Our company values are crucial in our day to day working, and giving to charity is an important part of PG Paper.
Our involvement in local and international charities is very important to us and has been since the company started.
We work closely with Action for Children Scotland and Oxfam’s South Asian campaign as well as international medical charities in India and the Elephant Family charity.
We support the Oxfam South Asian Campaign, which strives to combat extreme violence against women in developing Asian countries.
The Scottish Women’s Circle joins forces with British entrepreneurs and celebrities to raise these much needed funds and help Asian women find their voice.
PG Paper collaborates with UK-based children’s charity, Action for Children.
This charity has achieved wonderful things for disadvantaged children of all ages and walks of life.
We support the Scottish Circle through our CEO Poonam, who collaborates with other influential female entrepreneurs to improve the lives of women and girls and fighting poverty in the UK and worldwide.
The charity was set up in 2008 by world famous Scottish musician Annie Lennox, and the Scottish division began in 2010. To date, the Scottish Circle has raised over £200,000 to help women and children across the globe.
PG Paper work closely with Elephant Family, a UK based charity that works with Asian elephants and local people in their communities across the Indian Subcontinent to protect the species. Asian elephant numbers are in a severe decline and are now featured on the IUCN Red List.
Poonam and Puneet took part in the Travels to my Elephant rickshaw race across India in November 2015 with Elephant Family and the Quintessentially Foundation, raising awareness and money for the Asian Elephant’s plight.
PPES are a non profit organisation who aim to fight social and economic injustice for women in India.
Our CEO, Puneet Gupta OBE, is a longstanding benefactor of PPES, helping to contribute towards the development of education for young girls in Uttar Pradesh, North India.