The firm, based in Rotterdam Road, is going to design, manufacture and apply new branding to a charity's van or other vehicle. Pictured Greg (left) and David Saunderson.

International Day of Charity inspires Hull business

A business in Hull is offering to brand a a charity’s van or other vehicle for free, to help them be instantly recognised when going about their vital work in our community.

Inspired by a wide-range of charities in Hull and the East Riding, Brandfixx is pledging to design, manufacture and apply new branding to their vehicle so they can spread their message whilst theyโ€™re out on the road.

Brandfixx managing director, Greg Saunderson, said: “Brandfixx exists to solve problems and help people so it only makes sense that we reach out to some of our amazing local charities to do the same for them.

“Since we launched Brandfixx, we have been lucky enough to support a range of businesses with our innovative approach to kitting out vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Our journey has also seen us help a number of charitable causes, which includes kitting out new vans for Emmaus and rebranding critical care vehicles for Smart Metering Services.

“Inspired by a range of heart-warming stories shared on International Day of Charity last weekend, we want to do our bit to support another cause in our part of the world, using our technology to help them raise awareness and funds.

“The only criteria to consider when making your nomination is that the charity is based in Hull or the East Riding and that it has a van or truck we can apply a logo or bespoke design onto.”

Anyone who would like to nominate a charity can do so by visiting the Brandfixx Instagram page and commenting with the name of their chosen charity on the โ€˜Your chance to nominate your charity heroesโ€™ post.

Nominations close on 12pm on Friday 17 September.

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Roadworks are to take place in Hull.