Ethical Responsibility

Ethical Responsibility

Ethical Responsibility

As a business and an employer we take our responsibilities to our team, local community and the planet very seriously. These responsibilities are a consideration in every decision we make and we are constantly taking steps to reduce our negative impact on the planet and increase the positive impact.

Luckies has officially been a Living Wage Employer since 2018 and pays the higher, London-weighted living wage to all staff to ensure they can live comfortably.

In order to minimise our impact on the planet, we manufacture with sustainable materials wherever and however we can. We're making every effort to minimise or eradicate non-recyclable plastic from our products and use recycled and recyclable materials in both product and packaging where possible, it's at the core of our development process.

Our Scratch Maps, Chartologist collection, and Yoga Flow and Fuel posters are all UK manufactured using paper and card from sustainable FSC approved sources.

Our Chartologist Hanger is handmade in the UK using FSC approved wood.

For our Calm Club collection we have worked hard to ensure we use sustainable materials where possible. All packaging is 100% recyclable and plastic free.

FOR GOOD is an eco-conscious collection, designed to help people reduce their impact on the environment through fashion upcycling, sustainable grow kits, reusable food wraps and cutlery sets, and more. Why can’t sustainable product be as loud and impactful as the message it delivers?

Luckies is officially a Carbon Neutral Organisation. The emissions our company creates through energy, flights and freight are offset through investment into projects that improve the environment on a global scale.

Since 2017 Luckies have been supporting our local youth club, The Avenues Youth Project in London, W10. We currently donate a share of our Calm Club profits, which helps The Avenues to open their doors after school and during holidays, to provide activities that boost the mental and physical wellbeing of hundreds of children and young people each year.

To date we have contributed nearly £20k to this vital youth project, helping to improve and enrich the lives of young people in inner city London, growing up in difficult circumstances.

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