Companies that want to make a difference in the world, while reducing their tax bills, are setting up charitable foundations, writes Sally Percy
In the past six years charitable donations from the UK’s largest corporations have doubled to £2.5 billion, yet only 20 per cent of people think that FTSE 100 firms donate anything at all. The question of how and why companies interact with charity has never been more complex. This report takes a closer look at corporate giving and public scepticism as well as social responsibility, volunteering and investment in social enterprise.
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Company involvement in philanthropy can not only attract talented staff, it also helps keep them engaged, writes Nick Martindale
It’s no secret that corporate philanthropy is changing. Companies from industries as diverse as mining and logistics publish reports describing ambitious goals to contribute not just money, but their employees’ time and skills to the societies in which they operate