Charity Work

Swink is a socially responsible design company, committed to making a positive impact for clients and in the wider community.

In the competitive world of business, it’s important to make time to give something back to those less fortunate. This doesn’t have to involve great donations – offering your time and skills can be just as beneficial to charitable organisations.

Swink is a proud partner of Leeds Children’s Charity, pitching in to support this worthy organisation as it helps underprivileged children throughout Yorkshire and Lancashire.

Supporting a local cause

Swink founder, Chris, has been a Trustee of Leeds Children’s Charity for many years. One of his key contributions to the charity involves supporting their design and branding needs.

Over the years, he has helped to grow brand awareness, develop the organisation’s design and print marketing strategy, and promote the fantastic work of the charity and its sponsors. Pro bono work makes the LCC’s limited resources stretch further, to ensure that funds can focus on supporting children in need, directly.

Chris has also taken a hands-on role in charity work; in 2011 he joined a team of volunteers in refurbishing the charity’s Silverdale holiday centre. Together, they created a bright, airy and positive space where children can go to relax and have fun.

Get involved

Supporting charities is not only extremely rewarding for you and your team, it can also do wonders for public perception of your brand. If you’re thinking about giving something back to the community, talk to Swink.

From corporate sponsorship to team-building exercises that raise much-needed money for charity, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved. Whether you’re an SME or a large business, join Swink and make Leeds Children’s Charity your charitable cause this year.

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Choose Swink to support your business with effective, targeted brand identity and brand development work.

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