Business against Poverty’s Member of the Year Awarded to Triangle Design

We are proud to announce Triangle Design as the winner of our Member of the Year award, which we presented to founding directors Jules English and Jim Parry during our Charity Ball on the 25th of November.

L-R: Jim Parry, Jules English, Val Huxley, Bill Huxley

Triangle Design is a Bristol based agency who pride themselves on their creativity and hard work, and their dedication shows in their success as they have completed projects for many well-known brands such as Lego, John Lewis and Kenwood. The award was presented to them in recognition of their outstanding support of our work. This has included working on the design and marketing of both our Educating 80 and Project 40 initiatives and the ongoing sponsorship of an impoverished family, including sponsoring the erection of a sanctuary home in which to home them.  Commenting on the recognition, English wrote:

“We would like to say thank you for the award. We are very humbled yet honoured to have received it. Jim and I have always wanted to use our influence through our business to help others in less fortunate position. All of us at Triangle are so fortunate to live and work here in the UK and although we all have our own challenges at times – it is nothing to what I witnessed when I went out to Romania to see the People Against Poverty projects.

We have committed to giving at least 1% of our turnover to helping people in need. We give PaP 25% of this because through their work we see a real insight into the effectiveness of our contribution. This is good for our whole team – they actually see the real faces of the people they are helping and can track their progress. Keep up the amazing work Val, Bill and team – you are amazing!”

As a charity, we rely on the support of our members and it is fantastic to have the opportunity to recognise such wonderful commitment from such a successful company as Triangle. With our member’s support, we at People Against Poverty can look forward to changing many more lives for the better in the years to come.

 

 

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