Mornings really suck, don’t they? Once you’ve hauled your body out of bed and lugged it across the city (your personal space being invaded as you go) you then start your long day in the office.
What gets you up in the morning, however, is the drive to change to the status quo. We hear you, we’re exactly the same.
Charitable groups across London work incredibly hard to make a difference and we sure aren’t going to have a lie-in while they do.
Big business sometimes gets a bad rep but there are thousands of enthusiastic staff eager to invest back into the community they live and work in. By turning the focus of those sharp minds to projects in the community there are untold amounts of good to be harvested.
We're motivated to help you do more in your local communities.
Our values drive the way we do business and how we behave along the way. We’re keen to share these principles with you in the hope you may understand us better and choose to join us in our journey to build a stronger and more resilient society.
We love big ideas
We like to share big ideas
We like it when you share big ideas - spread the word!
Supporting our communities to achieve their goals gives us joy.
Helping companies to do more in the community gets us excited.
It thrills us when someone finds a volunteer cause that works for them.
Problems are there to be solved.
Necessity is the mother of invention and all that…
We like challenges and we love coming up with solutions.
Being responsible is at the core of who we are.
We are careful about what we leave behind.
We don’t just work for ourselves, but for the benefit of humanity and the environment.
Ask us a question and we’ll be honest with you.
Furthermore, we’ll do our best to make our communications clear and informative.
Openness, honesty and transparency make for a strong relationship; opacity doesn’t work.
We represent your interests, our interests and their interests.
That’s what makes our partnerships and projects fruitful.
If it doesn’t work for us, it’s unlikely to work for you and it definitely won’t work for them