TEMPLESPA Donates Balm Profits To World Vision UK’s Ukraine Appeal

The generous founders of the skincare company TEMPLESPA have teamed up with World Vision UK to support the charity’s emergency Ukraine Appeal.

Liz and Mark Warom, the founders of TEMPLESPA are donating 100 percent of the net sales of their AAAHHH! Instant Cooling Balm to the appeal. 

Every day there are reports of more and more people fleeing Ukraine. Children are bearing the brunt of the crisis as they have fled their homes in search of safe shelter. World Vision is working in Eastern Europe to bring hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and education to those refugee children. 

World Vision International CEO and President Andrew Morley interviewed Valentina, shortly after she crossed the border. Valentina described how they had run away when they heard explosions and felt panicky. She said she felt mixed emotions as she arrived in Romania. “We are very sad to leave our country and to be parted from members of our family is extremely heartbreaking,” she says.  

It’s stories like Valentina and Sasha’s that have inspired Liz and Mark Warom to support World Vision’s Ukraine appeal. There are at least three million Ukrainian refugees to date and the number is rising every day.

Liz says:

At TEMPLESPA, we put wellbeing at the heart of our work, with love inspiring us to help us to empower others to live life to the full. That includes supporting charitable causes like World Vision UK in its incredible work helping to provide life-giving supplies and services to children and families who have been forced to leave everything behind.

Mark Sheard, CEO of World Vision UK, says:

The enormity of the humanitarian crisis arising from the war in Ukraine has provoked an exceptional response from the British public in general and our supporters in particular. We are grateful to the team at TEMPLESPA for choosing to support this appeal and make a difference to refugee children and families at a time when they need it most.

The balm, designed for aching feet and legs costs £5 for a 30ml tube and 100 percent of the profits from the product will be used to support World Vision’s vital work supporting Ukrainian refugees.

Written by: Jo Duckles    

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