myHermes Sunday Maintenance and ‘Help a South African School’ campaign

By Chris Dawson July 1, 2017 - 11:09 pm

It’s unlikely to impact your business unless you work very unusual hours, but the myHermes website will be undergoing maintenance this Sunday, the 2nd of July, from midnight until 6am. During this time they will be unable to process orders.

Hopefully by the time you wake up (if you work on Sundays!) everything will be back to normal and we’re certainly not anticipating any problems by the time you check in to work on Monday.

‘Help a South African School’ campaign

While we’re talking myHermes, it’s worth noting that for the fourth year in a row they are supporting the ‘Help a South African School’ campaign, which aims to improve literacy rates across the country.

myHermes are collecting boxes of books from more than 100 primary schools nationwide and transporting them to a fulfilment house in London for onward distribution to the African nation. Pupils, parents and teachers across the UK are being encouraged to donate unwanted textbooks and reading books to help the 93% of South African schools that do not have a library.

”The ‘Help a South African School’ campaign is accepting books until August.

Comments are closed.

Featured in this article from the Tamebay Guide – companies that can help you grow and manage your business.


If you send plenty of parcels, then myHermes is the perfect partner for you.

See More Companies >

Recent Comments

6 hours ago
ifellow: Problem is hard to find products that aren't dominated by VAT fraudsters based in China....
7 hours ago
Jan strassen: Thanks Crackerjack, we do have courier rules that you can use to automatically pick...
21 hours ago
crackerjackcommerce: I have seen with my own eyes a vast number of people who use ebay,...
22 hours ago
crackerjackcommerce: That is so impressive. Being able to constantly adapt and scale is very entrepreneurial and...