Our Mission



We are committed to playing our part to help the planet by reducing our carbon footprint and becoming a sustainable business. Affinity Workforce has teamed up with Greener Energy Futures and TEMWA Carbon Balance, to reduce and offset our carbon emissions to protect communities across the world, who are severely impacted by climate change.


Our partnerships involve reducing our overall carbon impact and where carbon cannot be neutralised, planting trees to offset any carbon used to help communities in Malawi.


AWS has donated more than £5,000 to Temwa Carbon Balance to plant 4,120 trees and offset the 412 tonnes of carbon it produced in 2022. We will continue to work with Temwa to support its funding efforts across other initiatives organised by the charity including girls’ education, HIV and water health, and agroforestry.

Our Journey to Reducing Carbon Emissions

Meet our Green Champions



To drive change across Affinity, we have appointed Green Champions. These passionate individuals lead our efforts to integrate sustainable practices into every aspect of our business. They champion eco-friendly initiatives, raise awareness about environmental issues, and inspire our team to adopt greener habits. Our Green Champions are at the forefront of our mission to become a more sustainable company. Through their leadership and the collective effort of our entire team, we aim to significantly reduce our carbon footprint and contribute to a healthier planet.












Catch up on the latest Affinity Zero news

Earth Day: Advocating for Corporate Sustainability

On April 22nd, 2024, we celebrate Earth Day, an important event in the environmental calendar. Earth Day is a time to advocate for corporate sustainability.

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Affinity Workforce’s Fundraising Efforts for TEMWA

Since the launch of our Affinity Zero campaign in 2022, we’ve raised over £7,700 for our charity of the year, TEMWA.

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Affinity Workforce’s TEMWA Spring Clean Initiative 

Affinity Workforce have been spring cleaning for TEMWA. The three-month fundraising drive started on 22nd January and comes to an end on 31st March 2024.

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Eco-Friendly Christmas

Eco-Friendly Christmas Celebrations

As the festive season approaches, it’s a time of joy, celebration, and giving. However, amid the excitement, it’s essential to consider our impact on the planet.

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Easy Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste: A Guide to Greener Living 

Reducing plastic pollution starts with simple changes we can all make. Each small action adds up to a big impact on our environment. Join us in our mission to beat plastic pollution with these 7 easy tips!

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Sustainability Myths

Spooky Sustainability Myths: Busted!

Welcome to Recycle Week 2023! This October during recycle week 16th to the 20th, we’re diving headfirst into the world of sustainability and recycling to bust the most common and spooky myths that have been haunting our eco-consciousness.

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Charity Bike Ride: Esme’s 300km Challenge in Support of Temwa

Esme, the CEO of Affinity Workforce, is gearing up for a 300km bike ride in support of the charity Temwa. As she prepares for this incredible journey, let’s explore her training, motivation, and the cause she’s passionate about.

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The ABCs of Sustainable Living & Working

Welcome to the world of sustainability—where small steps can create a significant impact! At Affinity Workforce Solutions, we believe that every effort counts.

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Easy Ways to Reduce Plastic

Beating Plastic Pollution: Small Steps Towards a Greener Future

World Environment Day is a reminder for us to reflect on our environmental impact and take steps towards a greener future. Here are some  simple and practical ways in which we can all contribute to beating plastic pollution. 

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AWS Takes on the Hadrian’s Wall Walk Challenge for Charity

Chris Carter and Chris Pender from Affinity Workforce’s sister brand, CER have walked 85.8 miles across Hadrian’s Wall to raise money for Temwa.

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