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20% to Charity Homeless Street Angels and Free Postage this Black Friday Weekend

November 23, 2020 1 min read

20% to Charity Homeless Street Angels and Free Postage this Black Friday Weekend

The Monkey Puzzle Tree will be donating 20% of their website takings to charity Homeless Street Angels from Friday 27th November to midnight on Monday 30th November.

From those with beautiful homes to those without...

For the second year we are working with charity Homeless Street Angels to help those in need through a particularly difficult winter

Black Friday The Monkey Puzzle Tree Luxury Cushions and Lampshades

Buying a beautiful lampshade or cushion for yourself or as a Christmas present will create a lasting statement in your home whilst supporting an independent business as well as the local mills and artists we work with.

Homeless Street Angels The Monkey Puzzle Tree Black Friday

Registered Charity number 1185876

Charity Homeless Street Angels first came to our attention after we read how they had turned around the life of a former rough sleeper, enabling him to find work and apply for a place at University. You can read that story here.

Homeless Street Angels

As well as handing out hot meals and toiletries to those on the streets, the charity also supplies food parcels to families in need and those who are isolating. Help is provided for rehousing and furnishing new homes, as well as support with life skills.

Homeless Street Angels

Homeless Street Angels Before and After
This year donations are needed more than ever as the charity is unable to host regular fundraising events due to social distancing rules.


From real cork wallpaper to secretly naughty lace, The Monkey Puzzle Tree collaborates with artists in the North of England to create fabrics and wallpapers with a twist and a conscience.

The Monkey Puzzle Tree aims to support local communities and minimise the environmental impact of their designs. Artists are paid generous royalties to help them continue with their creative work and all products are made to the highest standards by English manufacturers within 150 miles of their Leeds studio.