Heart of the City held its Annual General Meeting on 10 December 2013, where our Board and Council received our Annual Report for 2012-2013.
Heart of the City has brought together a consortium of partners to help develop a range of free education resources – including hints and tips, a schools finder, sample lesson plans and guidance – to help you engage directly with schools.
The report, Joining the Dots, is about joining forces with key stakeholder groups who share similar passion for citizenship as CMS Cameron McKenna.
The Peer Awards, devised and run by the peer community, represent a departure from traditional awards because they are not only about winning. The Peer Awards focus more on showcasing and celebrating the outstanding innovative
The Inspiring Women Campaign was launched by Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, partner at Dechert LLP, at a ‘Careers Speed-Dating’ event at Lancaster House for 100 girls with nine other highly successful women.
Employee volunteer brokers City Action discusses why supporting the community by offering professional skills is the most impactful and effective way to volunteer – both for the community and your business.
City of London Corporation runs the Sustainable City Awards in collaboration with a number of other partners. These awards are designed to highlight good practice in corporate social responsibility and sustainable development.
Both the Sunday Times and City Wire have mentioned Heart of the City and our work in helping businesses develop a CSR strategy.
At a glittering Mansion House event last night, the winners of this year’s Dragon Awards were announced. Three of the seven successful organisations were SMEs, despite SMEs comprising only 12% of applicants.
Did you know that employees report an increase in the quality of their work after receiving the Living Wage or employers feel that the Living Wage has increased consumer awareness of their organisation’s