Blog Article | 14 December 2017

Promo Solved Joins UK SAYS NO MORE

Promo Solved joins our growing network of corporate partners

As ever, whilst highlighting the issue of gender-based violence during 16 Days of Activism (25th November – 10th December), we were fortunate enough to engage with many different charities, organisations and corporations with an interest in assisting the cause and raising awareness. This has led to a number of vital new partnerships for UK SAYS NO MORE, with Kingston Council, Surviving Economic Abuse and Coastal Action Against Abuse all joining us to say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault.

Whilst sector and government partners play a crucial role in raising awareness and being proactive in the fight against domestic and sexual violence, corporate partners are able to offer a particular and incredibly positive contribution to the campaign.

For example, Sharon Rabi, founder of Dafni, the ceramic hair straightening brush was keen to get involved in the campaign, and did so by organising an empowering pamper session for women who have experienced domestic violence and are living in Hestia’s refuge accommodation. The positive impact that corporate organisations can have on the campaign and those who resonate with it is immense.

Now, we are so glad to announce another corporate partnership with Promo Solved, a company that creates and delivers high quality branded promotional products.


We’ve been working closely with Promo Solved recently in the run up to the launch of ‘Underground Lives’, a new report published by UK SAYS NO MORE facilitator Hestia that delves into the reality of modern slavery in London today. The report was launched last month at Parliament, with Promo Solved providing Hestia’s fantastic branded bags and pens.

Working together truly is one of the most important elements when it comes to campaigning, and we’re so glad to add another corporate organisation to our growing network of partners.


So, what do Promo Solved do exactly? Managing Director Sam Miller explains:

We source brands and deliver printed promotional items with corporate logos. Established in 2011 clients include BUPA, East Midlands Trains, Stagecoach, Middlesex Cricket Club, Milton Keynes Council and now UK SAYS NO MORE. Our delivery dates are extremely quick and free visual mock ups are offered so that customers can see their logo on gifts prior to ordering. Challenge us to find any promo item within any budget!

Following on from the recent partnership announcement, a charity page has been created over on Promo Solved’s website, with the company hoping to raise more awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault in 2018.

In addition, Promo Solved has vowed to make promotional products more affordable for not-for-profit organisations,  noting the importance of the work they do and attempting to reduce the costs that come with it.

‘Fast’, ‘reliable’, ‘high-quality’ and ‘friendly service’ are just some of the reviews that Promo Solved have received that make us proud to partner with such a fantastic, socially-conscious corporation. Be sure to check out the Promo Solved website for more information.


Interested in becoming a partner of UK SAYS NO MORE?

We’d love to hear from you, please get in touch with Lyndsey Dearlove, Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Partnership Manager.

You can contact Lyndsey by email at or by phone at 020 7378 3170.


Further Reading

How Corporate Organisations Can Make A Difference

Why Should Organisations Have A Domestic Violence Policy?

Domestic Violence: Why Talking About It Can Only Help


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