If you think typical corporate charity sector giving consists of painting community halls and transforming gardens, then think again.
Earlier this year we hailed the companies that feel duty-bound to give back. Our mission to find more like-minded businesses will continue in 2018 – will you be one of them?
Trendy workspaces and fatter pay packs might once have been enough to secure workplace loyalty, but no more.
Ione Butler is a trained performer, but despite a passion for acting, giving leads her heart, which is why she’s developed Uplifting Content, a Facebook community and business that share her beliefs.
Social media is a powerful tool, but it can also be a doorway for trolling. However, that didn’t stop Jeff Bezos asking his Twitter followers how to spend his money on philanthropic causes.
With pressure to cut costs, save time and generate profit, many business leaders still adopt a “stick to what I know mentality” for business sustainability.
The owner of bar-studio crossover The Music Parlour in Singapore, Jaye Foo has moved to London as he looks to learn even more about the music industry.
William Hill and Tottenham Hotspur have collaborated on a new local community employment programme, which saw the bookmaker provide a £100,000 grant to the club.
Our Philanthropic 30 2017 campaign has shown that you don’t need a huge number of employees or a large budget to give something back, so we continue the rundown of the most caring companies in Britain.
Believing that there’s more to business than just profit, we’ve named the 30 most caring companies in Britain in the debut Philanthropic 30.
Revealed in reverse alphabetical order, we’re pleased to introduce the Philanthropic 30 2017 – a list of the most caring companies in Britain that have an ambition to give back.
After a long search, Real Business proudly presents the inaugural Philanthropic 30, a list of the most caring companies in Britain.