... because rainbow fairies do exist!

We Help To Raise Funds And Provide The Right Products To Support Local Community Initiatives, Whether Big Or Small.
Our Aim Is To Bring Hope & Smiles During Times Of Need, When They're Needed The Most.

Click & Collect Available During Lockdown 2.0 We appreciate any support you are able to give

Box Full Of Rainbows Started With Tracie Making 3 Care Packages At The Start Of Lockdown - April 2020 ... We Ended In July 2020 Having Giving Out 3426 To Our Amazing Keyworkers!
In July 2020, Box Full Of Rainbows Became Rainbow Wishes! In August 2020 We Completed Our First Community Wish By Helping Plastic Free Eastbourne With One Of Their Monthly Beach Cleans!
Rachel Sharp, A Youth Officer With Sussex Police Was Nominated To Win Our Toy Giveaway! Thank You Rachel For Working So Hard In Our Community & Donating These To A Very Deserving Group!
On 19th September 2020, Rainbow Wishes Community Store opened in the Enterprise Centre, Eastbourne. We have a range of preloved & new products, aswell as having shelves full of local crafters displaying their items. Pop over to the Community Store tab to see more photos of our opening day.
Rainbow Wishes is open Monday-Saturday, located upstairs in the Enterprise Centre. Please keep an eye on our social media pages for our opening times & events.
27th September 2020: Rainbow Wishes completed another beach clean for Plastic Free Eastbourne, along with some amazing help from Kim & Georgie from Morrisons Eastbourne & young helpers from the YMCA.

 

 

“We are delighted to announce that we are part of Eastbourne’s COVID-ready quality scheme! With additional measures in place to protect you and your families we are ready to safely welcome back our loyal customers. The COVID-ready quality scheme has been launched in partnership with the Eastbourne Hospitality Association, Visit Eastbourne, the Chamber of Commerce and Eastbourne’s Business Improvement District. The scheme is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund via the Reopening High Streets Safely Fund and supported by the East Sussex Primary Authority.”