Brands of Inspiration
Brands of Inspiration are organisations supporting the creation of a more positive media.
Organisations can boost their ‘intellectual footprint’ and support constructive, compassionate media by becoming a Positive News Brands of Inspiration partner. Alternatively, they can make a donation to Positive News.
In exchange for supporting our journalism, Positive News provides our Brands of Inspiration partners with exclusive benefits and promotional opportunities. These include unique partner pages in our print magazine, sponsored editorial coverage, online and email promotion, copies of Positive News magazine, and more.
Editorial coverage of our partners is created independently by Positive News unless otherwise stated, and we only partner with organisations that inspire us through their positive impact.
To become a Brand of Inspiration or find out more, contact: [email protected]
Pukka inspire us because, as an ethical business, they think big on how they can connect people to the wonder of nature.
The herbs in Pukka’s teas and supplements are 100% organic. Even the string on each teabag is organic. For Pukka, organic is a way of living lightly on the planet and giving back as much as the organisation takes. In fact, protection of the environment is so important to Pukka that each year they commit 1% of their turnover to environmental causes.
Triodos Bank inspire us because they only lend their savers’ money to organisations capable of making a positive social, environmental or cultural impact.
Triodos Bank’s ethical cash ISA helps you save for your future. It also means they’re able to lend to more housing projects (like Sandford Housing Co-Op in London) helping create more affordable homes in one of the most expensive cities in the world.
Triodos Bank NV (incorporated under the laws of the Netherlands with limited liability, registered in England and Wales BR3012). Authorised by the Dutch Central Bank and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. Details about the extent of our regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority are available from us on request. Registered office: Triodos Bank, Deanery Road, Bristol BS1 5AS. VAT reg no 793493383.
incognito inspire us because they’ve created a uniquely powerful insect repellent without using harmful chemicals.
incognito have developed a unique tri-action suncream insect repellent to simultaneously protect you and your family from sun damage and insect bites. Made with natural and organic ingredients, and packaged entirely in renewable sugarcane, incognito always put the environment first. incognito are winners of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for their achievements in sustainable development and donate 10% of their profits to charity.
Ecotricity inspire us because they reinvest their proﬁts in building more sources of renewable energy.
Ecotricity was founded in 1995 as the world’s first green energy company. On average over the past 11 years, Ecotricity has invested more per customer in building new sources of green electricity than any other energy company in Britain.
Switch to Ecotricity and they will give £50 to Positive News. Plus you’ll receive a free LED bulb kit (worth £30) and potentially save up to £65 per annum on your electricity bill.
The Phone Co-op inspire us because they give their customers a say in how they operate.
The Phone Co-op is the only telecoms co-operative. Rather than serving a few shareholders, it is 100% owned by its customers. With honest, transparent prices and UK-based customer service, the Phone Co-op is here to provide you with the best possible broadband, phone and mobile services. Take advantage of their unlimited broadband introductory offer at just £22 a month including line rental. Or, try their competitive mobile bundles with a brand new smartphone including the ethical choice, Fairphone 2.
Switch today and get £20 off your first bill, while 6% of your monthly spend will go to support Positive News.
ArBolivia supports farmers in the Bolivian Amazon to grow and sell native hardwood trees, rather than practising slash and burn subsistence farming. This results in reforestation and rainforest protection, while profits are shared equally between farmers and the investors who fund operational costs. Visit ArBolivia’s website to find out how you can help to establish their sustainable model of agroforestry.