Wellbeing projects.

We nurture projects that engage individuals and organisations in social and environmental activities, promoting well-being and making a positive impact on people, the planet, and animals. You can support our initiatives by joining us in person or by donating through our Amazon wish list button below. Together, we can create a better world for everyone!

Bring & Paint Workshops 

WeDoReDo Workshops offer engaging and professional clothing workshops for all ages. Bring and paint your clothing to give it a new style or turn an old t-shirt into a tote bag with our simple no need to sew techniques.

Our workshops provide a fun and creative way to repurpose clothing, helping to divert items from landfills and promote well-being. Ideal for workplaces, educational institutions, restaurants & cafes,hen parties, birthdays, and community events, our activities offer a positive and unique alternative to the usual.

We supply all necessary equipment and can customise the event to fit your theme. Contact us to discuss your ideas, and we'll bring them to life!

Clothes Swap Party

A fun and eco-friendly way to refresh your wardrobe while making a positive impact on the environment. We’re thrilled to collaborate with renowned brands like Lush Cosmetics UK for their first-ever clothes swap event in the country!

Perfect for workplaces, schools, community groups, festivals, and more, our Clothes Swap Parties offer a unique and enjoyable way to update your style! Bring your gently used clothing items and swap them for new-to-you treasures, all while helping to reduce textile waste and promote sustainability.

Save money, foster a sense of community, and enjoy the thrill of finding new favourites. We provide all the necessary equipment and can tailor the event to suit your theme or occasion.

Get in touch to book a Clothes Swap Party for your organisation or event, and let's make sustainability stylish together!

Litter picks and Beach Cleans

During the summer of 2019, "We Do Ethical" partnered with BCP's "Leave Only Footprints" initiative to involve the local business community in well-being days. These events are designed to alleviate climate change anxiety, enhance mental wellness, and simultaneously address pollution concerns while safeguarding our local environment.

We supply all necessary equipment and permissions for your team, ensuring full insurance coverage through public liability. Additionally, we manage the 10-day process to obtain a letter of authority agreement.

Wellbeing Day Schedule:

13:30pm - Meet on Bournemouth pier (pier approach) for a health and safety briefing. Distribute litter picking equipment to team & map out route.
14:00 - Start litter pick
16:00 - End litter pick, meeting back where we started for a team photo with our bin bags full before disposing collected items into the correct recycling bins.
16:30 - 17:45 - Break or drinks & appetisers at a local restaurant.
18:00 - 19:30 - Community outreach with Hope For Food.

Equipment we will provide:

(Qty people) litter pickers & hoops for bags * Roll of compostable bin bags * Gloves * Sanitiser gel * Dust pan & brush * First aid box

Community Outreach

In December 2020, we partnered with Hope for Food charity's outreach project. Together we now provide a reliable and authentic source of personal care products to serve members of our local community who are most in need.

It takes place every other Sunday between 6pm - 8pm at St. Stephen's Church, Bournemouth town centre. Those in need, who are often homeless, are served a hot drink and wholesome meal, inside the church. Outside, Hope for Food's charity van provides essentials such as; clean clothing, sleeping bags, tents and warm blankets, donated by local people and business owners including ourselves.

We believe that personal hygiene is a basic human right. Before we stepped in to partner with the charity, the vulnerable people within our community were denied this through no fault of their own. Now 1,200 people are served monthly. Find us next to the charity's van outside the church where we will be providing these essential products.

Every penny that is donated directly funds our essential project with Hope for Food. Gift aid is available for those who wish to utilise it.
Charity Number: 1162039
Lloyds bank Sort code 77 50 22
Account number 44863360

Transform Our World

We believe that education is the most powerful tool for change. We are part of a community of teachers using free resources to empower students and inspire sustainable action in schools. Working with young minds through our eco schools partnership across the UK, we enjoy working on live projects that inspire sustainable development. Book a project if you'd like us to work with your organisation through a new or existing initiative.


EduPlast UK is dedicated in assisting organisations to become more sustainable within their workspace. Offering a simple consultancy service that is tailored to your needs through waste auditing and management. EduPlast enables you to enhance your organisation towards reaching the sustainable development goals more easily. Eduplast is passionate in educating organisations and future generations a like on plastics. Through presentations and workshops they share knowledge of ways to make more sustainable choices in your daily life to become the sustainability leaders of tomorrow.

Text Me When Your Home

Normalising the discussion of crimes against women and other 'taboo' subjects. Empowering and intersectional. Podcast coming soon! @_textmewhenyourhome 

Your Planet Doctors

Working with a group of like-minded people who are passionate about protecting the health of our planet. We bring together individuals and groups to build sustainable, self-sufficient caring and resilient communities to improve mental health and help repair our world.

You can join a growing community or learn how to grow your own at home by visiting Your Planet Doctors website.  


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