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Our Chosen Charities

We’re really happy to share our three chosen corporate charities for 2021. Each is a worthy cause and we’ve been reading about the amazing work they do. For every new or renewed client contract, we’ll give a percentage of that income to one of the three charities – even though as a team we chose the charities, it will be our clients who get to choose who they donate to. This felt like a great way of giving something back but also democratising the choice.

World Wildlife Foundation

The WWF have a mission to conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth.

Magic Breakfast

Magic Breakfast provide healthy school breakfasts to children at risk of hunger in disadvantaged areas of the UK.

Parkinson's UK

Parkinson’s is the fastest growing neurological condition in the world and this charity provides practical support and research.

Our Chosen Charities

When we asked our team to suggest a charity we could support as a business, it resulted in a truly inspiring list – so much so, we thought it would be good to think about how, as a team, we could get behind a few of the ones not selected as a Corporate Charity. The upshot is that we have chosen four more charities which we’ll be supporting on a quarterly basis. The four charities listed below have some local resonance with various team members and will give us the chance to collaborate on some fun challenges as a group throughout the year.

This charity collects food from supermarkets and runs a ‘pay as you feel’ market and café, avoiding food waste and hungry tummies.

Perfectly Edible

A small, Bristol based charity run by a husband and wife who firstly built and now continue to fund schools in rural Kenya.

Maji Safi

Guide dogs to provide mobility for the blind and partially sighted.

Guide Dogs for the Blind

This charity helps those on the margins of society retrain and find work as a window cleaner.

Lastovičky Košice

675 km
walked so far
Progress to goal

Guide Dogs for the Blind


For our first quarter we have set ourselves the challenge of collectively walking the distance from Land’s End to John O’Groats (roughly 1,000km) – with a dog in tow! So whether it’s with our own pooches, or joining a mate and their a four-legged friend, or perhaps even borrowing a dog, we hope this will inspire us all to get out from behind our screens during this winter’s lockdown and clock up some miles all in the name of a good cause.

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