Treat Your Shelf Crowdfunding

by Rosy Morris-Roe in Sheffield, England, United Kingdom

Treat Your Shelf Crowdfunding
We did it
On 3rd November 2019 we successfully raised £1,563 with 40 supporters in 28 days

Raising money to enable this business idea to continue to flourish and expand.

by Rosy Morris-Roe in Sheffield, England, United Kingdom

New stretch target

I will be able to expand my ideas for a children's monthly subscription and keep the adult subscription a running at the same time 


My passion for books, baths and intersectional feminism is what drives this idea. I wanted to create a subscription that champions unrepresented voices in literature whilst also promoting self care and art. I want to help marginalised narratives reach places they may not have done and spread awareness, compassion and empathy for all of the different and wonderful people that exist. Each month my customers receive one book which focuses on diversity and inclusivity, lots of self indulgent care goodies and some stunning pieces of artwork from a different featured artist. Diversifying people's bookshelves is something I'm really passionate about and there are so many amazing voices that need to be heard. You can find out more about what I do over at www.treatyourshelf.co.uk

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

3 of 5 claimed

Self care box

You will receive some of the lovely self care goodies from previous boxes

£15 or more

5 of 5 claimed

Kids Box

You will receive one of our children's book boxes, sent out in December. You can choose an age group that best suits your child.

£20 or more

6 of 7 claimed

Book and Bomb box

A wonderfully inclusive paperback book alongside 2 bespoke bath bombs

£30 or more

5 of 5 claimed

2 month subscription to Treat Your Shelf

You will receive 2 months worth of Treat Your Shelf boxes.

£50 or more

3 of 3 claimed

3 month subscription to Treat Your Shelf

You will receive a 3 month subscription to Treat Your Shelf


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