Our business has always supported local charitable organisations and trusts, which resonate with our team and our conscious effort to nurture neighbouring communities, buildings and organisations.
We are proud to support:
Since 2019, Halcyon Days has donated 600 bespoke hampers (each year) filled with fine bone china gifts for deserving individuals to make their Christmas and as the architect of the project, we outreach to other businesses to help.
A charity which supports people suffering from spinal injury and gets them back into leading fulfilled and happy lives. We have supported BackUp with many gifts for fundraising dinners and have also supported two individuals with spinal injury to take a well-deserved short break in Scotland.
A charity close to the heart of our team, we have donated to Macmillan.
Local hospices in Stoke-on-Trent and East Cheshire, to whom we have supported with donations and with gifts to support local fundraising.
British Forces Foundation
We are proud to support the British Forces Foundation, contributing to raising funds for the charity.
The Royal British Legion
Halcyon Days has supported with donations and gifts to support fundraising.
In 2019, we launched our collaboration with the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, with a percentage of sales from each product donated to the Chapel. This partnership supports the Chapels musical projects and charitable works.
Following on from the devastating fire of Notre Dame in April 2019, a percentage of sales from each of our Rose Window of Notre Dame silk scarves goes to Notre Dame, contributing to the repair work required for the monument.
Historic Royal Palaces
Our connection with Historic Royal Palaces was first established in 2014, whereby, we have formed numerous collections inspired by Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace & The Tower of London. We donate a percentage of sales to aid Historic Royal Palaces efforts to preserve the palaces for future generations.
Castle of Mey
Having discovered the charming, weather-beaten castle following the death of King George VI, the Queen Mother fell for its secluded charm and was determined to save and restore it and did just that until her death in 2002. Our involvement with the castle began in 2017, creating a collection inspired by the castle and its grounds, with a percentage of sales of every product, donated to the Castle & Gardens of Mey Trust, which continues the legacy of the Queen Mother and looking after an iconic Scottish monument.
Halcyon Days works closely with the Royal Collection in many ways, including purchasing image licences which are applied to limited edition product and Halcyon Days contributes a percentage direct to the Royal Collection Trust, caring for the largest and one of the most treasured art collections in the world.