Social responsibility builds business

If, like us, you believe we have a duty to give back, that is enough reason alone. But it’s also good for business. You will learn valuable skills and lessons in the process, too. It’s a two-way experience. Schools and charities are also organisations working out how to operate as best they can. Their ‘profit’ just goes to a different end. There is so much we can learn from each other.

Engage with your customers

In one survey, more than half the participants said they would pay more for products from socially responsible organisations.

Attract top talent

Cone Communications found nearly two thirds of young people wouldn’t work for a company with poor CSR practices. On top of that, 75% would actually take a pay cut for a job with a more responsible employer. As many as 83% said they would be more loyal to a business that gives them opportunities to solve social and environmental problems.

Nuture your people

Through acts of giving back to society you can develop your team’s skills in a safe environment. It might even be one of the most cost-effective ways of developing talent.

Increase profit

Companies that integrate climate change management into strategic planning see an 18% higher return on equity.

Improve brand image

Generate positive PR.  

Charities and partners

We want to collaborate with as many charities and businesses as possible:
to maximise impact within the communities in which we live and work.

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