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Global workwear company announces search for five new charity partners

Global workwear company announces search for five new charity partners

Submissions are now open to become one of leading workwear supplier Mi Hub’s charity partners for 2023-2026, welcoming international, national and local organisations to get involved.

The global company, which is formed of four divisions (Dimensions, Affinity, Yaffy and Alexandra), is seeking charities that align with its ambitions and share its values of community, sustainability and integrity.

Previously, Mi Hub has supported the likes of Save the Children, Mind and Nurses Guild, in addition to charities close to its Derby HQ, such as Doorways Debry. In fact, since 2015 Mi Hub has raised over £115k for charity!

Inviting organisations from all corners of the globe, Mi Hub is looking for five charity partners that will run for three years, including:

  • International
  • National (UK)
  • National (US)
  • Local UK (Derby, Bristol and Cambuslang)
  • Local US (Jeffersonville)

Deborah Gobey, Head of Marketing at Mi Hub, commented:

“We’re delighted to launch our search for five new charity partners for 2023-2026. Central to our search is making sure that we choose charities close to our employees’ hearts, but we’re also keen to hear from charities with shared values that are excited at the chance to partner with a global company.”

To nominate a charity, an email should be sent to marketing1@mi-hub.co.uk telling the team a little bit about the charity and why you’d like to partner with Mi Hub. Nominations can be simple, or entrants can get creative through written text, a story, or even a video to illustrate why their charity should be a Mi Hub 2023-2026 partner.

Submissions close on the 6th of October 2022. Charities will be shortlisted internally, with the final say of each partnership being handed over to Mi Hub colleagues, before releasing its new partners in December this year.

Deborah added:

“I can’t wait to see who we’re going to be supporting. Our commitment to CSR is in our DNA at Mi Hub, and having supported several charities over the years, our colleagues are incredible when it comes to raising money, donating their time, and championing causes they care about.”

To become a partner, charities must be registered with the Charity Commission, have a charity number, and be on the charity register — unless they fall under the Commission’s guidance for exemption found here https://www.gov.uk/find-charity-information

Find out more about Mi Hub and its global workwear solutions here https://www.mi-hub.co.uk/


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