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Tell Someone Who Cares

is a social enterprise, education hub and global community founded by Holley Somerville-Knott created to help protect the rainforests from palm oil destruction. Driven by a sustainable coconut and macadamia natural product range which contains an alternative to palm oil – Illipe nut butter.

There are three main ways you can also get involved and be the solution to the palm oil issue!

Host a RAD Day

Take part with your school or workplace and raise much needed funds for this very deserving cause. 

Adopt an Orangutan

Orangutans are endangered but through adoption you can play a vital part in protecting their species.

Purchase our Products

By learning which products contain palm oil you can make simple changes that really do make a difference.

The palm oil industry is causing devastating destruction to the ancient rainforest, orangutans, other wildlife, indigenous peoples and the entire planet. But by making simple changes to everyday products like soap, you can really put pressure on the palm oil industry to make changes – hit them where it hurts as they say.

 

Holley Somerville-Knott – Founder

Holley decided to start Tell Someone Who Cares after she was inspired by the inspirational movie – Rise of the Eco Warriors.

It shows what is happening in the ancient rainforests of Borneo, and the destruction caused by palm oil production. Holley was so affected by what is happening to the people, Orangutans and ancient rainforests, she decided to take action. She came up with the idea of starting a global movement that everyone could join to help bring solutions to this major issue by working alongside the Dayak people of the Borneo rainforest.

Also the Founder of The Stardust Foundation, a Charity she started when she was 8 to help the planet, people and animals in need, she has always had a passion and drive to make change in the world.

Holley is also involved in speaking engagements, singing performances etc – all to raise awareness and funds for social justice and environmental issues she cares about, including homelessness, poverty, education and clean water to name a few. 

She has also received many awards including:

Green Globe Award for Youth Sustainability Champion

Gecko Environment Award

Young Achievers Environmental Finalist

And has also been featured in a book with Sir Richard Branson called 101 Reasons To get out of bed and save the planet.