At Colourmaster we like to get involved and support good causes whenever we can. We commit to giving 2% of our profits to charity every year. These are some of the charities we have supported recently:


As one of the dedicated youth homelessness charities in the UK, Centrepoint help to get vulnerable young people off the streets and give them a safe place to live while they get back on their feet. We sponsor a room to help give a young person a safe place, somewhere to start their future.

Your Kids Around the World

A small Sheffield-based charity shop that raises funds to feed, house, clothe and educate disadvantaged children in Romania, Latvia, Armenia, China, Liberia, Jamaica, Kosova and Bosnia.

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Pennine Pen Animal Rescue

Pennine Pen’s mission is to provide sanctuary to unwanted and abandoned animals, and re-home dogs, cats and rabbits to new, loving homes.

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Our founder, Eddie Maker, was an avid stamp collector, so by collecting stamps we help the RNIB to break down the barriers that stop people with sight loss living life to the full. They accept all stamps: new or used, first or second class, foreign, first day covers, presentation packs or albums. Stamps are sold by weight and they raise £20 per kilogram of stamps, so it’s a brilliant way for them to raise money.


The Mouth and Foot Painting Artists partnership is part of an international self-help association of artists (AMFPA) who paint without the use of their hands. Each year we support their Christmas card campaign #CardsThatCount in memory of our founder, Eddie Maker.

Smalls for All

Smalls for All is a Scottish charity which collects and distributes underwear to help women and children in Africa and the UK. Giving pants and bras may seem like a strange thing, but it can make a life-changing difference. For example, having pants can help teenage girls complete their education without having to miss school each month during their period.

Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan provide physical, financial and emotional support to people with cancer. In 2015, Jess joined in with their Brave the Shave campaign and raised a whopping £2,005 – quadrupling her target. Here’s the proof: