With that in mind, we continue to place emphasis on building a better place to work and live, as well as building better and more informed brands.
As we’ve said before, we feel that it’s one of our major commitments to support the people closest to us. It’s about balancing purpose with profit and fundamentally delivering both economic and social wellbeing within our communities. As well as our initiatives with High Tide, The Northern School of Art and Teesside University, part of that is supporting purpose-driven organisations who need a helping hand with their brand and identity. And while asking us to pick our favourite brand is like asking us to pick our favourite child, it’s fair to say we always have a soft spot for brands that do the remarkable as well as look remarkable.
This post shines a light on just some of the community centric and social-conscious organisations we’ve supported over the past 18 months.
Making the difference
One recent example is South Tees Hospitals Charity; the fundraising arm of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. As the NHS recovers from the height of the pandemic, the charity is supporting frontline staff, improving patient care and keeping hospitals at the vanguard of healthcare across Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland and Hambleton & Richmondshire.