"You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you."
North Devon Soap is one of three trading styles operated by Earth Friendly Foodware Limited. The owners commitment to promoting a more eco-friendly approach to the environment clear. From giving hundreds of volunteering hours annually plastic free groups and the Planet Earth Games to our membership of the Surfers Against Sewage 250 Business club, we are committed to help fight the plastic pollution crisis.
We are very proud of the charities and community groups we support. Each charity works hard to educate others and motivate changes our planet desparately needs. Please take a look at each for the charities below. We are sure they would welcome your support too.
Surfers Against Sewage
250 Business Club Member
Surfers Against Sewage or SAS is a marine conservation charity working with communities to protect oceans, waves, beaches and marine life.
SAS is creating the Plastic Free Community network to free where we live from single-use. Together we’re tackling avoidable single-use plastic, from the beach all the way back to the brands and businesses who create it.
Wherever you live, whether you’re on shore or inland, urban or rural, high-tide or high-rise, we’re uniting communities in the fight against single-use plastics. It’s not about removing all plastic from our lives. It’s about kicking our addiction to avoidable single-use plastic, and changing the system that produces it.
Planet Earth Games
Trustee & Volunteering Time
Planet Earth Games, a unique event that will be a catalyst of physical activity for young people but also educate them on environmental sustainability for a better future.
We deliver the most incredible sports and physical activity events for young people, but are also a force for change in environmental sustainability in sport and beyond.
Plastic Free Torridge
Plastic Free Torridge is the authorised Surfers Against Sewage group co-ordinating the Plastic Free Communities campaign throughout the Torridge area.
Run solely by volunteers, our activities have included regular beach cleans, school assemblies, film nights and community events.
We are also home to Philup The Fish - a plastic gobbling steel structure situated on the promenade at Westward Ho!