Order your heart-shaped badge to say thanks for going the extra mile.
Over the last 18 months, countless people across Suffolk have gone the extra mile by helping others, such as volunteering, doing the shopping for a friend or putting a neighbour’s bins out. Saying thank you to people who have helped means a great deal, which is why the latest stage of the ‘Suffolk Says Thanks’ campaign is about celebrating everyday acts of kindness by presenting people with a specially designed pin badge.
In recent weeks, the rainbow pin badges have been presented to people in recognition of their efforts and support to communities and the voluntary sector throughout the pandemic and now local businesses can join in the campaign too.
Cory Brothers are the first Suffolk business to sign up to the campaign, ordering pin badges through the Suffolk Says Thanks website to present to their clients as a token of appreciation for their support throughout the pandemic.
“We’re delighted to support this excellent campaign and salute the initiative,” said Peter Wilson, Cory Brothers Group Managing Director. “To say thanks and recognise the efforts, hard work and support in such an additionally positive way is spot on.”
Businesses can now join Cory Brothers to sign up to the campaign and place orders for pin badges - which will be dispatched from mid-August - in return for a donation to support both Home-Start in Suffolk and Suffolk Mind: two charities that have been heavily involved in the campaign since its initial launch last year.
To get involved in the campaign, and order rainbow pin badges to present to your employees, customers and anyone else you feel merits a badge and a thank you, visit www.suffolksaysthanks.com/suffolk-says-thanks-badges/, complete the form confirming how many badges you'd like to order and then follow the donation link to support Home-Start in Suffolk and Suffolk Mind. Don't forget to leave a “Thank you message” with your donation so that it can be added to the wall of thanks on the website!