This is Money/MailOnline

This is Money/MailOnline
December 31, 2019 CorkYogis
In About CorkYogis, Yoga Mats

Christmas with little effort

– including a nifty tool that donates percentage of your online shop to charity…

Christmas with little effort – including a nifty tool that donates percentage of your online shop to charity…

The average Briton will spend nearly £400 this Christmas – it is clearly a time of year in which many of us push the boat out and are generous to friends and family.

It is also a period in which many may think of ways to give back and perhaps donate to charity.

Here’s what thisismoney.co.uk / mailonline writes about CorkYogis:

If you’re a yoga fan, then consider buying a mat from CorkYogis which makes sustainable cork yoga mats and gives 10 per cent of profits to the Destiny Foundation.

The Destiny Foundation is an organisation that combats the immense injustices of human trafficking and the challenges faced by human trafficking survivors.

The average Briton will spend nearly £400 this Christmas – it is clearly a time of year in which many of us push the boat out and are generous to friends and family.

It is also a period in which many may think of ways to give back and perhaps donate to charity.

The average Briton will spend nearly £400 this Christmas – it is clearly a time of year in which many of us push the boat out and are generous to friends and family.

It is also a period in which many may think of ways to give back and perhaps donate to charity.

The average Briton will spend nearly £400 this Christmas – it is clearly a time of year in which many of us push the boat out and are generous to friends and family.

It is also a period in which many may think of ways to give back and perhaps donate to charity.

The average Briton will spend nearly £400 this Christmas – it is clearly a time of year in which many of us push the boat out and are generous to friends and family.

It is also a period in which many may think of ways to give back and perhaps donate to charity.

The average Briton will spend nearly £400 this Christmas – it is clearly a time of year in which many of us push the boat out and are generous to friends and family.

It is also a period in which many may think of ways to give back and perhaps donate to charity.

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