choice of three charities to chose to give your money too


mika creations partners with i=Change to donate $1 from every sale to a life-changing project - and you choose where it goes.

We are proud to use this platform as a catalyst for positive change, allowing you to put purpose to your purchase by choosing which of three charities you would like to donate to.

i=Change have a policy of complete transparency, so you can be sure that 100% of your donation goes to your chosen project in full.

Charities we are currently supporting  

End violence against women in Papua New Guinean

Help Papua New Guinean women live free from violence.

In the highlands of PNG, up to 93% women experience violence regularly - even on a daily basis. Sexual harassment is also extremely common in markets, where women's ability to do business is crucial for the strength of their communities. When women are safe from violence, entire communities and economies flourish.

UN Women is working to meet the needs of women, train male community leaders to understand and communicate that violence against women is a crime, and provide skills training so women can earn an income and support their families.

Clean the sea 

Help remove plastic and debris from the sea

Over 160 million tons of plastic is produced each year to create single-use disposable items and packaging.

With no established system to close the loop, this has led to over 70 years of accumulation of plastics in landfill (40%) and the environment (32%), with only 10% being recycled.

Plastics end up in waterways and oceans, breaking down into ever smaller pieces called micro-plastics, well known for entering the food chain through the water, air and food that we consume.

Seabin Smart Tech, similar to a rubbish bin X pool skimmer, removes floating plastics as small as 2mm, filtering 600,000L of water per day from oil and surface pollutants.

Rewild Australia

Helps to reintroduce a lost species 

Australia is a land of diverse and stunning ecosystems, and home to many unique plants and wildlife. Australia also has the highest mammal extinction rate in the world and is experiencing significant declines of many species.

Using science and Indigenous Ecological Knowledge, WWF is rewilding Australia by returning locally-extinct species.

Animals like quolls and devils help regulate ecosystems, while bandicoots, potoroos and bettongs are ecosystem engineers - turning over soil, burying leaf litter and supporting seed germination that helps to Regenerate Australia.

WWF is committed to reversing the decline of Australia’s wildlife and helping restore biodiversity.