How much noise do you make about your CSR activity? If you’re reading this newsletter, you’re almost certainly investing time and resources in doing your bit to be a responsible business.
This call for views seeks to gather your thoughts and ideas on aspects of corporate responsibility.
Impact measurement is an important topic at the moment. NPC is now doing research into the practices of funders and would like to have your experience as part of this.
What’s on your CSR list will be shaped by how far advanced your programme is, of course, but it’s a fair bet that you’ll have a number of items competing for your time as you work through the emails that stacked up in your inbox during the break.
What are current attitudes and practice in relation to philanthropy in the City? City Philanthropy would like you to help them answer this question by completing a short survey for a campaign funded by City Bridge Trust that aims to increase effective philanthropy in the
‘Space for Growth’ is an initiative creating temporary space in Government buildings across England which are available for start-ups and SMEs amongst other organisations
In the current challenging job market, it is getting more difficult for young people to secure any type of entry level role.
Once a CSR programme is up and running, the next challenge for the in-house team is to maintain the enthusiasm of its people and keep the CSR agenda front of mind. What does this mean in practice?
Congratulations to members of Heart of the City which have been shortlisted for this year’s Dragon Awards! Reaching out to the marginalised in society,
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