The Greggs Foundation is a grant making charity based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, closely associated with Greggs plc.
The Greggs Foundation strives to improve the quality of life in local communities, distributing around £3 million per year to charitable organisations throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
The Foundation is managed by Tracy Lynch who leads an executive team of seven members, with whom we work very closely.
We have worked with the Greggs Foundation for over a decade. Every year we have the privilege of designing and producing the Foundation’s Annual Review which showcases their years’ charitable work.
We also produce the Foundation’s Christmas cards, which are designed by the children who attend their Breakfast Clubs, we also design and print various literature throughout the year to highlight the Foundation’s fantastic work, as well as providing the Foundation’s mascot, ‘Hope’, with some different poses!
What our customers say...
“My current role is Breakfast Club Manager working within Greggs Foundation however before that I worked within Greggs Finance team. I have worked with NPS for over 20 years, its great to have a fellow North East business that we can rely on to support us with design and printing needs. Always professional but most importantly a great team at NPS making it such a fun and enjoyable experience from start to finish”
Lynne Hindmarch Breakfast Club Manager Greggs Foundation
Absolutely, we love to see our clients own work and bring it to life for you. If you have personal artwork you would like printed for frame, a t shirt or for your new favourite mug or copies to share with your friends and family we can make this a reality for you with the same personal touch you created it with.
Memories are precious and for those of us who are old enough to remember waiting in line to have photographs developed we know over the years and generations some can sadly lose their quality. However, our expert team of designers and printers take pleasure in restoring your moments captured like they were yesterday.
When deciding which option is best, consider the number you need produced in the specified time. If you want a smaller amount printed quickly, digital printing is the best option; and if you need to produce a large quantity of print, then litho printing is the better option.