This Christmas Anwyl Partnerships have donated gifts to communities local to their construction projects, drawing on their existing partnership with Welsh Social Enterprise, The Goodwash Company.
The hampers are packed with luxury, vegan products from the social enterprise, who produce a range that is sourced from only the very finest natural Welsh ingredients from land and sea. Their cruelty free products boast an abundance of natural health benefits that will leave ‘hair, body and soul feeling totally replenished’.
Anwyl teamed up with Good Wash earlier this year, taking the decision to use the brand as its sole hand wash and lotion supplier in its head office as a way to support a Welsh Social Enterprise, whilst giving back to their chosen charities, generated from the profits accumulated by the orders the firm purchase.
The hampers where gifted to the Longbarn Residents Association, a neighbours group in Warrington adjacent to a live Anwyl project, and as part of a local Church Hall raffle in Connah’s Quay, by way of thank you for their cooperation during the development of the former Albion hotel and social club, situated nearby.
By gifting our communities with products from the Goodwash Co, not only are we providing the residents with a luxury gift, helping them to raise more money in festive fund-raisers, we’re also generating profit which can be donated to charities elsewhere via the Goodwash Co.
The profits generated from this partnership are helping to fund life-enhancing community initiatives across Wales and further enhancing our support to our Group’s chosen charity, Ty Gobatih/Hope House. We’re amazed at how such a simple choice can make such a positive impact on society as well as the environment.
Natalie Palframan, Anwyl Marketing and Community Engagement Executive