardens. She first joined Future Plc as a News Writer across their interiors titles, including Livingetc and Real Homes, before becoming H&G's News Editor in April 2022. She now leads the Celebrity/ News team. Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US while studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site. She currently lives in London with her antique typewriter and an expansive collection of houseplants.