A family-run print, design, signage, web and workwear business has partnered with Derbyshire’s specialist child exploitation charity, Safe and Sound, to support their efforts in raising awareness of the dangers facing children and young people both online and in person.

Melbourne Print have chosen Safe and Sound as one of its main charities to support this year.

As well as providing design and print support, the Melbourne-based company is also planning to give young people the chance to develop their own creative skills with T-shirt design and print activities as part of the charity’s summer programme.

Company Director Paul Wilson explained: “As a family-run local business, we were keen to do what we can to support Safe and Sound’s really important work in the local communities that we too serve and we look forward to using our expertise to support the charity’s fundraising and awareness work.

“It will also be great to welcome some of the young people that Safe and Sound support into our premises for fun and creative activities that will give them an outlet to express their creativity and hopefully help to build their confidence and self-esteem.”

Safe and Sound CEO Tracy Harrison concluded: “This is an exciting partnership and we are extremely grateful to the team at Melbourne Print for their support.”
For more information about the work of Safe and Sound and how to support them, please visit www.safeandsoundgroup.org.uk. For more information about Melbourne Print visit, https://www.melbourneprint.co.uk/

Picture shows, Tracy Harrison with Melbourne Print’s Paul Wilson, left, and Business
Development Manager Rob Moore.