The range of books from Crimson Cloak Publishing enables authors and illustrators to designate all or part of their royalties to be paid direct to a charity of their choice, with a further contribution from the publisher.

See also the 
Crimson Cloak Anthologies - a collection of short stories and other items donated by contributors, for the benefit of a charity.
The first book in this range is "My Great-Grandad was a Soldier", written by Rosita Bird and illustrated by Lynn Costelloe, who have both designated 100% of their royalties from the book to benefit Care After Combat, a UK charity helping services veterans.  Foreword by war hero Simon Weston, CBE. In addition, $0.25 from every e-book version sold, and $1 from every PRINT copy sold, will go to Care After Combat. 

Jacob lives with his parents Sandra and Adrian but also spends a lot of time with his grandparents Jean and Dave. One day Jacob discovers a World War 2 soldier's uniform in his grandad's loft. This leads to many questions as the uniform belonged to his great grandad who was an engineer in the army. This then leads to Jacob wanting to follow in his footsteps in seeking a similar career in the army.