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Premier support receives royal seal of approval

Premier Paper has been commended by HRH the Prince of Wales for its work with charity In Kind Direct. Since 2016, Premier has donated over 5,000,000 sheets of Multicopy A480 gsm copier paper to the organisation which then re-distributes it to those who need it.

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Premier Paper supports the charity In Kind Direct, which was founded by HRHR the Prince of Wales in 1997

To celebrate the In Kind Direct 20th anniversary, HRH the Prince of Wales hosted a special event to commemorate those that have helped the charity over the last two decades. Group marketing director, David Jones, was invited to the event, which was held at Buckingham Palace on behalf of Premier Paper.

In Kind Direct was founded by HRH the Prince of Wales in 1997 and uses donations from companies to grassroots charities that can focus on child poverty through to domestic abuse. The grassroots charities often cannot afford the goods, with 91 percent saying they would simply go without if not for the donations.

In Kind Direct provide a real lifeline to those in need, we’ve found it such a rewarding experience to know that being a product designer is making a difference to the lives of others

Jones comments: “I was honoured to be invited to such a prestigious event on behalf of Premier Paper. In Kind Direct provide a real lifeline to those in need, we’ve found it such a rewarding experience to know that being a product designer is making a difference to the lives of others.

“We were also delighted to donate the paper to produce the 20th Anniversary Review. We supplied GF Smith Colorplan for the cover and Advocate for the inside pages, which gave a wonderful result.”

Premier Paper is just one of 21 major product donors, which includes L’Oreal, Procter and Gamble, and The Disney Store. Its bankers, Lloyds, introduced Premier Paper to the scheme, as they were already a part of the charity.



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