A4 In The Community
A4Labels.com Ltd, as well as providing labels to consumers around the world, feel as though we have a responsibility to give back to not just our local community but the environment across the globe as well.
Every month we pledge to donate 1% of paper sales (Non-FSC) to planting trees round the world. Every month our customers can vote where our next location is. Being an industry that heavily uses paper, we feel that we have a responsibility to replant trees every month if our customers are unable to opt for our eco-friendly materials.
As well as this we will donate 1% of all plastic sales to cleaning plastic out the ocean. A4Labels.com Ltd operate on the south coast of the UK, we are fortunate to be able to see the ocean from where we work. It is a great passion and pride of ours to donate every month to the biggest ocean clean up on the planet!
Every year, we look to sponsor football teams at youth level within our local community. Being a company that started with a few fanatical football supporters, supporting grassroots football is something we are very proud to be apart of.
To support the fast growing female side of ‘The Beautiful Game’ as well as the males, we are happy to say that each season we will be sponsoring both a boys and girls team!
We are proud to say we are the kit sponsor for Lancing FC Girls U11 for the next two seasons. We wish them all the best for the 23/24 season!
We are still looking for a boys team in the sussex area, if your team is looking for a sponsor then please email email@example.com
January of 2022 we were very proud to be the headline sponsor of Circus Starr.
Charlie and Sam (pictured to the right) had the pleasure of presenting a £500 cheque to the audience on stage at the end of the show.
Circus Starr tour the UK putting on a vairety of performances for children with disabilities. From great dancers, acrobats and a weird looking clown, Circus Starr put a smile on the face of the whole audience.
A4Labels.com also sponsored local comedy act ‘The Treason Show‘ so they could continue to fund their latest series on the local TV channel, while audiences couldn’t attend live performances. The show that has been running for 23 years, hit industry trouble with many other Live Arts Shows during the pandemic. Thanks to local sponsorships, The Treason Show and many others are still able to perform today.