04 February 2023
Wates Group video demonstrates our social value impact
Wates Group chose to work with our programme (then known as TutorMate) as part of their commitment to deliver and demonstrate social value impact to Rother District Council for their work on the Blackfriars development in the town.
The first of many construction companies to join us, we are excited that Wates volunteers are supporting the Chapter One programme in East Sussex schools again in 2022-23!
HOW CAN COMPANIES GET INVOLVED IN CHAPTER ONE?
Our virtual, time-efficient, flexible model for volunteering will enhance your company’s employee value proposition, whilst fulfilling CSR or social value commitments around education, social mobility and inclusion. Employees can:
- volunteer online directly from their desks with no travel
- make a direct impact on the lives of disadvantaged children
- support local communities across the UK
- improve their own well-being by helping others
- reconnect with your company’s social purpose
Chapter One comes to Cumbrian schools!Our highly collaborative partnership with Programme and Project Partners (PPP) in Cumbria has enabled us to launch in a new region in record time
Research & Evidence
Are your CSR/social value initiatives geographically focused?Is your social value/CSR place-based and needs-led? Could the private, public and third sector be better at collaborating to address local needs?
Research & Evidence
Ten reasons why Chapter One should feature in your CSR strategyThe need for our work is greater than ever as we expand Chapter One to more schools, in new regions, across the UK.
Why our company chose Chapter OneCisco's Sam Moylan-Heydt shares her perspective on Chapter One's online reading volunteer programme, both as a CSR manager, and a volunteer!
Why I volunteer - Christian Goldsmith, Morgan StanleyHear from Christian Goldsmith, Managing Director, about his experience of online volunteering
Teacher spotlight on David Taylor, year 1 teacher at Horton Grange Primary School, Bradford"I think the volunteers should know just how much of a difference they are making to these children’s lives."