Companies achieving the CommunityMark recognise that investing time, skills and resource into communities not only benefits those communities but bring long-term sustainable returns for their company.
2017 was another great year for employee volunteering across Wales with businesses supporting communities through Give and Gain Day. Take a look at our Impact Report to find out more.
This Business in the Community guide provides information on how your business can develop a sustainable and successful partnership with charities, other businesses, public sector agencies, housing associations and social enterprises to leverage resources, address social issues more effectively and benefit all partners.
JTI attained the CommunityMark in recognition of its strategic approach to identifying social need. This approach is complemented, and brought to life, by exceptional employee involvement which includes employee committees which engage with local partners, skills based volunteering and additional fundraising.
KPMG has chosen to focus its support where its key strengths and resources can have the most effect. In 2014, it supported over 12,000 young people through programmes such as Work Ready and Teach First Career Insight sessions. KPMG has also committed to improve access into accountancy for young people from socially deprived backgrounds.
This document summarises key measurement methodologies and tools that can help Business in the Community members track, measure or articulate the social and economic benefits of their activities. We include a brief description of each one and include the relevant links to their website.
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