Tonrose is one of Europe’s most established suppliers to the UK’s hospitality and leisure trade sector, and it’s our people who have made our success sustainable since 1897. Our supply network extends across the world and we have a duty of care for the welfare of the people who make it tick.
We’ve always welcomed international accreditations like ISO, SA8000 and the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), and we partner with industry schemes such as the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI). Our company and our products will always meet the standards that these accreditations set.
We also like to go a step or two further with some of our own initiatives.
We proudly support The Citizen Foundation (TCF) in Pakistan, which aims to make basic education accessible to all, regardless of sex, class or background.
Together, we have:
After graduating from Al-Muhaimin Campus-II, Quaidabad, Mahnoor completed her Matric in 2011 and secured an A+ (81%). She then went on to do her Inter in 2013. She has received admission in Ziauddin University in their 5-year Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program.
Fahad is a bright student who completed his Matric from TCF Juma Himmayati Goth in 2011, securing an A+. He then went on to complete his Intermediate in 2013 with an A grade. He has gained admission to the prestigious NED University where he plans on pursuing a BE in Automotive Engineering.
Amna completed her Matric from TCF Bhittaiabad 2011 and went on to secure an A in Inter in pre-medical subjects. She is now enrolled in the Pharmacy program at Karachi University, a 5-year program which will allow her to pursue clinical pharmacy or even research options.
Across our family of mills, we have a range of ongoing initiatives in place, offering a wide range of employee benefits, including:
We support over 30 staff welfare initiatives across our mills
Promoting equality - two of our largest mills are run by women
Over 40% of energy used at our largest supplier is renewable
In India, we’re helping to fund a new bespoke training facility in partnership with our mill and the Government. It will house the latest specialist textile industry machines and mentors. The aim is to train up to 120 people each year into both new and increased-skill workers.
For further information about our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility, download our brochure.