Over £5,000 Raised For Our Charities This Year
Article posted on: 9th November 2016
At Clancy Consulting people are our greatest asset. As a respected and market leading provider of multi-disciplinary engineering services in the UK we strive to foster strong relationships with the people who we work with whether they are colleagues, clients, other professionals, suppliers or the local community.
We embrace our responsibility to support the development of the built environment though the delivery of ethical and sustainable projects that help to enrich today’s communities and the lives of those that live within them.
This is part of our wider commitment to social responsibility and includes our strong social conscience in key areas such as diversity, environment and sustainability, working within the community and the quality of life of our staff and their families.
In terms of our environment and sustainability, as a continual standard we take a responsible viewpoint on the activities we embark on, both in the work we do for our clients and the way we work in our own environment. We are also committed to equal opportunities and recognise the importance of a work life balance and how proactively supporting this benefits all. Our staff have a robust support network and environment that recognises the importance of balance.
Our work in the community represents another area of our corporate responsibility, we believe we help make a difference by engaging with our communities. We support local education and charities in terms of time and resources. Our staff regularly participate in education initiatives both within local schools and in our offices. We also fundraise for multiple charities both nationwide and local.
This year we have raised over £5,000 for charities. A large proportion of this was raised through donations for our Clancy Bike Ride for Alzheimer’s, which was such a success that we have already set the date for the 2017 event. Amongst others we have also raised money for Anthony Nolan Trust through completing the Rough Runner challenge and Macmillan Cancer Charity by hosting a coffee morning.
Our involvement with local educational institutions this year specifically has involved supporting two local football teams; Timperley Villa, South Manchester and St Johns, Tamworth. We have also advertised within a local school’s charity calendar. In addition, our HR Manager, Jane is involved with educational institutions careers fairs, career days at local schools and is also a founding member of the Technician Apprenticeship Consortium (TAC).
Our dedication to our corporate responsibility has recently been recognised by NCE100 Companies, as we were shortlisted as a finalist for the Best Place to Work and Diversity Champion award. As well as being ranked 22 in NCE Top 100 Companies in the NCE100 Awards 2016. We have also been listed as a Top 50 Building Good Employer for the last five consecutive years.