£34,000 raised for our team’s chosen charities over the last 3 years
All for a good cause
We’re a like-minded group of people who love a challenge and enjoy making a difference. Over the past three years we’ve raised £34,000 in cold hard cash through a wide variety of activities including; cycling hundreds of miles, walking the great wall of China, climbing mountains, baking cakes, cleaning cars, kayaking down the River Trent and even jumping out of a perfectly good plane to name just a few. And all to support 30 charities large and small that are close to our hearts.
Donating our skills
We’re really proud to be sponsoring and supporting initiatives with our own creative and marketing talents. We couldn’t think of a better way of doing our bit than by sharing our resources, our experience and time to help nurture projects for young people.
400+ hours of free creative and marketing support for the Young Creative Awards
We’re really proud to donate our time and resources to help nurture the city’s top young creative talent. We think sponsoring the Young Creative Awards is a great way to engage and inspire young creatives in Nottingham and we firmly believe in supporting our local community. We redesigned and produced the awards brochure for this year to really showcase the great creative work that these young people are producing and we’re working closely with all those involved to see how we can raise awareness and increase entries for next year too. If you know of a young creative that would benefit from this kind of great exposure visit the Young Creative Awards website.
150 hours donated to transform the brand identity of KES to help raise much needed funds for this great charity
National Bring Your Dog To Work Day
We’re an office of dog lovers, a third of us in the office own a four legged friend. You may already know that Malcolm is our office dog and after greeting the team every day, he loyally sits under Marketing Account Director Su’s desk.
Having a office dog is good for our health too, Dr. Roger Henderson, author of Stress Beaters says “Human feel-good hormones (endorphins) are released with a dog nearby in stressful situations. But it’s a mystery as to why.” Research suggests the benefits of having an office dog include reduced nerves, indigestion, headaches, coughs and tiredness. “I would like to see many more dogs involved in working environments”, says Henderson.
And we wholeheartedly agree! That’s why we’re supporters of National Bring Your Dog To Work Day, the annual UK event that raises money for charities dedicated to making a difference to the welfare of dogs. At this years event, Malcolm our office dog was joined by Louie, Molly and Dax.