About us

Doing good. Made simple.

We exist to enable people around the world to have a positive impact every day. We're creating a single platform for giving so every financial interaction can have a positive social, environmental and economic impact.

Our story

How it all started

We’re not just the co-founders of Sustainably, we’re also mother and daughter, and we started Sustainably because we wanted to make a difference.

It all began with an idea back in 2015, and a lot of post-it notes on our kitchen wall. Our challenge? Could we design a tech product that would be completely sustainable and allow everyone to have a positive impact every day?

Inspired by fintech, augmented reality, gamification, the internet of things and big technology businesses who had become part of everyone's daily lives, we merged Loral’s experience in FTSE100 digital strategy with Eishel’s background in ethical retail, and together we came up with the idea of Sustainably.

It’s been a long road, designing a proof of concept first, then building our incredible team to help us get a product to market, but we’re so grateful to everyone who has helped and supported us along the way.

Now, with a few awards under our belt and with our first product released in July 2019, our vision is finally a reality and we can’t wait to continue on this amazing journey with you all.

Loral & Eishel

Our community

Doing good together

The team

Making it all happen

CEO & co-founder
CPO & co-founder
Chip & Mac
Happiness officers
Software Engineer
Software Engineer
UX Lead
Data Lead
Data Scientist
Product Owner
Software Engineer
Marketing Intern
Growth Lead
Creative Director


Richard Branson’s Start Up of the Year 2019 🙌
Nesta challlenges winner 2019
Virgin Startup winner 2018
wework creator winner 2018
Startup Grind winner 2018
Tech Nation winner 2018
Finnovate winner 2018

Investors & supporters

Thank you so much for all your support
  • wework
  • Nesta
  • Founders factory
  • Gareth Williams, co-founder of Skyscanner
  • Con Gornell, former EVP of Warner Bros. pictures
  • Raj Sharma, founder of Startup Funding Club