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Charity Donations

                                                     You can browse and buy any of Hannah's work here.

                                                                                                                                          You can find out more about Plan International and how to                                                                                                                                                      contribute to their vital work here.                 Last updated 01.10.19 


Here's what Plan International do

Plan International UK      Facebook      Instagram    Twitter     @PlanUK


"Plan International UK is a global children’s charity. We work to give every child the same chance in life.

In every child there’s a spark of imagination, curiosity and ambition. But not every child is born with the same opportunities. When you face poverty or violence the odds are stacked against you. When you’re a girl it’s even harder to be safe, to be in school and to be in charge of your body.


All children deserve an education, health care and clean water. All children deserve the chance to thrive. We’re fighting so every child, especially every girl, knows their value. We’re fighting so the communities they’re growing up in – and the world around them – value them too. And if disaster strikes we’re there to protect children, keep them learning and help them recover. We work to give every child, every chance. Are you in?"

- Plan's Core messaging 

















 Plan International UK                                                                                            Plan International UK / Maheder Haileselassie Tadese


Why hmrwrites donates to Plan International

The first time I had heard of or encountered Plan UK was at a service station and one of their adverts was near the door and caught my eye. I was fairly young and I remember it being very poignant and almost hard to look at - even though it was only a few sentences long. It made a real impression on me and I have wanted to support the charity in some form since.


I found this charity at a vulnerable time in my life towards the start of puberty, and couldn't imagine having to deal with what I was going through without support, let alone what was and IS happening to girls and young women who are less fortunate than myself - and experiencing things I will never have to experience. To imagine not having ANY support still terrifies me, and this advert really opened my eyes into the reality of what it can be like for girls growing up today. 


The ad was one where you could text a number and give a set amount, and I did this straight away. At the time, I was too young to sign up and make regular donations. Since then, I have remained interested in the charity, but have only donated 'on-and-off', with small amounts and - in honesty - probably not as often as I should.  I have never been in a position financially to make a considerable and regular donation, so I chose to apportion the profits from some of my works, and use my platform here as a way of making regular donations to the charity to hopefully make a real difference - all through your help of course!

All of my available work that contributes to Plan is also available for free on different platforms, which I try to make as clear as possible in the different product descriptions in my shop. I want to make all of my work as accessible to as many people as possible, whilst also supporting a  charity I feel passionate about.


In order to contribute in as many ways as I can, this is why I offer my work in multiple formats. I realise it is not viable for everyone to pay for my work all the time, but I feel grateful I am able to have this option to support and spread the word of such a valuable cause. I hope you may consider looking into the charity yourself; the work Plan do is invaluable, and I have had only positive experiences with the team (little mention to the lovely Louise for helping me with this page)!

How hmrwrites donates to Plan International

hmrwrites is able to donate to Plan International through your reading of my work. Below is a full breakdown of which products help contribute to Plan International's vital work, and where to browse them:

How Best to Stage a Breakdown (2019):                                                                                                                                                                                   

£0.99/$1.25 approx.     Buy from the hmrwrites shop       Buy from Amazon

#30dayshmr June - July (2019):

£0.99/$1.25 approx.     Buy from the hmrwrites shop 

#30dayshmr August (2019):

£0.99/$1.25 approx.     Buy from the hmrwrites shop 

#30dayshmr September (2019):

£0.99/$1.25 approx.     Buy from the hmrwrites shop 

#30dayshmr October (2019):

£0.99/$1.25 approx.     Buy from the hmrwrites shop 

                                                                                                                                                                 Plan International UK / Patrick Kaplin


hmrwrites makes a bi-annual donation to Plan International. The sales of every copy of How Best to Stage a Breakdown and all editions of #30dayshmr (currently June - July, August , September and October) sold through the hmrwrites shop and Amazon are supporting Plan International UK, which works to advance child rights and equality for girls across the world. 

hmrwrites have currently donated £11 to Plan International. hmrwrites last donation made was £11 on 01/10/19. Thank you so much for your ongoing support, you are helping to change lives across the world. 

hmrwrites aims to be as transparent as possible wherever all things money are concerned. All and any questions, concerns and issues regarding any comments stated are welcomed and should be addressed to hmrwrites@hotmail.com.


#30dayshmr is my BIGGEST collaboration project to date. Originally set up as a challenge to hold me accountable to note-taking, through the supportive communities across my socials, it has turned into an ongoing, collaborative writing challenge that encourages us to think about our notes more creatively, in turn producing better content and improving our own writing skills. Below are a few examples of responses to the challenge:

Monas's response to a #30dayshmr prompt
Scarlet's response to a #30dayshmr prompt



Using #30dayshmr October 

Day 18 prompt 'Sophistication'

Mona, @blossom.mist

Using #30dayshmr September 

Day 12 prompt 'Clean Sheets'

Scarlet, @a_scarlet_b

Using #30dayshmr August 

Day 26 prompt 'Bliss'


Using #30dayshmr October 

Day 4 prompt 'The empty harvest'

You can find out more about #30dayshmr on my FAQs page, which details exactly what the challenge is, how to get involved and where to find past #30dayshmr challenges.

Favourite poets

I've listed here a few of my favourite poets and writers that I've been lucky enough to connect and work with. This list is perfect if you're on the lookout for new writers to follow, or are just needing some inspiration and a lift for your own work. 

Mark, @MarkCanniff

Always open to hearing my weird ideas for projects, Mark is a supportive writer and commendable for his own supernatural mysteries series. 



Ella, @EllaSanderson18

Ella is such an insightful poet, making waves spreading awareness about her struggles through both written and spoken poetry. 



Megan, @PagesPainting

Megan writes honest, emotional blog pieces, alongside her own projects. An all-round creative and genuinely supportive individual.


John, @JohnTimmons1

One of the most helpful writers out there, John specialises in writing screenplays, as well as being interested in a range of genres.  


Some other amazing poets and writers











I update this list regularly and am always looking for new poets and writers to connect and collaborate with. If you fancy being featured or want to work on a poetry/writing project together, feel free to contact me or find me across social media @hmrwrites.             Last updated 22/09/19

Alongside my website here, you can also find me on Amazon or across my socials (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). I have also been lucky enough to be featured on:                                                                                                                                    


Tower Poetry                www.towerpoetry.org.uk                      Long-listed poet for 2017

My Poetic Side             mypoeticside.com                                 H.M. Reynolds, hmrwrites 

The Indie Book Club   theindiebookclub.com                          Mislilac (Thinker)                                                                                                                  Youtube                          hmrwrites Youtube Channel                Interviews and video content


PaintingThePages       Megan's blog                                          Interview

AspiePoetry                  Ella's blog                                                Featured