2022 has been quite a year. A real challenge for a lot of people.
Despite these challenges, Premier have been successful in many ways.
We are firm believers in karma. So much so it forms one of our 3 values. Every interaction we make, good or bad, creates ripples.
We have spent 2022 making as many good ripples as we can. And the only reason that has been possible is because of the amazing support of our customers and suppliers.
In the early part of the year we made multiple donations of food to homeless charities, our part in trying to eradicate homelessness in the UK.
We donated some IT equipment and a printer to the organisers of Clacton Pride.
We were proud to open and operate a donation hub in support of Ukrainian families when the war took hold. Eventually we were able to supply 16 pallets of necessities to a consignment bound for Poland.
We sponsored, cast vote and supplied the prizes for a bake-off competition in aid of Autism Anglia. A very tasty chore!
Premier also entered a sponsored mud run in aid of the same charity. The video needs to be seen to be believed - Click Here
During the summer heatwave not only did we donate many hundreds of bottles of water for rough sleepers, we threw open the doors at Premier HQ’s airconditioned office for local vulnerable people to get some respite from the heat.
Over the year team Premier have donated many days of time to aid charitable causes including volunteering and pro bono work.
Come September Premier donated a vast amount of stationery, PPE and sanitising equipment to local schools, organisations and charities.
In October we arranged for 15 local disadvantaged children to attend a circus especially presented for people with special needs.
As the year went on and the weather began to turn Premier donated enough warm clothing to local homeless charities to see them through until spring. One of our proudest achievements.
Premier also supported The Feering Community Lounge with donations of cups and mugs. We also produced 2500 leaflets to advertise it and hand delivered them to every house in the surrounding villages.
When the inevitable calls for Christmas charity-raffle prizes came, Premier were able to donate multiple pairs of VIP tickets to events at The O2. Collectively the prizes raised multiple thousands of pounds for the organisations.
Finally, as thoughts shifted to giving at Xmas time, Premier pledged to match the number of gifts given to their customers and suppliers with care packages to further support rough sleepers and provide bags of goodies to local Ukrainian refugee children.
Premier’s mission statement of “Look good, do good” compels us to drive success which, in turn, means we can do more good. We are excited by what 2023 brings and look forward to creating more of those good ripples.
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