ALWAYS GIVING BACK

Our business was established to disrupt the recruitment industry and demonstrate that businesses can be about more than just profits. Our ‘Always giving back’ ethos is what we live and breathe. Revenue is not our number one motivator, we take pride in happy candidates and clients. As well as that, we’re working behind the scenes on how we can donate as much as we can to charity.

We’ve also been working on how we can drive diversity and inclusion and have become B Corp Pending Certified

We’re doing it because that’s what our founders believe in. Putting people and the planet before profit, in everything we do.

WHY ALZHEIMERS SOCIETY?

We’re not just a FMCG recruitment agency. We were established with a bigger purpose. Why?

Our Founder, Rich Howells has spoken with us about why Alzheimer’s Society is so close to our hearts.

My father died of Alzheimer’s on Christmas Day 2016.

Having watched him deal with the illness for seven years, my family faced multiple challenges and heartache.

I have always wanted to do something significant to honour him and support the charity and with Marvel FMCG, we can really contribute, and give back.

For every candidate successfully placed by our recruiters who have nominated Alzheimer’s Society as their Nominated Charity, Marvel FMCG Ltd will donate the equivalent of 1% of the annual salary of the respective candidate to Alzheimer’s Society (Charity Number 296645). We want to make a big difference and by working with us, you can help us to make this a reality.

A bit about Alzheimer’s Society:

Dementia is the UK’s biggest killer and over 850,000 people in the UK are currently living with the condition. Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity. Every day they work tirelessly to find new treatments and, ultimately, a cure for dementia. They provide expert information, training and support services to all who need their help. And they are creating a more dementia-friendly society so more people with dementia can live well without fear and prejudice. For more information go to: alzheimers.org.uk.

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