Businesses have a responsibility to their communities, to be supportive and at the very least not actively cause harm. Here you will find content relating to businesses being a Force for Good, supporting charities and their local communities.
Many leading caterer training providers give budding chefs only a limited overview of vegan and vegetarian diets. VfL’s lunch club guide – available in digital format – is the perfect way to bridge this gap. Packed with lots of information on catering for vegans and vegetarians, chefs will no longer be struggling for lunchtime ideas […]
In March we had 5 people over from Root and Branch: Root and Branch are an independent charity which promotes recovery from mental health difficulties and a collaboration with Maymessy with Karen identifying 5 people who would benefit from a series of cooking classes.
Oxford Brookes has announced the programme for the second International Creative Industries Festival, which takes place online from 21 March. The theme for this year’s Festival is ‘Creative industries for a better society’.
Look around the B4 National network and you will see more and more companies shifting the ways in which they operate to consider all stakeholders as well as shareholders. Why is this happening and how can any business evolve, not only to embrace the opportunities this opens, but making it far more robust and successful?
Toyota has started to provide humanitarian assistance to those who are suffering. This includes direct assistance to Toyota’s Ukrainian employees and their families and to Ukrainian refugees, as well as corporate donations up to approximately 2.5 million euros.
With the theme of 2022’s International Women’s Day being “Break the Bias”, it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate the work of our Tanzanian partner, School Girl Essentials, and the expansion of Education All Month, Every Month in schools in and around the city of Arusha. African girls miss school every month, just because they are […]
SeeSaw, an Oxfordshire based charity offering support to children, young people and their families experiencing bereavement are pleased to announce that they have booked out the Hinton Skydive Centre, near Banbury, for a charity skydive day on the 13th August 2022. Are you ready to brave the ultimate challenge of jumping out of an airplane […]
Oxfordshire Community Foundation’s Healthy Hearts grants aim to improve cardiovascular health by funding charitable organisations that are promoting positive behaviour, such as increased physical activity and reduced smoking.
Altrincham-based Research & Development Specialists LTD (RDS) has delivered over £2,000 worth of toys, games and presents for underprivileged children across Greater Manchester and Nottingham. In Manchester, partnering with Manchester-based charity, Wood Street Mission, the local business provided gifts for those children in the care system, and those who may not have received any presents this year without donations from individuals and companies such as RDS. […]