Here at Celtic Clan Soapery, community outreach and stewardship is the primary mission behind our business. With each sale, you join in a partnership with us to reach those in need in our local neighborhoods. Thank you for supporting our mission! Follow our Blog for more behind-the-scenes info about our outreach events. 

Celtic Clan Soapery Causes and Commitments

~Ukrainian Support Organizations~

Our hearts are heavy and we are standing by the people of Ukraine. We have designed a small token of our support by creating a soap bar in the colors of Ukraine. 'Ukraine Strong' will ship out starting March 28th. 100% of all proceeds will go to the following charitable organizations. In addition 10% of all profits during the month of March will also be directed to one of these organizations.

If you would like to donate directly please click the links below and you will be directed to the vetted websites. 

UNICEF Ukraine - supporting the refuge needs of those fleeing the war zone.

St. Jude Cancer research center - helping to relocated the Ukrainian children battling cancer. 


~Kentucky Tornado Relief~

The aftermath of the devastating December Tornados in Kentucky and surrounding areas is still effecting so many. Join us as we offer small gifts of comfort to those still in sheltered living. In addition to 10% of our monthly sales - for every bar of soap sold in January we will send one to Kentucky shelters. Monetary donations are going to the American Red Cross to use for emergency housing needs.

~ The Tacoma Rescue Mission~ 

We have chosen the Tacoma Rescue mission as our primary outreach. We have several focused fundraisers throughout the year and are regularly collecting donations and goods that are on their most needed list. Homelessness is at crisis levels in our community. We are committed to showing love and compassion to our neighbors in need. 


*Summer Care Package Drive

*School Supply Drive 

*Food and Gift Holiday Drive

 ~ The Carol Milgard Breast Center~

October Event- Love to the Ta-Ta's

We are fortunate to have such a quality center here in Pierce County. With the commitment to serve those in need. The BCCHP program offers breast cancer screening, detection, and treatment to both women and men who are uninsured or underinsured. This program saves lives. As a primary care provider, I have seen the real lifesaving benefit of the work that is done at Carol Milgard. 

This year our Love to the Ta-Ta's campaign helped to raise money for this incredible facility.

~North West Battle Buddies~ 

November Event - Americana 

This is a local organization that helps to raise and train service dogs for our Military Veterans that have returned with both visible and invisible wounds. NWBB is doing incredible things to help with reintegration and quality of life for those affected by the trauma of war. 

We are excited to dedicate the month of November in honor of Veterans Day to help raise funds for this local charity. 

Check out our Americana collection today. A portion of the proceeds will go to help train service dogs for our heroes. 

~Lupus Foundation of America~ 

March Event - Warrior Wings 

As a family, we have become a Warrior Clan, learning that with Lupus and in this family, no one fights alone. As a lupus warrior myself we are committed to bringing awareness and support to those who face the challenges of chronic illness. Together we are fighting for a cure. Thank you to all who have supported and partnered with us to help others find their voice and warrior spirit. 

 ~One Tree Planted~ 

Year-Round Event 

Stewardship of our environment is a calling. We are committed to making daily changes in our family and our business to support sustainable living and make healthy choices for our land. We have partnered with One Tree Planted to help in that mission and invite you to join us. For every dollar raised, one tree is planted here, in the fire-stricken region of the Pacific Northwest as well as around the world.  

Since starting with one tree planted, Celtic Clan Soapery and your support have planted twenty-one trees in our region.