We want to fill and fuel the world

with gratitude, meaning and purpose

We want to fill and fuel the world

with gratitude, meaning and purpose

We want to fill and fuel the world

with gratitude, meaning and purpose

We imagine a world where...

Those who have nothing, have it all.
Those who have it all, truly live their all.
And we all turn our good luck into a gift for others.

We are a Social Enterprise 

We are a UK-based limited company with a vision of a world where no child has to grow up in poverty, hunger or danger. A world where meaning and purpose take central stage over success and milestones.  And where every single one of us really and truly appreciates the boundless luck that we have been given.

We use profits from our products and services to reinvest into the company to further our mission and to help support global grassroots projects, helping people who need the most basic of life's resources - the very things we all take for granted every single day: food, water, health and safety.

Meet the founder

Hi! I'm Angharad Davies

My name is pronounced a little like Anne Harrod - in case you were wondering!  

I'm a mum to two young boys. And becoming a mum almost five years ago gave me a sense of urgency that sparked a deep need in me to finally and truly live my purpose.
 
And Reciprostone® is very much part of that purpose. It's the culmination of almost two decades of dreaming, learning, trying and failing. It's basically my third child!

So please believe me when I say that I'm so very happy that you are here.

My slow dance with purpose

The story of why I do what I do

It all started with two children.  And not my two children.

It was the summer of 2003 and I was volunteering in a hospital playroom in Bucharest, Romania. And in came two smiling kids. Friends by circumstance.  Ward buddies. Diagnosis twins.  Two children who filled my heart with courage, my mind with wisdom and my soul with purpose.  

And for the next eight years of my life I tried to live that purpose - to help children with cancer.    So I volunteered in hospitals at home and abroad, I fund-raised, and I added post-graduate qualifications in Play Therapy and Psycho-Oncology to my Psychology degree.  

But something didn't quite fit. And life built a big brick wall on my path.
 
Having commited to my life and now husband in Spain I was devastated to learn that my British degree and Spanish masters were incompatible. And effectively I was unable to work there as a Psycho-Oncologist - and essentially unable to fulfil my purpose.

 Then one day as I was reading a syllabus book on finding life meaning, it hit me square in the face. There in black and white were the five dimensions of life: physical, social, mental, emotional and spiritual.   And do you know what wasn't there?  Professional.  

Somewhere along the way I had made my life meaning all about profession.   

So I took a big step back. And I focused inwards.

I embraced the five dimensions of life and it took me on a whole new and very different path - to the Spanish countryside, owning my own business running English courses and becoming a mum.  

But there was always a little piece  missing. Something deep down in my soul calling out to become.  And when I became a mum I couldn't ignore it any longer. Because I knew that whatever I was called to do, it wasn't just for me. It was for my children.  And it was for the world that they would grow up and grow old  in.   So I dug deep. Really deep.

And finally, I realised what it really was that those two children gifted me all those years before.

 Which was in fact the biggest life lesson of all:  

That all that matters is that we are alive.  
Because if we have life, we can find meaning.
And if we have meaning, then we have it all.  

And finally I saw that it was my purpose to inspire a world to see the meaning, beauty and fortune in their every day - and also to do whatever I can to help those who aren't lucky enough to be able to take life for granted.

My slow dance with purpose

The story of why I do what I do

It all started with two children.  And not my two children.

It was the summer of 2003 and I was volunteering in a hospital playroom in Bucharest, Romania. And in came two smiling kids. Friends by circumstance.  Ward buddies. Diagnosis twins.  Two children who filled my heart with courage, my mind with wisdom and my soul with purpose.  

And for the next eight years of my life I tried to live that purpose - to help children with cancer.    So I volunteered in hospitals at home and abroad, I fund-raised, and I added post-graduate qualifications in Play Therapy and Psycho-Oncology to my Psychology degree.  

But something didn't quite fit. And life built a big brick wall on my path.
 
Having commited to my life and now husband in Spain I was devastated to learn that my British degree and Spanish masters were incompatible. And effectively I was unable to work there as a Psycho-Oncologist - and essentially unable to fulfil my purpose.

 Then one day as I was reading a syllabus book on finding life meaning, it hit me square in the face. There in black and white were the five dimensions of life: physical, social, mental, emotional and spiritual.   And do you know what wasn't there?  Professional.  

Somewhere along the way I had made my life meaning all about profession.   

So I took a big step back. And I focused inwards.

I embraced the five dimensions of life and it took me on a whole new and very different path - to the Spanish countryside, owning my own business running English courses and becoming a mum.  

But there was always a little piece  missing. Something deep down in my soul calling out to become.  And when I became a mum I couldn't ignore it any longer. Because I knew that whatever I was called to do, it wasn't just for me. It was for my children.  And it was for the world that they would grow up and grow old  in.   So I dug deep. Really deep.

And finally I realised what it really was that those two children gifted me all those years before.

 Which was in fact the biggest life lesson of all:  

That all that matters is that we are alive.  
Because if we have life, we can find meaning.
And if we have meaning, then we have it all.  

And finally I saw that it was my purpose to inspire a world to see the meaning, beauty and fortune in their every day - and also to do whatever I can to help those who aren't lucky enough to be able to take life for granted.

My slow dance with purpose

The story of why I do what I do

It all started with two children.  And not my two children.

It was the summer of 2003 and I was volunteering in a hospital playroom in Bucharest, Romania. And in came two smiling kids. Friends by circumstance.  Ward buddies. Diagnosis twins.  Two children who filled my heart with courage, my mind with wisdom and my soul with purpose.  

And for the next eight years of my life I tried to live that purpose - to help children with cancer.    So I volunteered in hospitals at home and abroad, I fund-raised, and I added post-graduate qualifications in Play Therapy and Psycho-Oncology to my Psychology degree.  

But something didn't quite fit. And life built a big brick wall on my path.
 
Having commited to my life and now husband in Spain I was devastated to learn that my British degree and Spanish masters were incompatible. And effectively I was unable to work there as a Psycho-Oncologist - and essentially unable to fulfil my purpose.

 Then one day as I was reading a syllabus book on finding life meaning, it hit me square in the face. There in black and white were the five dimensions of life: physical, social, mental, emotional and spiritual.   And do you know what wasn't there?  Professional.  

Somewhere along the way I had made my life meaning all about profession.   

So I took a big step back. And I focused inwards.

I embraced the five dimensions of life and it took me on a whole new and very different path - to the Spanish countryside, owning my own business running English courses and becoming a mum.  

But there was always a little piece  missing. Something deep down in my soul calling out to become.  And when I became a mum I couldn't ignore it any longer. Because I knew that whatever I was called to do, it wasn't just for me. It was for my children.  And it was for the world that they would grow up and grow old  in.   So I dug deep. Really deep.

And finally I realised what it really was that those two children gifted me all those years before.

 Which was in fact the biggest life lesson of all:  

That all that matters is that we are alive.  
Because if we have life, we can find meaning.
And if we have meaning, then we have it all.  

And finally I saw that it was my purpose to inspire a world to see the meaning, beauty and fortune in their every day - and also to do whatever I can to help those who aren't lucky enough to be able to take life for granted.

My world vision

I imagine a world where those who have nothing, have it all. And those who have it all truly live their all.

I imagine a fairer world where no child has to grow up in poverty, hunger or danger.

I imagine a kinder, more emotionally-connected world where meaning and purpose take central stage over success and milestones.

And I don't just imagine.
My vision is my mission.  
And I live this mission every day.

"World change comes from changing our children's worlds."

- Angharad Davies

"World change comes from changing our children's worlds."

- Angharad Davies

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