Rebecca Jackson becomes the official ambassador for the UK’s first charity fuel card

Racing driver, television presenter and motoring journalist Rebecca Jackson has become the official ambassador to the UK’s first charity fuel card. The fuel card is exclusive to Professional Charity Services (PCS) and is fully supported by Shell. It’s the only fuel card that donates to the charity of your choice with every litre of fuel Read more about Rebecca Jackson becomes the official ambassador for the UK’s first charity fuel card[…]

Marketing help for charities

Google, being the wonderful entity that it is, gives free advertising spend to non-profit businesses. Of course, there are some terms when it comes to eligibility but if you are a registered charity, you can get some help with you pay-per-click advertising through Google. Pay-per-click ads are the listings that appear at the top of Read more about Marketing help for charities[…]

20 miles walked for Norwich Door to Door

On Sunday myself and four others embarked on a long walk for Norwich Door to Door. The full route was 26 miles and we were determined to do it but blisters and difficult terrain (it’s Norfolk, it wasn’t that difficult but overgrown paths and stinging nettles did slow us a little) meant that we only Read more about 20 miles walked for Norwich Door to Door[…]

Jet Social to walk 26 miles for charity

A number of Jet Social employees and friends of the company will be walking the 26-mile route along Wherryman’s Way all in aid of the Norwich Door to Door charity. The charity offers travel to low income people with reduced mobility who need a more personal travel service. A free service that’s a great alternative Read more about Jet Social to walk 26 miles for charity[…]

How to be active in your local community

All businesses have a responsibility to their local community. It’s one aspect of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) that’s often overlooked. Participating in community events, helping people and spreading your wealth around locally doesn’t have to mean setting up a strategy, having boring meetings and jumping through CSR hoops. Here are a few simple ways to Read more about How to be active in your local community[…]

Norwich’s first CSR Speed Dating event a success!

On May 23rd  we put on the first ever CSR Speed Dating event at Beluga in Norwich. The event was attended by a number of local business and charities looking to make meaningful connections with one another. We’re very happy to announce that Home-Start Norwich was chosen at random to receive the proceeds from the event. Read more about Norwich’s first CSR Speed Dating event a success![…]

What to consider when you think about a charity partnership

Today we have a guest post from Tom Oxley from Ethicomm, a CSR consultancy. Corporate giving programmes can be a great way of engaging your business and its employees with your community in a meaningful and sustainable way. Can be. Too many are poorly planned, poorly executed and a poor excuse for a true corporate Read more about What to consider when you think about a charity partnership[…]