Lucy Bee donates 30,000 soaps to 35 charities across the UK

Lucy Bee donates 30,000 soaps to 35 charities across the UK

Read Time:   |  23rd March 2020

Lucy Bee is donating thousands of its natural soap bars to charities across the UK, helping to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

Coconut oil brand Lucy Bee is doing its part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by donating a vast quantity of its palm-oil free soaps to charities in need across the UK.

The company has donated soaps to a variety of different charities most closely affected by the pandemic, including emergency services, care homes, homeless shelters and food banks in a bid to help the most vulnerable and support those on the front line.

 Age UK in Manchester, London Ambulance Service and Action for Children are among those that will benefit from the soap bars.

The vegan and cruelty-free soaps are fragrance-free and palm oil-free and were manufactured in partnership with the UK’s largest manufacturer of soaps, Soapworks.

According to Lucy Bee, Lucy Bee provided all the materials for the soap base, and Soapworks turned these into soap bars free of charge.

Image credit: Lucy Bee/Instagram

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