With supply chain transparency being top of mind for many businesses, our expanded LBG Framework will enable our network companies to better measure supply chain diversity. Australia Post is a great example of an LBG member diversifying their supply chain. They have a three-year partnership with ARA Indigenous Services, a Supply Nation certified supplier, toContinue reading Showcasing supply chain innovation
Sarah Wells is Community Manager, for Bettys & Taylors Group, a third generation Yorkshire family business with six café tea rooms, a craft bakery and cookery school as well as Taylors tea and coffee merchants – the home of Yorkshire Tea and Taylors coffee. It’s a values-led business that prides itself on doing things properly whichContinue reading In conversation with Sarah Wells, Bettys and Taylors Group
Why has Jerónimo Martins chosen to support hunger and poverty relief projects? By tradition and out of our sense of mission, at the Jerónimo Martins Group we are deeply engaged with the surrounding communities. In a world where resources are scarce and so many people starve or are insufficiently nourished, and having food as the coreContinue reading Spotlight: How Jerónimo Martins uses its business assets to address hunger and poverty
LBG is the global standard for measuring corporate community investment and philanthropy. LBG’s measurement framework is used by organisations around the world to effectively measure, report and communicate their social contributions and investments. The 2018 Annual Review looks at how members have maximised their investments and contributions to create positive social impacts, not only inContinue reading LBG Annual Review 2018
Please describe your role and responsibilities, how many years you have been in the company? I am Tideway’s Community Investment Manager. My primary role is working with our Main Works Contractors to ensure they are providing good quality community investments, with the greatest impact in the local communities affected by our work to construct aContinue reading In conversation with Kelly Bradley, Tideway
Please describe your role and responsibilities, how many years you have been in the company? I’ve been at Unite Students for just over 7 years (I get my month’s sabbatical award for this at the end of the year and am off to India, can’t wait!). I started this role around 3 ½ years agoContinue reading In conversation with Ali Hastings
Ahead of the imminent Modern Slavery Act coming into force in Australia, Corporate Citizenship co-founder Mike Tuffrey and Director Simon Robinson hosted a webinar to discuss our experience in the UK, best practice examples and how to mitigate risk and take action. Click here to download the presentation.
LBG has conducted an annual survey for the past two years on trends, innovations and what the future holds for Corporate Community Investment (CCI). Last year, headlines from Australia and New Zealand revealed: Budgets and flagship partnerships remain strong Workplace giving continues to be a priority Impact measurement is important but not well resourced PublicContinue reading The State of Corporate Community Investment