Here at The Fragrance Shop we love to ‘Spray a little happiness’ with our wide product range, fantastic offers, great customer service and with our charity work in which we spread happiness from our stores and website and into the lives of many children. Since October 2011, we have supported national children’s charity, Rays of Sunshine. This fantastic charity grants magical wishes for seriously ill children. Whether it’s a shopping trip with Leona Lewis, a ride in a pink Lamborghini with Richard Hammond or an exclusive performance and meet and greet with One Direction, no wish is unachievable!
For every transaction you make with us, we donate 5p to Rays of Sunshine. Customers who shop in-store and pay via Chip and Pin are also able to donate 5p. To date we have raised over £200,000 for the charity. That’s a lot of wishes!
May 2014 saw The Fragrance Shop sponsor the incredible Rays of Sunshine Concert held at The Albert Hall. 1,500 ticket for the event were given away to seriously ill children, who got to see an exciting line up of artists including Pixie Lott, Professor Green, Union J, Alesha Dixon, Flawless, Fylar Fox, Eliza Doolittle and pop favourite Olly Murs, who alongside The Fragrance Shop lent their support to the charity.
Wish of the Week
Learn how your fragrance purchase helps grant the wishes of seriously ill children...
This week find out about Sky from Essex, who is just 3 years old. Sky was diagnosed with Ependymoma, a rare type of brain tumour that had led to 5 surgeries, alongside intense chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Sadly, Sky’s cancer remains and his curative treatment is coming to an end.
Sky developed a big love for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and everything Disney while in hospital, your fragrance purchase allowed Ray's of Sunshine to grant an all-expenses paid holiday to Disneyland Paris for Sky and his family
Read more about Sky's story and find out how your fragrance purchases help seriously ill children's dreams come true. Visit our blog >
Deniz's wish to meet his idol, Demi Lovato was granted...to read the full story click here to be taken to our blog.