Giving Back

We are passionate about giving back, and creating a balanced flow of giving and receiving in our business and in our lives. As a business, we aim to focus on three main charities each year and support them in whichever way they need, from regular donations to marketing / branding advice to meditation and wellbeing sessions. The charities we choose are for causes we deeply believe in and can personally relate to on some level.

Guide Dogs

Guide Dogs receives no government funding and relies entirely on public generosity to fund its services – quite simply, we cannot function without you!

They offer the following services:

Guide dog services
Children and Young People’s Services
My Guide – a new sighted guiding service
Buddy Dogs
Training for your organisation

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For 50 years SCT have been supporting people recovering from addiction by helping them to get clean and sober, and develop self-respect and hope for a much better future.

They offer the following services:

Support adults in their recovery and rehabilitation
Run social enterprises which provide valuable work experience and a training ground for those in the later stages of their recovery and rehabilitation.
Raise money through their charity shops

Committed to working with people of any faith or none, they passionately believe that, with the right long-term support, they will experience real and long-lasting change in their lives.

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In the dark days of global recession and political turmoil, why should we worry that there are less than 3,200 tigers left in the wild?

After all, we can see them in zoos or appreciate their magnificence and historical significance through art, literature and film. Why should we bother to protect this creature in the far-flung corners of Asia?

Because the tiger has walked the earth for two million years. Because we care about the legacy we will leave future generations. Because, we can make the difference that will mean survival in the wild as opposed to extinction. Because together, our voices must be heard in the call for fundamental changes to international law to protect the tiger.

The wild tiger’s survival is in the balance; join us now in the fight-back. If we fail to act to save the iconic tiger, what hope other endangered species have? We have ten years to double wild tiger numbers; or ten years until their extinction. The choice is ours. The clock is ticking – and ticking fast.

Join us today in making the right decision for survival.

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