Community Matters Partnership Project (CMPP), the collaboration of socially responsible organisations working together in the community to create an enabling environment in support of youth aspiration and wellbeing, is delighted to announce that print and design business KallKwik Farnham has joined the Partnership.
KallKwik Farnham has served the community since it was established 35 years ago. It was formerly part of the KallKwik franchise before becoming an independent business seven years ago. Its print and in-house design service capability ranges from business cards and brochures, to vehicle graphics, exhibition stands, signage, pop-up banners, promotional gifts and clothing. Investment in state-of-the-art machinery ensures high quality print on a wide range of materials from paper and card to vinyl, PVC, canvas and acrylic.
Commenting on joining CMPP, Business Manager Jane Redhead said: “Over the past year we have been involved in a great many community and charity events and have built close relationships with local schools, colleges, charities and local networking groups. In joining CMPP, we want to be able to extend our support and help in the local area and work with other like-minded organisations.”
Founder Tracy Jarvis added: “CMPP offers a wealth of opportunities for organisations to tap into the needs of the community and benefit from working and networking with other socially-responsible businesses. We are delighted to have Kall Kwik Farnham on board. We are a perfect match! This is a company with heritage and pedigree that has recently been recognised in the Waverley Awards, as Business of the Year finalist and was shortlisted for the Customer Focus category in the Eagle Biz Awards.”