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Scentsy Charitable Cause

We believe that healthy, happy families build vibrant communities.

One of Scentsy’s core values is Generosity, and we’re always striving for ways to do more for the people and communities who need us most.

Since 2010, here’s how our charitable cause programme has helped:

Total charitable cause products sold:

1.47 million+

Charities we’ve supported:


And here are some of the amazing organisations we’ve supported in the past:

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities® International
  • Mental Health Europe
  • CLIC Sargent®
  • Habitat for Humanity®
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation®
  • World Vision®

How it's going

During our Autumn/Winter 2022 Catalogue season, we generated £15,017.41/€16,938.44 in in Europe to support Ronald McDonald House Charities® International and Fondatioun Kriibskrank Kanner. Thank you for helping support these incredible organisations in their mission to improve the lives of sick children and their families.

How it works

We contribute to multiple charities each catalogue season, all with sustainable programmes focusing on children, families and communities.

Here's our criteria:

Home Do they strengthen families or enhance an individual's quality of life?

Health Do they encourage and contribute to healthy communities?

Essentials Do they help provide the basic building blocks people and families need?

You help decide

It's important that we give to charities that are most meaningful to our Consultants and customers, so we want you to help decide where the money goes! Contact your Consultant with your ideas for worthy local charities to support.

Shop to support

This season’s charitable cause product is the Simple Reminders Warmer, featuring a gentle glow that shines through a list of simple, yet important reminders to inspire each day.

From 1 March to 31 August 2023, we’ll donate €11.75 from each sale to charitable organisations focusing on families with critically ill children in Europe.

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Thank you for your generosity!

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