Mitsubishi Pencil Company UK is delighted to announced that it has become a Patron of the BOSS Business Supplies Charity for 2023.
The BOSS Charity is in the business of changing lives. It does this by offering financial help to those in our industry who need it. With the cost of living increasing, many lives are changing for the worse. Consequently the need for such help in our industry is also growing.
A proud association
At the end of 2022, as a response to the cost of living crisis, the BOSS Business Supplies Charity launched an individual and corporate Patron scheme. The scheme give both businesses and individuals the opportunity to support the charity’s work on a regular basis.
Mitsubishi Pencil Company is founded on family pride and tradition. We care about each other, our customers, our community and our planet. The UK team understand the importance of extending our duty of care as a company. That’s why the Mitsubishi Pencil Company UK have enrolled as a 2023 Founding Patron for the BOSS Charity.
Enabling people to thrive
Head of sales and marketing for Mitsubishi Pencil Company UK Rob Harradine is really pleased to be able to support the charity,
”It’s the people that make this industry great to work in. Not only do we need to support each other in difficult times, but it’s also vital to create opportunities for people to thrive. That’s why we’re proud to become a BOSS charity patron.”
The BOSS Charity puts tangible things in place to improve the lives of people in the business supplies industry. This can be in the form of one-off grants to buy essential items – such as mobility vehicles, mattresses or children’s school uniforms – or regular help to pay monthly bills when income has fallen short.
The charity also changes lives through its partnership with the BOSS Federation on Future Fund grants. These grants assist those in our industry to access training and resources to improve their careers. In 2022 the charity helped to change the lives of around 40 families by giving over £60,000 in quarterly assistance payments and over £16,000 in one off grants.
To find out more about BOSS Charity visit the charity’s website at www.bosscharity.org.