100% of our profits are used to fund extra-curricular activities for schools located in communities with high levels of child poverty. Free of charge to parents and school.
Whether you are a customer, supplier, partner or simply a friend of ours, you will be helping to address social inequality. If you, or your company, can help us to maximise the positive impact we make, then we would love to hear from you.
of consumers have a more positive image of companies that support social issues and environmental efforts.*
of millennials who’s current organisation’s values align with that of their own stay with the organisation for more than five years.**
of millennials say they would take a pay cut to work for a more responsible company.***
of customers are more likely to buy from brands that put purpose before profit.****
* Cone Communications CSR Study / ** Deloitte Millennials Impact Report / *** Cone Millennial Cause Group / **** UnLtd study
100% of Mabel’s Business Profits are channeled into Mabel’s Fund
Makes as much profit as possible to fund as many programmes as possible for Mabel’s Fund. We are a company limited by guarantee, not by shares. Our Directors are not entitled to shares or dividends, we don’t have shareholders. The value of our business is based purely on the value of the positive impact we make. We offer competitive salaries, but only when this increases the positive impact we make. An interest-free loan from our Founding Director Matt is getting us up and running – see more on Mabel’s Story page.
Our accounts are subject to an annual independent audit to provide our stakeholders with assurance that we operate with absolute integrity.
Our first product line is a children’s book series called “The Tingalings™” with other Tingalings™ products and services in the pipeline. Meet the Tingalings™!
Funds extra-curricular activities for schools located in communities of high child poverty, as identified in the UK Child Poverty Index 2019 (check out the Index in Mabel’s Hub). All profits made in Mabel’s Business are channeled into Mabel’s Fund.
Schools face an array of different challenges, but most face issues of capacity and funding. After identifying the school and agreeing to work together, we work collaboratively to confirm the activities. If the school does not have an established extra-curricular programme, we provide the funding to create one. Ideally, this involves establishing an empowered joint child/parent committee – it is important the programme is not prescribed or mandated, but developed and owned by the children and parents who benefit.
We operate a system of continuous feedback to ensure the activities we fund are tailored and improved to achieve maximum impact and inspiration.
The more profit we make, the more partnerships we build.
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Whether you are a customer, supplier, partner or simply a friend of ours, you will be helping to address social inequality.
If you, or your company, can help us to maximise the positive impact we have on the lives of vulnerable children then we would love to hear from you