THTC Clothing is one of the UK’s leading ethical streetwear labels. The brand has operated for over 16 years, with a network of stockists that covers the globe. Their materials are sourced ethically, and they print onto materials that are sustainably produced – hemp, organic cotton, modal and other materials such as recycled PET. Their inks are also certified by the Soil Association.
EIA is proud to announce our partnership with THTC to present ‘The Charge’. A t-shirt collection screen printed from an orginal work by renowned wildlife artist, Gary Hodges – with a graphite print technique onto organic cotton, and a limited edition run of white hemp. THTC will be donating 25% of all sales from this collection straight to EIA. This money will directly assist in combating wildlife and environmental crime.
Ecotricity was founded in 1995. They were the first company in Britain to offer a new kind of electricity – the green kind. Actually, they were the very first company in the world to do that. Ecotricity chose this focus because conventional electricity is responsible for 30% of Britain’s carbon emissions – it’s our biggest single source as a nation – and therefore the biggest single thing they can change.
Their vision is of a Britain completely powered by renewable energy.
EIA could receive up to £60 if you switch your energy provider to Ecotricity today. Call free on 0800 302 302 (quoting EIA1) or visit ecotricity.co.uk/eia.
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Show you care about acknowledging occasions, about supporting charities, and about our environment.
CARTO is an open source location intelligence, geospatial analysis and interactive mapping platform based out of Brooklyn, NY. Their mission is to democratize access to data visualization software in order to harness the power of data and maps to better understand the world we live in. They are committed to supporting organizations with a focus on environmental, social and/or community development.
angel.london is the business improvement district managing the Angel, representing 420 businesses from all sectors across 42 streets. They make the Angel a cleaner, safer and brighter place for all businesses, their staff and customers. They are determined to keep their high street busy and sustainable, striking a balance between big businesses and those quirky independent companies which give the Angel its unique flavour.
We are very grateful to angel.london for supporting us with event publicity and promotion amongst businesses near to our office.
Themeenergy is a team of developers with over 10 years of experience in market research, digital marketing and programming, push boundaries and create new web trends. Themeenergy will donate 20% of their ongoing author fee to EIA through their HotShot – Self Promotion HTML Template.
Safestore Self Storage have over 100 stores nationwide and provide storage for personal and business use. They also provide gifted storage for a number of charities up and down the country, including EIA. To find out more about their charity work you can have a look at Safestore’s blog, or to find out more about EIA’s local storage centre click here.
Would you like to discuss partnership opportunities with EIA?
If you would like to chat to us about a potential partnership, please get in touch. There are a number of ways to get involved:
Bespoke partnerships that are designed to maximise potential for both parties.
A range of activities, talks and expertise that can have a positive impact on team building, office morale and productivity.
Your company can become a driving force behind our vision for an expansive, 21st century NGO, through collaborative projects.
Events & Sponsorship opportunities for staff.
Expertise and advice to help lower your environmental impact and become more involved in the safeguarding of our planet.
Cause related marketing.
Please contact 020 7354 7960 or firstname.lastname@example.org to chat to a member of the fundraising team.