We are delighted to share some really exciting news with you.

Our founder and chairperson, Rivka Rose, attended a small private tea at Clarence House yesterday afternoon by invitation of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.

Rivka received the very special Royal invitation in recognition of the donations made by Faith in Nature to In Kind Direct, a charity founded by The Prince of Wales.

To date, through Rivka’s generosity, Faith in Nature has donated products worth in excess of £16,000, reaching 100 voluntary and community organisations to date and the company has plans to continue donating to this worthwhile charity.

Through the partnership with In Kind Direct our lovely, natural products are being shared with hard working charities and non-profit organisations across the UK. It’s really simple – we donate product to In Kind Direct and they in turn redistribute it to voluntary and community organisations.

A great example of the type of organisation our donations support is Betel of Britain Birmingham. They are a group of caring, not-for-profit communities in the UK and are dedicated to helping people experiencing homelessness, drug and alcohol addiction and long-term unemployment to live healthy independent lifestyles.

Commenting on her visit to Clarence House, Rivka said, “I was thrilled and honoured in equal measure to receive this invitation from Prince Charles.

“It’s not something that happens every day and it’s lovely to receive such a surprise.”

Speaking about In Kind Direct, she said, “When we heard about the excellent work done by In Kind Direct we immediately knew that it was a charity we wished to support. By re-distributing surplus products the charity makes a positive difference to people’s lives and it also has a positive impact on the environment.”

Watch this space for more news from Rivka’s big day out in London and join our online photo competition we launched in celebration via our social media channels.