Doing Good

At the heart of what we do is a desire to do better. We are a small company with big ambitions to support our local community and the good causes celebrated by our team.

Members of the team are currently working to support the Woodland Trust in various media projects.

We have also mentored local young people and are now looking to expand that project.

Much more significantly however is the fact that we are proud to support a senior member of our team, Lauri Pastrone, who is taking time away, to build two amazing projects for developing countries and war torn parts of the world.

She has achieved an amazing feat - creating a cook book called Share in support of the charity Women for Women - a charity which helps women survivors of war rebuild their lives. Her book, not only celebrated the work of the charity but also showed that as societies and nations - our actions, however small, have an exponential influence in the world through our shared humanity.  

It sounded like a simple project - but it has had an enormous impact.


Meryl Streep was so impressed - she offered to write the foreward to the book. Amongst the many others who joined in the effort and supplied their own recipes were Paul McCartney (Super vegetable salad) Mia Farrow (Breakfast Pancakes) Richard Branson (Spaghetti bolognese) Emma Thompson (Sausage and cabbage bake) Dame Judy Dench (Bread and butter pudding) Nelson Mandela (Stuffed crab) Archbishop Desmond Tutu (Fruit Salad with passion fruit syrup) Barbara Broccoli (Chocolate celebration cake)  and many others.

You can buy the book and support the charity by clicking the picture opposite. Lauri and of course Goodness Media - makes no money at all from any sale of the book.


Lauri's new adventure is to create a business for those in the developing world who are eager to create their own livelihoods through making corporate gifts. This latest adventure is only just beginning. We also encourage you to visit the dedicated website which you can find here in case your organisation is looking for corporate gifts with meaning and impact.