Giving: The City's secret hobby

Carolyn Housman, Director of Heart of the City says the public tends not to know about CSR work because “businesses don’t necessarily think it’s something they should be communicating.”

Everyone wins with skills-based volunteering

Aligning your community engagement programme with your core business activities makes good sense. It’s even better if your people can develop their skills at the same time,

Heart of the City Annual Report 2013/14

We are pleased to present an infographic which represents our Annual Report for the year 13/14. Have a look at our network’s progression in CSR and their impacts.

Alderman Alan Yarrow takes office as The Lord Mayor of the City of London

Alderman Alan Yarrow took office as the 687th Lord Mayor of the City of London to serve as the global ambassador for UK-based financial and business services from Friday 7 November,

Are corporations becoming less responsible?

Heart of the City’s Director, Carolyn Housman, discusses why there may be the perception that corporations are less responsible on CNBC’s breakfast show, Squawk Box.

Top 10 tips for CSR in Procurement

These tips are a compilation of the main points discussed from our September Members event – Introduction to CSR in Procurement.

Youth employment: Creating a win-win-win recruitment model

This article has been brought together by Rajeeb Dey, who sat on our panel discussion during the July Newcomers workshop – Youth employment: creating career opportunities for young people.

London Business Backs Education - Survey

The Greater London Authority are requesting businesses in the Capital complete a survey to capture the contribution and impact of London’s businesses are making to education.

Top 10 tips for Corporate Philanthropy

These tips are a compilation of the main points discussed from our June Alumni Members event – Innovation and Impact in Corporate Philanthropy: Beyond financial giving.

Governor Mark Carney joins Heart of the City as co-President

On the evening of the 12th of June, Heart of the City’s President the Lord Mayor, Alderman Fiona Woolf, announced that she would be sharing her presidency with Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England.