TJ Morris Ltd recently sponsored Business on the Move, which is an innovative and fun educational board game designed to excite young people about business and the UK’s supply chain. Home Bargains features in the game amongst other sponsors such as retailers and logistics companies, making playing more realistic.
The game is a explained in more detail as a learning resource at http://www.businessonthemove.org/
TJ Morris is actively involved in supporting Young Enterprise in schools and universities across the North West.
Once again Home Bargains supported the running, preparation and coordination of this year’s North West Start Up Programme Final. 12 teams came head to head this year, at Edge Hill University, on Weds 26th Feb 2014.
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool, is one of Europe’s biggest and busiest children’s hospitals providing care for over 200,000 children and young people.
Alder Hey Children’s charity Christmas cards have been sold in Home Bargains stores for the past six years. We run a competition every year for Primary School children to submit their designs for the cards. Last year we raised in excess of £15,000!
The 12 winning designs from this year’s competition will be manufactured and sold in all our stores for Christmas 2014. All profit from the cards will go to the Children’s Hospital, plus the winners each received a £50 Home Bargains voucher for their school!!
To view this year’s winners go to http://www.homebargainscompetitions.co.uk/
We are very excited to announced Home Bargains will be the new shirt sponsor for Tranmere Rovers FC from next season onwards.
Tranmere’s chairman told the club’s website: “This is a fantastic deal for the Club and we are thrilled to join forces with such a well-run, successful family company.
“It is a real coup for the Club to have a national company as well-known as Home Bargains as its new shirt sponsor, particularly in these difficult economic times.
“We are both companies who take great pride in supporting our local community and who believe in providing value for money for our customers. This deal gives us the opportunity to work together on community projects in Wirral and beyond.
“We will be proud to wear the Home Bargains logo on our shirts and look forward to a long successful relationship together.”
Come on “Super Whites” !!!
- St Andrew’s Hospice
- Variety Children’s Charity
- Alzheimers Society
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Merseyside Children’s Holiday fund
- Marina Dalglish Appeal for cancer treatment
- Lord Mayors Appeal – Futures for kids worldwide
- Knutsford Heritage Centre
- Macmillan Nurses
- The Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity
The NSPCC is our adopted charity. We have sponsored the prevention of cruelty to children in the UK for the last 3 years, and will continue to do so for the next 7 years.
We are pleased to support the NSPCC’s Christmas ‘Carols by Candlelight’ concert, held every year at the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool.
We have also raised £25,204.25 this Christmas for the NSPCC by selling charity Christmas cards in our stores!
More than 150 people were involved in creating the Liverpool Tapestry. It features 338 hand-stitched individual panels to make up a triptych, which cumulatively spans over six metres in length. The panels feature iconic images including Superlambananas, the city’s historic buildings, and aspects of Liverpool that have special meaning for the individual embroiderers, who worked with the Merseyside Embroiderers’ Guild to create the finished piece.
We delighted to announce that we have found a permanent home to display the tapestry at St Georges Hall in Liverpool.
You can now buy the Liverpool Tapestry Book at: http://www.homebargains.co.uk/products/6827-liverpool-08-tapestry-people-places-passions-book.aspx
We recognise our responsibility to promote good environmental practice by encouraging innovative solutions. One of the ways we’re doing this is by reducing our own energy consumption. By investing heavily in the latest low energy lighting, automatic sensing and A/C controls, we have managed to reduce our electricity consumption by over 30%.