Hudson’s Heroes

MJ Hudson is dedicated to making positive changes in society. Our friendly, positive culture lends itself to an integrative approach to corporate social responsibility. We aim to support unique and worthy causes in a refreshing way, and are achieving this through the Hudson’s Heroes programme.

Through Hudson’s Heroes, we have raised funds for charities chosen by the team through a number of  events and sponsored activities. The name Hudson’s Heroes was chosen in honour of the real heroes – the charities that we work with. These people take the money that we raise at MJ Hudson and use it to build a better standard of living for those around them, giving up their own time and energy for the betterment of other people.

The team at MJ Hudson believes that giving back to the community in this way not only benefits those we help, but strengthens the company’s friendly and integrative culture, allowing for better alignment with our client’s interests and healthier, happier team members.

If you would like to get in touch with the Heroes Team, don’t hesitate to email us at

MJ Hudson is proud to confirm that, after a company-wide vote, the Prison Advice and Care Trust has been chosen as its Charity of the Year.

In their own words – The Prison Advice and Care Trust (PACT) is a national charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions, and their families. They support people to make a fresh start, and minimise the harm that can be caused by imprisonment on people who have committed offences, on families and on communities.

Their mission statement:

  • Build stronger families and safer communities.
  • Reduce risk of harm to prisoners and their children.
  • Remove barriers and increase awareness in public services.
  • Influence commissioning, policy and legislation.
raised of £5,000 target by 267 supporters
North London Action for the Homeless
Read more about MJ Hudson's fundraising for NLAH in our Summary for 2017
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The Children's Trust
Read more about MJ Hudson's fundraising for The Children's Trust in our Summary for 2016
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