All proceeds from Hannah’s wardrobe on the By Rotation app are being donated towards Spread a Smile Charity, which brings joy and laughter to terminally ill children and their families during intensive treatment and extended hospital stays.
After watching a Grenfell tribute film during lockdown, Amelia discovered the Henry Dickes Community Centre and wanted to support through her wardrobe rentals. The Henry Dickens Junior Club evolved from the art psychotherapy service at the centre, where children began to need different support in the months following the Grenfell fire. Within this safe space, the children can learn new skills and experiment with different activities such as art, cooking, sports and much more.
Tara Kangarlou is an award-winning journalist, author & humanitarian who has reported & written from conflict zones around the world. In 2016 she founded a nonprofit charity, Art of Hope, one of the first nonprofit organizations solely committed to supporting the mental health needs of war-torn Syrian refugees and vulnerable host communities in Lebanon - a small country that hosts the largest number of refugees per capita in the world. Tara's wardrobe is now available to rent on the app - with all proceeds donated to Art of Hope.