Glaze & Gordon Charity Countryside Calendar 2022 - 100% of Profits to Four Countryside Organisations
We are absolutely delighted to present our first charity calendar to celebrate a year of field sports and the countryside whilst supporting four organisation close to our hearts.
We have carefully curated the calendar in collaboration with people who we have met along our journey as a business so far. Each month is thoughtfully chosen to reflect that time of year in the countryside including shooting, fishing, hunting, working dogs, polo and stalking. We also include an anecdote about how we met each person.
Since our launch in 2017 we have been lucky enough to meet some inspiring people, many of who have helped to spark new product ideas or introduced us to new countryside activities.
We have also been incredibly lucky to know some fabulous photographers who have helped to capture some of our proudest moments. The calendar also features photos from two of our social media followers who won a competition to appear in the calendar.
We wanted to share this with you in a beautiful calendar that also gives back to countryside communities at the same time.
All profits from this calendar are being equally split between:
The Atlantic Salmon Trust
AST provides protection for our wild salmon and sea trout populations. Wild salmon are in decline, so much so that they could become an endangered species in as little as 10 years’ time. AST focuses on research into the reason why this is happening, to provide solutions to the problem.
The Gamekeepers Welfare Trust
GWT was set up to provide support to gamekeepers, stalkers, ghillies and their families in times of hardship, ill health and retirement. Not only financial, but the GWT also provide a listening and visiting service to those that need a little extra emotional support too.
Greatwood began as a rehabilitation and rehoming charity for former racehorses than had fallen upon hard times when they retired from the racing industry. It has since developed to provide an opportunity for children with special educational needs to learn life skills and emotional literacy through interaction with the exceptional rescued racehorses.
The Hunt Servants Fund
The Hunt Servants Fund was set up through the Hunt Staff Benefit Society as a charity to promote training and education for current and prospective Hunt Staff and to relieve poverty amongst Hunt Staff, their spouses, widows, widowers and children.
We are sure you will agree that all four trusts are incredibly well deserving and provide an all-round service to the rural community and we hope to raise as much money as possible for them.
Everyone needs a great calendar hanging up in their kitchen, not only does this one look great but it also supports those in need too.
Gifting to your loved ones, or keeping all to yourself!
- 13 months of beautiful countryside photographs
- 100% of profits equally split between four charities