This gorgeous Valentine’s Day gift from The White Company supports a very special charity

A brilliant present idea...
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  • It can be difficult to know what to get a loved one for Valentine’s Day, but The White Company has delivered on a brilliant gift that’s also for a great cause.

    The retailer has launched their Tiny Kiss Necklace, which features a Swarovski stone-embellished cross (a kiss), on a delicate sterling silver chain.

    It comes in at £39 but £20 from every sale will go towards the #ChangeAGirlsLife Campaign, for Women Supporting Women at The Prince’s Trust.

    The initiative has been created to help young women across the UK to develop the confidence and skills they need for the future.

    For an extra special touch, the piece has been designed by The White Company’s founder, Chrissie Rucker OBE – who is also a founding patron of Women Supporting Women.

    The brand says the necklace is the “perfect gift for yourself, or a loved one.”

    Previously speaking about the charity initiative, Chrisse said, “I believe that all young women deserve the chance to find their passion and succeed.

    “We all face difficult challenges as we navigate life. I feel unbelievably lucky to have so much love, guidance and support as I have gone on my journey and without this I don’t believe I would be here today.

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    “The young women we are aiming to help simply don’t have this. But I have seen time and time again that with a little bit of the right help at the right time, these incredible young women go on to have very successful and happy futures. Their stories are so inspiring and there are so many more who need our help.”

    BUY IT NOW: Tiny Kiss Necklace, The White Company, £39

    The brand posted a picture of the item on its Instagram page at the weekend, stating, ‘By owning or gifting one, you’ll be helping young women in the UK facing enormous challenges to have a much brighter future.’

    One follower replied, ‘This is so lovely.’

    While another said, ‘Great cause.’

    We think it’s a great idea from The White Company, swapping the capitalist nature of Valentine’s Day for something more meaningful and charitable.