who we are

Goodwork was set up with the simple aim to use our communications skills to celebrate good work in the world. As a social enterprise, our profits are reinvested in the charities and organisations we support. 40% of the work we do with the smallest charities is done entirely for free. When you need to get your message across we know what we are talking about. We work with big and small charities, non-governmental organisations and companies to improve their communications.

our services

We develop the most appropriate range of marketing or communication outputs for the customers. We also have an extensive network of film crews, producers and directors throughout the world that can deliver great results for your organisation’s needs.

Public Relations

We have years of experience in public relations. We can write and distribute press releases and use social media effectively to get your messages out. We have our own bespoke lists of journalists and media contacts who are specifically interested in your cause.

Multimedia Content

We offer a complete package, from pre-production, editing, through to online or social media promotion. We have some of the best operators on our books. We can capture your message on camera and help you tell your story. We can craft original social media content like video infographics that help explain the thing you do.

Web Design

We offer website design to any organisation seeking to improve its online look and presence. We can improve your SEO and connect you to the people you are trying to reach. Our designers and programmers can produce anything from the most simple website to a highly complex one

team

SEAN CURTIS-WARD

SEAN CURTIS-WARD

Managing Director
SUSAN OSBORNE

SUSAN OSBORNE

Director of Communications
LIZ HAVERN

LIZ HAVERN

Head of Training
LUISA MORLANO

LUISA MORLANO

Public Relations Executive
SARAH MANN

SARAH MANN

Public Relations Executive
DEEPA LAXMAN

DEEPA LAXMAN

Video Editor
JAMES HULME

JAMES HULME

Public Relations Executive
PETER VAN DEN BERG

PETER VAN DEN BERG

Photographer
KIM TOWNSEND

KIM TOWNSEND

Community Projects Manager
SARAH ENGLAND

SARAH ENGLAND

Brand & Marketing Consultant
RICHARD BARBER

RICHARD BARBER

Social Media Editor
JOSEPH SACKUR

JOSEPH SACKUR

Public Relations Executive
CHARLIE

CHARLIE

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Satisfied Clients
Projects Delivered
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Years of Total Team Experience

testimonials

clients

from the blog

The Game

How a Facebook group is using the Wetherspoons app to feed homeless people.

One night in Salisbury, £260 of food and (non-alcoholic) drinks were bought by strangers from all over the UK and internationally.

Wetherspoons has an app that allows customers to skip queuing at the bar to order food and drink. It also means you can play pranks, sending orders of peas or Fruit Shoots to any table of your choice at one of around 900 ’Spoons across the UK.

Chris Illman from Fareham formulated Wetherspoons The Game! and founded a page for it on Facebook. The idea is simple: people post a picture of themselves and their table number and wait for fellow group members to send them stuff – anything at all. Last week’s players included Tiffany turning 21 at The Swan in Weymouth, a hen party at The Panniers in Barnstaple and someone celebrating the loss of their virginity, allegedly, at The Manor House in Royston.

But among the rowdy revellers was a post from The Standing Ordr in Southampton which asked people to donate food that would be distributed to people rough sleeping nearby.

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Elysia Catering

From rescued food to Artisan bites.

Sophie Andre, founder and director of Elysia Catering, went from delivering breakfast bags to people’s workplaces in London to feeding the likes of Airbnb, WeWork, and government agencies, while creating a smaller circular economy hub in the supply chain for food otherwise wasted.

Named after the Ancient Greeks’ location of the blissful afterlife, Elysia Catering is a social enterprise. To date, its breakfasts and aperitifs have “saved from waste more than seven metric tons of artisan British food and served over 19,000 people around London,” according to the company’s website.

Setting up a food project in London, where the survival rate of businesses over five years is 39.3 percent—the lowest in the United Kingdom according to the Office for National Statistics—is no easy feat. But the city also provides fertile ground for waste-cutting initiatives, as its food and environment strategies aim to reduce food waste by 50 percent by 2030. The U.K.’s food industry throws away 1.9 million metric tons of food annually, of which almost 58 percent is avoidable, according to U.K. charity WRAP.

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contact

We’re always looking for talented people to join our team.
Please send your resume to info@thisisgoodwork.org.