FATJOE Charity

Every month we donate a percentage of company profits to a charity chosen by one of our team.

As well as monthly donations, we donate profits of our Swag to Cancer Research and our team regularly takes part in various charitable events.


Cancer research uk kids and teens logo for a charity organization.

Cancer Research for Kids & Teens

Survival for cancers affecting children and young people has increased in recent decades in the UK. But sadly, we’re still losing too many young lives to cancer, and in many cases, survivors experience long-term side effects as a result of their treatment.

Chosen by Joe Taylor, Co-Founder

Promise dreams logo on a white background for charity.

Promise Dreams

Promise Dreams is a national charity that aims to make a real difference to children who are seriously or terminally ill. Every child has a dream and whatever it may be they aim to make it come true.

Chosen by Joe Davies, Co-Founder

A charity logo featuring the cardiac cancer foundation on a blue background.

Carcinoid Foundation

“My dad was diagnosed with a carcinoid tumour and carcinoid syndrome in May 2014. Not much is known about his condition and many times when he has been in hospital they have not known how to treat him, so it has been a very difficult and frustrating four years, for him and our family. More research is needed into this condition to ensure the support and help is there for the patient and the families, and maybe even one day a cure.”

Chosen by Antonia Coyne, Head Of Production

Rspca logo on a white background, representing charity.


“I chose RSPCA as my given charity because every animal deserves to live a healthy life, they bring us so much happiness and we should do the same for them! They do not have a voice and we have to be the voice for them. ”

Chosen by Danielle Samson, Support Ninja

Charity's guide dogs logo on a white background.

Guide Dogs For The Blind

“I chose Guide Dogs for the Blind as both my mum and dad have had Guide Dogs at points in their lives. I’ve witnessed first-hand the incredible difference a Guide Dog can make for a blind person with the independence and mobility they allow – and also the wonderful companionship the dogs give to their owners.”

Chosen by Daniel Trick, Content Quality

Coeliac UK is a gluten-free charity.

Coeliac UK

For nearly 50 years, we have been the experts on coeliac disease and the gluten free diet. We are an independent charity helping people living without gluten to live happier, healthier lives.

Chosen by Tracey Kirby, Finance

Charity logo promoting better mental health.


“There has been such a stigma around mental health in recent years. Far more people suffer with this than we realise. Every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. I’ve witnessed how it can affect people and feel there should be more help available. This is why it’s so important to be nice. You don’t know what battles people are facing.”

Chosen by Emily Bradley, Customer Champion

Charity dedicated to supporting children with brain injury.

Childrens Trust

The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. They deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children and young people, and their families.

Chosen by Luke Bickley, Developer

Unicef logo representing a charity on a white background.

Childrens Trust

“I have no personal history prompting me to support Unicef. However as a father of two I do empathize with children more now than before, I think to myself “what if that was my child”. I like the idea of supporting a charity that helps children in need get the education, vaccines and safe home environments that every child deserves.”

Chosen by Julian Taylor, Developer

The logo for a charity representing hope and the good shepherd.

Hospice Of The Good Shepherd

“This is a local hospice ran as an independent charity and they receive no funding from the NHS. They cared for both of my Nans before they passed away and provided exceptional end of life care.”

Chosen by Laura Stephenson, Support Ninja

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National Autistic Society

“The National Autistic Society is a British charity for autistic people. The purpose of the organisation is to improve the lives of autistic people in the United Kingdom. ”

Chosen by Rob Cartwright, Outreach Specialist

Charity logo featuring four paws on a white background.

Four Paws

“I choose Four Paws because of the problems around the world with animals being neglected and used for cosmetic testing. With the nature of the videos we see on social media, such as torturing and killing animals, we can’t sit back and watch.”

Chosen by Sacha Woolley, Outreach Specialist

A black t-shirt and hoodie, sold for charity.


100% of our FATJOE swag profits go to Childrens Cancer Research. Kit your office out with Tee’s, hoodies, mugs and even phone cases, knowing it’s all for a good cause. Share pics of your swag and use the hashtag #fatjoeswag.

Buy FATJOE swag here

A poster for a charity match and family event.

AEDDonate Charity Match & Family Fun Day

FATJOE are sponsoring the kit for AEDDonate’s charity football match. A local event with friends and family of FATJOE team taking part, FATJOE are proud to be supporting the event for a great cause, dedicated to Neil “Shrek” Bradbury.

Donate here