“One particularly successful campaign was our recent partnership with MoneyMagpie.com, headed up by finance expert and TV personality Jasmine Birtles, to launch the first National Clear Your Clutter Day. It was a huge success and we managed to get our message out on radio stations right across the country. The campaign also saw our spokespeople feature in national news titles with massive audience figures.” Stephen Boobyer, Co-founder, Ziffit
APDO, the Association of Professional Declutters and Organisers, is a not-for-profit association which provides support, networking and promotion for members of the Professional Organising and Decluttering industry in the UK, and information and services for their clients. A need for decluttering and simplification is growing rapidly and they are there to help.
Their primary focus is to make it easy for people throughout the UK to find a professional organiser to work with. They offer emotional and practical support to clients to declutter and reorganise their home or business.
Bankers Box by Fellowes
Offering more than 90 years’ experience and innovation, Bankers Box® is the market leader in the UK for branded archival storage.
Ideal for your home and office wellbeing, Bankers Box® keeps everything from documents to stationery organised and secure.
Ideal for busy environments, stylish and modern desk drawers ensure a tidy workspace and strong storage boxes are made for easy transport and access.
Whatever your filing style may be; Bankers Box® can help you work with greater organisation and productivity at home or at work.
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Relish is a broadband provider covering central London. We know our customers are always busy and on the move, so our services help them get online quickly and easily, without any hassle.
Our exclusive 4G and wireless networks mean that you can get online without needing to wait for a broadband installation guy, long contracts or unwanted landlines. From our home to business broadband services, if you’re in need of fast internet without the kerfuffle – we’ve got you covered.
Relish. Broadband rebooted.
Gone for Good
Gone for Good operates across the UK and it partners with lots of national charities (such as British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Mind, Shelter, Sue Ryder and Debra) as well as with several local charities and hospices of donations since its national launch in Spring 2016 it’s already helped raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for good causes.
For more than 125 years, Experian have helped their customers flourish – and they’re not done.
We believe it’s all about helping consumers by placing the power of data and expertise in your hands, so you can take control and plan for a better future with confidence.
We also believe knowing your credit score is almost as important as knowing your salary or national insurance number – it’s the first step to managing your finances and getting the credit you’d like.
Which is why you can now get your Experian Credit Score for Free, forever.
Oxfam relies on the generosity of the British public because we take the clothes, homewares, books, music and accessories you no longer want or need and turn them into cash to fund our work fighting extreme poverty around the world.
Decluttering feels good. Ending poverty feels even better.
Delivering clean water in emergencies, helping communities build fairer, better lives for themselves, empowering women. Those are the amazing ways your donations change lives every day.
There are 650 Oxfam shops in the UK, all delighted to receive your donations. Don’t forget to ask the store to Tag your Bag – it’ll make your donations worth an extra 25%, reaching more people in poverty.
ACTION FOR CHILDREN
From before they are born until they are into their twenties, we help disadvantaged children across the UK.
We help them through fostering or adoption – and by intervening early to stop neglect and abuse. We make life better for disabled children. We influence policy and advocate for change. Our 7,000 staff and volunteers operate over 600 services, improving the lives of 390,000 children, teenagers, parents and carers every year. We succeed by doing what’s right, doing what’s needed, and doing what works for children.