Curtis Banks and Corporate Social Responsbility
Curtis Banks recognises the importance of strong ethical values in order to meet our responsibilities to our stakeholders. These stakeholders include our customers, our employees, our investors, our suppliers, the community, and the environment.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a core strength for our business, often driven by the many inspirational efforts of our staff.
We have a broad focus on all CSR matters such as environmental, fundraising, community, social awareness and individual support.
Coordinating across all three of our locations we provide support for a range of national activity days, such as Comic Relief, MacMillan Coffee Mornings and Children in Need with bake sales, jumper days, sporting challenges and even skydiving.
We also encourage all staff to fundraise for other charities that may have provided them, their friends or family with support and we are pleased to offer all staff matched fundraising up to £250.00 for the relevant UK registered charity chairty.
Further to this, each of our office locations are supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing Charity Sector in 2020 and 2021.
Bristol 2020 and 2021 Charity partner Teenage Cancer Trust
Our Bristol office has chosen the Teenage Cancer Trust South West as its charity of the year for 2020 and 2021. The Teenage Cancer Trust is the UK’s only charity providing young people (age 13-24) with specialist nursing care and ongoing support.
The Bristol CSR team have set the fundraising target to fund an Outsourced Nurse. To achieve this the team has planned several fundraising challenges, including the Bath Half Marathon, Great Bristol 10K, a Tough Mudder and a summer skydive.
Dundee 2020 and 2021 Charity partner Wellbeing Works Dundee
Our Dundee office has chosen Wellbeing Works Dundee as its charity of the year for 2020 and 2021. Wellbeing Works Dundee promotes better wellbeing, support and services for those who face mental health challenges.
To achieve the office’s fundraising target, the Dundee CSR team has planned several fundraising challenges, including some Easter and Summer Olympics themed challenges.
Ipswich 2020 and 2021 Charity partner Lighthouse Women's Aid
Our Ipswich office has chosen Lighthouse Women’s Aid as its charity of the year for 2020 and 2021. Lighthouse supports and empowers women, young people and children affected by domestic abuse.
To achieve the office’s fundraising target, the Ipswich CSR team has planned several fundraising challenges, including Bake Sales, running challenges and themed days.