We all know how important it is for charitable organisations to receive regular donations to help them carry out the great work that they do. We believe it’s also vital that the hard work is highlighted, and the causes they champion are shared and discussed so there’s a better understanding of how each of us can make a difference. Something we hope Print for Good can strike a balance on.
Print for Good supports 3 organisations, with a fourth chosen by the print designer of each release. 100% profits are divided equally.
Hot Bed Press (HBP) is the largest open access print workshop in the North West, dedicated to supporting anyone with an interest in printmaking, and in promoting printmaking to a wider audience. As a NFP organisation, with 140 members, HBP provides specialist printmaking equipment and expertise in printmaking and related media, (such as bookmaking).
Now running over 40 courses a year whilst still catering for members, keyholders and studio holders, it hopes to grow and continue to support printmakers.
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ShelterBox’s mission is to provide shelter, warmth and dignity to families who have been affected by disasters worldwide.
ShelterBox is an international disaster relief charity that provides emergency shelter and life-saving supplies to families around the world who are affected by disasters.
Each ShelterBox is tailored to every disaster but typically contains a disaster relief tent for an extended family, blankets, water purification and storage equipment, cooking utensils, a stove, a basic tool kit, a children’s activity pack and other vital items.
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The Trekstock vision: To help beat cancer through funding research of the highest standard and ensuring all young people have the right and relevant information to make better informed lifestyle choices.
Trekstock is working with the very best Cancer Research UK scientists as it attempts to help prevent, diagnose, treat, and ultimately beat cancer and thanks to major advances in treatment, around three quarters of children, teenagers and young adults with cancer are now successfully treated.
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Stewart Scott-Curran supports White Ribbon Scotland with PFG01 release ‘.06. Money’.