It’s Responsible Business Day at B4. So we’re highlighting some recent and not so recent articles and press releases posted by B4 members over the past year or so.
Brendon Cross is the public face of STL, he’s also the founder of the phenomenal Twin Town charity event.
Government figures estimate that five million tonnes of plastic are used each year in the UK, half of this is packaging, and just 45% of it is recycled.
Emmaus supports formerly homeless people [known as Companions] by giving them a home, meaningful work in a social enterprise and an opportunity to get themselves back on their feet again. For many people who experience homelessness, one of the biggest obstacles they must overcome is a loss of self-esteem.
There’s delighted laughter coming from the Accessible Games Room at the headquarters of Charlbury-based charity SpecialEffect.
B4 has been a great window through which to view the continued and growing shift businesses are making to embed more positive social and environmental purpose at the heart of what they do, and I have been proud to support B4 in this direction too.