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Community – it’s at the heart of Fujifilm’s values in the UK. We believe in making a difference through our work, from taking and making pictures right through to our medical diagnostic technologies.
We are committed to contributing to the sustainable development of society, striving to be a good neighbour and citizen by responding sincerely the needs of our communities.
We have chosen partners across global, national and local levels to give back and empower others. Get to know more about the work our partners do and how Fujifilm is getting involved.
As a pioneer in diagnostic breast cancer imaging, Fujifilm has teamed up with CoppaFeel! to support its goal of wanting everyone to have the best possible chance of surviving breast cancer. The charity exists to educate and remind every person in the UK – particularly young women – that checking their boobs isn’t only fun, it could save their life.
Fujifilm is supporting CoppaFeel! across a number of different projects, from sponsoring Festifeel 2019 event to funding a bespoke range of co-created shower stickers to promote greater awareness of self-checking across women – and men – of all ages.
Find out more about CoppaFeel! here
Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene are basic human rights which are a very normal part of daily life to many. Sadly, this can’t be said for everyone, everywhere. WaterAid strives to reach those without access to these basic needs.
Fujifilm Brillia HD PRO-T3 processless printing plates joined Fujifilm’s Graphic Systems catalogue in 2012, plates which completely remove the need for waste water in the printing process. For this very reason, we’ve donated a percentage of the sales of every square-metre of these plates sold in Europe, the Middle East and Africa – totalling to more than £500,000.
In summer 2019, we have supported WaterAid’s Voices from the Field programme in Madagascar, supporting local photographers on the ground with FUJIFILM XT3 digital cameras to help collect and bring to life the stories from people whose lives have been changed for the better thanks to WaterAid, generating further awareness of the charity’s work all over the world.
Find out more about WaterAid here.
As a leading photographic and technology company, Fujifilm connects people heart-to-heart through photographs to enrich lives everywhere, providing various ways to enjoy photographs from picture taking to picture making.
Echoing this, Café Art’s mission is to connect those affected by homelessness with the wider community through their art, and empower them with new skills to help get them out of their situations. As a social enterprise, Café Art reinvests all profits back into its projects. This includes the annual MyLondon calendar featuring photographs taken by homeless people in the city on Fujifilm QuickSnap single-use cameras.
Find out more about Café Art here.
Fujifilm has been a resident of Bedford, UK, since 1983, and that’s why we’re lending a helping hand to support a range of local causes and issues.
From tackling homelessness in the area through our photographic and printing equipment and services, to supporting our local schools and colleges, we want to empower and help to provide opportunity to our local community, contributing to make Bedford a better place for us all.
We are very lucky to receive hundreds of charity requests for products, sponsorships and support every week. We have chosen to work with our above partners, and are committed to making a difference to our communities by working with them.
For this reason, Fujifilm UK cannot commit to supporting any further initiatives or sponsorship requests at this time.
Should you wish to get in contact for further detail, please contact Fujifilm UK Corporate Communications at comms_uk(at)fujifilm(dot)com.