22 March 2018
Headline becomes a member of Woking Community Matters Partnership Project
Headline Design and Print is delighted to announce it has become a member of the Community Matters Partnership Project (CMPP) in Woking. CMPP is a network bringing together socially responsible businesses in the town, who work collaboratively on initiatives to improve the community.
CMPP is being led by Woking Borough Council who, having seen the success of a similar project in Farnborough / Rushmoor, wanted to create an area in Woking. The Project’s mission is to support the health, happiness and well-being of the community and of the Woking workforce.
Mark Warner, Director of Headline said: “Traditionally businesses have had their own corporate and social responsibility priorities. Personally, I’m excited by what we can achieve in Woking being part of a collaborative community programme. CMPP gives Headline a stake in the local community. We are looking forward to fostering new friendships and relationships, as well as reinforcing existing ones in a different way. There’s so much positive that is happening in Woking at the moment and CMPP can be added to that list”.
Sue Barham, Chair of Community Matters Partnership Project Woking, said: “I am delighted that Headline Design and Print is joining. Headline joins many other local businesses that have already signed up to our exciting socially responsible project that will help shape and support the health and wellbeing of many local people. Headline will be a real asset to the project and we are looking forward to working with Mark and the team going forward.”