Dogs Go Greener has donated nearly £2,000 worth of products including compostable dog poop bags to a range of UK charities.
In their first full year of operation, they have donated products to a range of dog shelters and worthy causes around the country.
Originally looking for 10 nominations in a campaign on social media, the company was inundated with nearly 100 nominations in total.
Due to the overwhelming response, the company decided to donate a care package of their dog poop bags to over 30 unique charities.
Lucy Green, founder, Dogs Go Greener, said: “We’ve all endured testing times over the past two Christmases, not-for-profit organisations have perhaps felt the impact harder than others. In light of our recent appeal, we felt that picking only a handful of worthy causes was not the right thing to do.
“We decided to send a care package to every charity that was nominated. Looking through the nominated charities, it was clear how much good work has been done by volunteers up and down the country and we want to support them in the best way we can.”
Dogs Go Greener is a sustainable company, founded in Hampshire in 2020, selling compostable dog poop bags made from cornstarch and compostable rope toys for dogs, made from cotton and hemp.