Local Business Supporting Local Good Causes
What's Right is a Charitable Network founded by John Tiley and Mark Evans in 2007, that has a primary focus on supporting local good causes through the donation of financial and tangible means.
As well as looking to identify and share opportunities for the benefit of the members of the group, we look to use business activity as a way to raise money to support local charities.
Donations come from sharing both a proportion of the profits generated from business received as a result of membership, and also through subscriptions paid by Trusted Partners.
What’s Right does as our name implies - We use business as a force for good, to support the communities in which we work and live, and we support and encourage others to do the same.
We do what is right to create good will and profile for all involved.
Our ethical Charter provides a guide to how we conduct ourselves and provides a perfect framework for Social Responsibility in the Community.
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Trusted Partners are selected to join the What’s Right group.
These companies are suppliers of high quality, guaranteed services, and they are obliged to conform to our code of practice.
Partners are constantly vetted, to ensure that they can be recommended with confidence, to provide superior service and excellent value … Charitable + Ethical = Trusted
Each year, we choose several local charities to support, who will benefit from the business generated by our trusted partners. In addition to providing a financial contribution, we are also able to offer knowledge / resource / expertise from our combined experience, as well as raise awareness of the charity and its’ work.
We are selected suppliers of high quality services that donate a proportion of our revenue generated by our involvement in What’s Right to local chosen good causes. Trusted partners conform to our code of practice charter and are obligated to provide a superior service and excellent value.
Our credibility and integrity is of paramount importance we all fully understand the What's Right code of practice.