Jewellery brands have joined forces with notonthehighstreet to support women in need.

In honour of International Women’s Day, the online marketplace has added a host of new products to its charity curation. For piece in this section of the website, 10% of every sale is donated to The Prince’s Trust ‘Women Supporting Women’ initiative, which helps young women gain the skills needed to live, learn and earn.

Within this curation, jewellery brands and designers such as Posh Totty Designs, Carrie Elizabeth Jewellery and Muru can now be found.


The online platform says: “This year we are celebrating the one year anniversary of our partnership with the Prince’s Trust Women Supporting Women initiative. To mark this, we’re adding 10 brand new products to our Women Supporting Women collection.”

Notonthehighstreet is a big advocate for women in business.

Every day notonthehigstreet helps thousands of small business owners thrive, and a huge majority of those partners (82%) are female.

Moreover, which was founded by to female entrepreneurs, has a female chief executive officer and 2/3 of the the team are women.

Last year the business helped put 20 young women through the Prince Trust’s mentoring programme and raised £255,000 for the charity via PayPal and the Women Supporting Women collection.