Jutexpo have provided many charities with reusable bags over the years; Marie Curie, RNLI, Royal British Legion, Woodland Trust, Help for Heroes - the list is extensive.
A few examples of our charity sectors are below.
Cause-related awareness is an integral part of our business, as people love to support causes through purchasing our reusable Jute, Juco and Cotton bags.
Many designers have taken part in the creative process and shown their support.
We have had multiple campaigns such as our Lulu Guinness bags designed in partnership with Comic Relief and Emma Bridgewater's designs for Marie Curie that have raised millions of pounds for charities across the UK.
These sort of collaborations bring together organisations that may not have crossed paths in other circumstances, we are so proud to be able to be part of these exciting projects.
This is the most exciting time to be part of the charitable bags, with the wide range of printing options now available, it means designers can create something truly wonderful and reflective of their own work at the same time as raising awareness and funds towards charities, a perfect dual branding opportunity.
Some truly iconic bags have been produced for the RBL, ranging from a classic poppy using natural fibres, through to our VE Day celebration design which is produced using our highly innovative material made from recycled plastic bottles, with many others inbetween.
Help for Heroes is an incredible charity launched in 2007 offering help to British Servicemen and Women who have suffered injury or been wounded in the line of duty.
They have had a wide variety of bags produced to raise funds for their charity ranging from a classic Union Jack feature to their loveable injured bear soldier. The "bear bag" was produced using a digital print, creating an extremely detailed image.
Red Nose Day or Comic Relief has been partnered with Sainsbury's since 1999.
Each year they create a new irrisitable range of bags which go a long way to supportingt the well-loved cause.
The most recent range of "red-nosed" bags saw four exciting designs, two were a classic take and two showcased an art deco design.
They proved as popular as ever and we are eagerly awaiting the next creations!
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