The Write Impression was built with certain business values in mind, and we consistently work hard to ensure we’re living and working by these values, both as a business and as individuals, even when we’re working our fingers to the bone delivering high-quality copy for our clients.
We’ve thrown Macmillan Coffee Mornings, worn wigs to work for CLIC Sargent, and encouraged our staff walk to work in a bid to improve our carbon footprint (and their waistlines). We’ve even hosted two of our own charitable events under our Tea Time Networking banner, raising awareness and £1000 for the Alzheimer’s Society and MIND, the UK’s mental health charity.
Besides supporting charity events, we have worked with many great causes, including Essex-based disability charity Dancing Giraffe promoting the International Day for People with Disabilities, delivered training for young people working with the Prince’s Trust and the Eastern Enterprise Hub, as well as choosing Emmaus, a charity helping homeless people rebuild their lives, as our sponsored charity for a year.
We’ve also tried to make an impact within our local community, including supporting and promoting events for the Manningtree Chamber of Commerce, while TWI Partner Kate Everett played an important role in the fundraising and building of the Lawford Community Pavilion.
To read more about TWI’s charity focus head over to our CSR page .