Rape Crisis-branded items and partners below
To place an order for any of our Rape Crisis branded merchandise please email [email protected] with your order and your delivery address, and we'll let you know what the postage costs will be. You can then click on the link below to make payment by clicking the 'Donate' button, and we'll get your order out to you.
Thank you for supporting our work!
Christmas Card Packs £2.50 ea
4 of each design shown per pack - designed by RC volunteers
Washbags - £4.00each
(please state which colour you would like when ordering)
Pocket Sized Post it Packs £1.50each (ruler shows size)
Pens - £2.00 each
A5 Notebooks - £4.00
ruler shows sizing
We also have a range of other merchandise including Keyrings (£1.50 ea), Pencils (50p ea)
Compacts - £4.00 ea
with This is what a feminist looks like engraving
Available in rose gold or silver (please state which when ordering)
Power Banks £2.50 each
Spring Roots Colouring Zine
ROOTS colouring zines are all about mindfulness, creativity, getting back to nature and raising money for vital causes whilst we are at it.
Part sketch-book / part zine, this limited edition artist colouring book celebrates the season of Spring. Filled with hand-drawn illustrations that are interwoven with facts and folklore, this zine is an invitation to bring different Spring blooms to life with crayons, pencils and paints in whatever way you wish - there are no wrong colours! Each 24 page, A5 zine is printed, assembled and signed by Bryony in the studio, with a handwritten limited edition number out of 1,000. There is also this Spotify playlist ROOTS: Colour with Bryony&Bloom to inspire as you colour.
SUPPORTING RAPE CRISIS
Every title in the ROOTS collection fundraises for a different charity.
This particular zine supports Rape Crisis England and Wales. Creative mindfulness activities such as colouring zines have been shown to support counselling and therapy services offered through the 39 Rape Crisis centres across England and Wales. Therefore, in addition to the donation of half of all profits from the sale of the zine, Bryony&Bloom is also sending packs of zines to clients who would like them, via these centres. A huge thank you for your contribution towards helping to raise money and supply materials in support of this vital work.
Read more about the project here.
Waymaking: An anthology of women’s adventure writing, poetry and art
Waymaking is an anthology of prose, poetry and artwork by women who are inspired by wild places, adventure and landscape.
Published in 1961, Gwen Moffat’s Space Below My Feet tells the story of a woman who shirked the conventions of society and chose to live a life in the mountains. Some years later in 1977, Nan Shepherd published The Living Mountain, her prose bringing each contour of the Cairngorm mountains to life. These pioneering women set a precedent for a way of writing about wilderness that isn’t about conquering landscapes, reaching higher, harder or faster, but instead about living and breathing alongside them, becoming part of a larger adventure.
The artists in this inspired collection continue Gwen and Nan’s legacies, redressing the balance of gender in outdoor adventure literature. Their creativity urges us to stop and engage our senses: the smell of rain-soaked heather, wind resonating through a col, the touch of cool rock against skin, and most importantly a taste of restoring mind, body and spirit to a former equanimity.
With contributions from adventurers including Alpinist magazine editor Katie Ives, multi-award-winning author Bernadette McDonald, adventurers Sarah Outen and Anna McNuff, renowned filmmaker Jen Randall and many more, Waymaking is an inspiring and pivotal work published in an era when wilderness conservation and gender equality are at the fore.
50% of royalties will be donated to Rape Crisis England & Wales.
Believe Women T-shirts
Sam Scheibel has designed these fantastic Believe Women t-shirts, with a minimum 25% of profits coming to Rape Crisis England & Wales.
Sam says: "In response to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and the climate that victims of domestic violence and sexual assault face every day I'm leveraging my meagre abilities as a designer to take a stand. I stand with women and promise to support and believe survivors. Every victim deserves a safe space and fair chance to have their voice heard.
I know there is more I can do. Selling a design for charity may not seem like much, but as a husband, son and member of society I felt I should do something. I pledge to donate 50% of all profits to victim support charities in the US and UK"
You can order yours here: https://studios.threadless.com/designs/believe/womens
Sex, Drugs & HIV CD
Mat Sargent started the Sex, Drugs 'n' HIV project in 1995 because he wanted to give something back to the charities that helped him on his journey in life.
At the time he started recording the first HIV sessions, he had just left punk band CHELSEA and joined SHAM 69. He knew musicians from various bands from being on the road and meeting people backstage etc, a lot of them became his friends, so he asked them to guest on the album.
200 artists and 40 tracks later, the CD has been on sale since November 2014 and has raised well over £1,000 for each of the four charities, including Rape Crisis England & Wales.
Diary of a Date Rape
Bee Goldsmith is a date rape survivor and has written Diary of a Date Rape to raise awareness of the trauma and emotional complexities surrounding date rape.
Bee hopes that the book will help others, who may have been through something similar, begin the process of recovery so that they are able to fully live their lives again.
Bee will be donating 10% of the profits of the book to Rape Crisis charities.
Raise money while you browse online
If you set our Everyclick page as your home page, you can raise money for Rape Crisis just by searching the web.