Our pledge to people and society.
We consider the people that work with us and the society that surrounds us are just as important as the emphasis we put on sustainability.
We offer an apprenticeship program in order to support young future crafts-people and we are committed to ensuring continual professional development.
Since 2022, we have been assessing our suppliers and sub contractors to ensure they also share our commitment to their staff by offering a fair wage and healthy working environments.
Dare and all of their suppliers and sub contractors are fully opposed to modern slavery.
Our Journey has begun towards B Corp Certification.
We are proud to announce that we have just started our journey towards becoming B Corp certified, cementing our commitment to help shape a more sustainable and equitable future for our industry and beyond.
The B Corp Movement (the B standing for 'Benefit for all') is transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities and the planet.
Becoming a B Corp has a transformational effect on any business.
By first measuring and then improving your social and environmental impact, you ensure your company is demonstrating that both people and planet matter, not just profit.
By making a legal change to your company documents through the B Corp Legal Requirement, you protect these values and your mission going forwards.
People want to work for, buy from and invest in businesses that recognise their role in addressing the global challenges of social injustice and the climate emergency. Joining a community of likeminded companies allows us to tackle these issues together, amplify our impact and achieve real change.
Proud supporters of Doctors of the World
Doctors of the World is an independent humanitarian movement working at home and abroad to empower excluded people to access healthcare.
Through 350 programmes in 80 countries run by more than 3,000 volunteers they provide medical care, strengthen health systems and address underlying barriers to healthcare.
Their vision is a world without barriers to health, where healthcare is recognised as a fundamental right.
Since 2015, they have worked extensively with refugees in France and Greece, running both static and mobile clinics in Calais, Dunkirk, Lesbos, Chios, Athens and many other places to meet the healthcare needs of the thousands travelling through Europe.
They currently have two mobile health teams located in Ukraines government controlled areas.