Corporate social responsibility
In addition to advising our clients about the best ways to be responsible employers and neighbours, we practise what we preach.
Outwrite team members have completed charity fundraisers, from swimming the equivalent length of the Irish Sea to abseiling down the outside of a hospital.
Anthony has run fundraising activities for Children in Need and Comic Relief, raising four-figure sums each time. Similarly, Tracy has been a member of a fundraising committee staging big events to raise thousands of pounds for a hospice. She has also been volunteer media advisor to the NSPCC in the North West.
We also raised more than £2,500 for our charity of the year, the Domestic Abuse Safety Unit based in North Wales, in 2013/14.
As well as fundraising, we also donate our time and expertise. We are currently assisting Cheshire Connect with its brand building with a digital PR campaign.
Being green, we also make sure we do the smaller things too. We recycle office and kitchen waste, have individual controls to turn off radiators when we leave an office, and car share to meetings.
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