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In the Community

Corporate Social Responsibility

At The Miles Partnership we are committed to being a responsible business by supporting communities through fundraising and volunteering. It is important to our team to work for a socially responsible organisation and our approach therefore reflects our people and culture. By having a strong commitment to CSR we are ensuring that our business activities have a positive impact on the community; our clients, candidates, suppliers and employees. We make every effort to reduce our work-related carbon emission as our commitment to the environment and we see value in giving back locally and supporting organisations that make a social impact in the community in which we work. We have a well-developed sense of ethics and wish to contribute to society. Please read our CSR code here.

Fundraising

We believe in collaborating to succeed, which is why we support the SOS Children Villages in South Africa a member of SOS Kinderdorf International (KDI). SOS support vulnerable children in South Africa by building family-based care villages, for children in need, children who are orphaned, abandoned or whose families are unable to care for them.

In 2016, The Miles Partnership raised over £9000 for SOS through various fundraising events. This year we target raising enough to provide a house for ten children and their house mother. A number of events are already planned for out 2017 fundraising to include; the JP Morgan Run, a Silent Auction, Sailing from Menorca to Barcelona and the Prudential 100 Bike Ride.

If you would like to find out more about our fundraising, please click on the link below to our JustGiving page https://www.justgiving.com/company/milespartnership

Volunteering

As our commitment to giving back to the community, in 2017 we launched our first employee volunteering programme. This community volunteering policy allows employees three paid days a year to use flexibly for volunteering. Our approach is deliberately open so our employees are free to choose the focus of their voluntary work.

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