Earning money from positive actions

Earning money from positive actions

We have an ethical policy which outlines the kinds of activities we love to support via our services and those we do not wish to profit from. We implemented this policy from the inception of our business back in 2004.

This isn’t a judgemental thing, it’s about concentrating our efforts to facilitate the success of those who are making a positive impact. Everyone is on a journey, including ourselves and we are learning all the time, adjusting our choices and practices based on what we currently know.

We are so fortunate to be able to work with some really amazing individuals and organisations. Take a look at our Clients page to see who else is using our Green Hosting.

We love to work with businesses, organisations and individuals who:

  • wish to make a positive difference in the world.
  • work in a responsible way that is not harmful to people, animals and the planet.
  • aim to improve quality of life of and support people within their community and/or on a wider scale.
  • employ and support fair trade.
  • provide education services to people within their community and/or on a wider scale.
  • practice equality and fairness at work and provide a healthy and safe working environment for their colleagues.
  • produce/sell food/drink which is beneficial to the health of humans and /or animals.
  • promote animal welfare and prevent cruelty to animals.
  • use methods of working which are kinder to the environment (energy efficiency, organic farming, waste reduction etc).
  • support local trade.
  • are working towards the UN's Sustainable Development Goals
  • provide honest and open customer services.

We do not work with businesses, organisations or individuals who:

  • promote discrimination or incite hatred.
  • exploit basic human rights.
  • are involved in destroying habitats and/or deforestation.
  • extract, produce or distribute fossil fuels.
  • manufacture chemicals which are persistent in the environment and/or cause health problems.
  • manufacture or sell fast fashion items.
  • harvest unmanaged natural resources (such as timber or fish).
  • test products or ingredients on animals.
  • employ intensive or factory farming.
  • are involved in using animals in sports.
  • are involved in the fur trade.
  • manufacture or sell tobacco.

We do not develop websites for political parties or religious institutions.

Finally, but importantly we’re interested in working in a way that is kind and supportive, both to our suppliers and customers.

Last reviewed 16/02/2022