Imagine if you hired decorators and they told you that your business means that someone in greater need could have a job done completely free of charge...
Too good to be true?
No it’s not, if you hire Cyle and Nick
They’re the decorators who make a difference; they’re The Good Guys...
"When Cyle and Nick approached me about Good Guys decorators, I immediately knew it would be a success. They are both very motivated, talented and socially conscious young men, who initially accessed Carney’s for support, but have since brought into our virtuous cycle and now want to give back to society.
Not only are they experts in painting and decorating, but also in understanding the difficulties a lot of our participants face, such as social isolation, child poverty etc. They are passionate about their cause and have often supported us at Carney’s events. They have even donated their time to give our centre a lick of paint and we have been very happy with the result!
I am delighted that they have asked us to help in nominating people that they can support and we have already had a lot of interest!"
George Turner, CEO, Carney's Community
Free decorating for people in need - how does that work?
As a business start-up, Nick and Cyle promise decorating of the highest standard.
Then, for a small premium, clients can ensure that people in need can have their job done without charge.
So as The Good Guys complete each job, a fund builds up to cover them to do work for those in need, (eg children living in poverty or those with mental health issues) but unable to afford it. That way, everyone’s a winner!
It would be nice to think Nick and Cyle possess superpowers, sadly, they don’t. But their business plan benefits from extra energy, provided by the Battersea Power Station.
At the same time as renovating the iconic Power Station - disused and vandalised for 40 years - and creating thousands of new homes, shops and leisure space, the company has pledged to support the Good Guys’ every brush-stroke.
Nick (left) and Cyle (right) with Olympic Medallist and Laureus Sport For Good ambassador, Michael Jamieson down at Carney's Community
"The work Cyle and Nick are doing is admirable. They recognise the need for support and inclusion in mental health and have first hand experience in this.
I want to show my full support for their project and have great respect for their goals to improve their own lives and the lives of others.
Let’s all make a difference together, show your support.
Michael Jamieson, Olympic and Commonwealth Silver Medallist