PAPYRUS is proud to announce that we’ve teamed up with the Soap Sisters on a very special handmade soap; £1.50 from each bar of soap sold comes directly PAPYRUS – so help us to spread HOPE through SOAP, and drop a couple in your virtual shopping basket.

Whether you’re buying it as a birthday gift, as a secret Santa gift, or simply a Charity Christmas gift – the Soap Sisters’ handmade soap is truly made with love.

Founded by mother and daughter, Helen and Georgia, the Soap Sisters has been making handmade soaps, bar soaps and luxury soaps from their kitchen since 2018, and has now created a very special PAPYRUS soap. Available in PAPYRUS purple (berry scented) and teal (driftwood and rock salt scented) all of the soap created is vegan-friendly, free from animal cruelty, RSPO Certified, and of course – helps PAPYRUS save young lives.

We caught up with Helen and Georgia to learn more about the inspiration behind the soap…
“We set up The Soap Sisters in 2018 when one random bar of soap became a business venture. Both of our full-time jobs cross paths regularly with the amazing work that PAPYRUS does in suicide prevention.”

 

Helen, who works for the Police and Georgia who works with LGBTQIA+ communities, wanted to create something that gave back to charity.

“Each and every day we support with the devastation that suicide can bring to families which is why we have chosen to partner with PAPYRUS to help raise funds and awareness for them to be able to help more people.

“This partnership will help to raise money for HOPELINEUK which can offer young people and their families confidential support and practical advice with suicidal thoughts.”

You can buy your PAPYRUS/ Soap Sisters soap over at the Soap Sisters website.

One comment on “Spread HOPE through SOAP

  1. Mrs Johnson on

    Having lost my daughter Meg, 20 years old, to suicide Monday morning on August 5th 2019, I only wish I’d/she’d found your site before. Losing Meg has devastated me, I’m so lost without her and it just gets harder to breathe every day that she’s been gone. I’m not living anymore I’m simply existing. I pray each night that I won’t wake tomorrow but my prayers go unanswered. If this saves just one child to suicide it’s so very worthwhile. I’d hate another mum to feel the heartbreak I feel every single moment of every day.

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