InXpress Gives Back: Providing crucial education to the next generation

6th February 2020

InXpress’ annual fundraiser, Penny Per Shipment, raised an incredible £4600.00 throughout November 2019. 100% of the network worked together to provide 250 of Thailand’s most vulnerable children, with an education.  

In November 2019, the InXpress network, once again participated in their “Penny Per Shipment” campaign. Inspired by the achievement of previous years, 100% of the network committed to supporting charity EyeSeeMe – which was started by former franchisee Rebecca Robyns – as part of their InXpress Gives Back initiative. 

InXpress Gives Back is at the heart of the network   who are passionate about finding ways to use their businesses to leave the world a better place. InXpress is an IT-enabled business opportunity which sees its network of business owners providing their customers with efficient shipping solutions, for 21 years.

Rebecca Robyns started EyeSeeMe to meet the need she saw for disadvantaged children in South/Southeast Asia. The charity raises awareness of challenging social situations using photography, to inspire change. EyeSeeMe, which has been InXpress’ chosen charity for the past three years, helps keep children safe from exploitation, by providing them with an education for a better future. 

Throughout November, InXpress franchisees commit to donating at least 1p for every shipment made through their offices for the whole month (several generously donated more). The Penny Per Shipment campaign inspires businesses to not only saving money on their shipment costs, but to give back to children around the world, whose families can’t afford to send them to school.

This campaign raised a whopping £4,600 for EyeSeeMe. InXpress are collectively supporting an incredible 250 children into education, giving them hope for tomorrow! This is in addition to the various giving back opportunities, individuals InXpress franchisees are involved in.  

InXpress Gives Back: Providing crucial education to the next generation