Kate Flemming, Sales Director: “At Tiger Ink we provide relevant branded promotional merchandise and clothing, graphic design & printing services for companies looking to increase brand awareness, engagement and loyalty. We save our customer time sourcing the right product and printing solutions for their budget and audience by using our expertise to understand their needs […]
Category for accredited charities
The Soil Association is the charity that digs deeper to transform the way we eat, farm and care for our natural world. It is their mission to help everyone understand and explore the vital relationship between the health of soil, plants, animals and people. In doing this, they hope to help deliver a better future […]
TaxWatch is a UK charity dedicated to compliance and sound administration of the law in the field of taxation. They are an investigative think tank which conducts forensic research and analysis on tax avoidance, tax policy, and tax law, publishing their research to improve public understanding of tax issues. Through their work they seek to […]
Youth Almighty Project (YAP) was set up in 2008 by Joanne and Andy Laverick along with Phil Tye to meet the demanding needs of the children and young people through providing them with somewhere safe to go and something to do, keeping them from hanging around the streets. In 2010 YAP became a charity. Since […]
The Howard League is a charity who’s work is aimed at reducing crime and making communities safer, with fewer people in prison. They campaign for prisoners rights, lead major inquiries into making prisons safer and have transformed law, policy and practice for children and young adults caught up in the prison system.
Mark Shadrack, Chief Operating Officer: “Hope and Homes for Children is delighted to be accredited by the Good Business Charter. The charter is a simple, comprehensive way for us to demonstrate our organisational value of integrity and hopefully encourage others to sign up for responsible business practices.”