A Manchester born entrepreneur has announced a partnership with an international charity whose Christmas campaign funds will be matched by the UK government.
James Harford-Tyrer, 26 is the founder of Cudoni, a luxury resale business which has an ethos of “helping the environment by extending the life of quality items”.
The company have partnered with Hope and Homes for Children, a charity whose message is the belief that ‘every child has the right to grow up in a loving family’.
Every pound donated to the #EndtheSilence campaign before the 27th December will be matched by the UK Government, doubling the impact Hope and Homes for Children can make.
#EndtheSilence aims to transform the lives of the eight million children confined to orphanages around the world, suffering in silence.
We are delighted 2 announce that @HopeandHomes has a new charity partner #Cudoni, who is supporting our exciting #endthesilence campaign with stars such as KT Tunstall & Ed Sheeran. Every £ you donate before 27th Dec will be matched by the UK Government: https://t.co/NYwS9RRwHN
— Hope and Homes for Children (@HopeandHomes) November 22, 2017
Boris Pomroy, Head of Major Partnerships at Hope and Homes for Children referred to Cudoni as: “an exceptional start-up company with a philanthropic heart.”
The serial entrepreneur behind the business was a finalist in two categories of the Enterprise Awards 2017 and was recognised as a Young Entrepreneur to Watch in 2016 by Startups.co.uk.
Harford-Tyrer said: “We are absolutely delighted to be working with Hope and Homes for Children. A cornerstone of Cudoni is helping our customers to make a positive contribution in global society, and we couldn’t be more excited to be partnering with such an important cause.”
Help and Homes for Children have previously worked with big names such as Ed Sheeran, Mark Ronson and Wolf Alice so the partnership will push the brand further.
— Hope and Homes for Children (@HopeandHomes) November 1, 2017
Cudoni are working with the charity in the hope that one day day every child can grow up in a loving family.
The charity added: “It’s a brilliant organisation, and we look forward to collaborating with them in the future.”