Corporate Philanthropy

SPOTLIGHT ON RETAIL

The retail industry is increasingly having a positive impact on civil society. From plastic bag levy funded charitable schemes to peace keeping in Cambodia, we explore retail and philanthropy.

Plastic bag levy raises almost £10million for charities via CAF

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ENGAGING EMPLOYEES AND CONSUMERS

We work with some of the leading retail companies in the world including Sainsbury's, H & M and ASOS and are committed to providing leading, trusted expertise to our retail clients including:

  • Disbursing £10 million worth of carrier bag levy funds through new and existing community programs for supermarkets
  • Providing grants for local communities on behalf of high street retailers and supermarkets
  • Establishing payroll giving and matching schemes for supermarkets, luxury retailers and high street retailers
  • Supporting with employee and customer fundraising as well as assisting with charity partnerships, providing advice led support for retailers
  • Supporting retailers to make international donations to charities

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SPOTLIGHT ON RETAIL

Beyond Integrity

In Cambodia, clothes retailers intervened to stop violent repression of protests for better labour conditions in factories.

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The local legacy of the plastic bag levy

We explore why it is essential for retailers to adjust and further develop to maximise the impact of their community programmes.

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Sainsbury's does good stuff!

Sainsbury’s will be using #givingtuesday as an opportunity to highlight all the ways they support their communities.

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MAXIMISING THE IMPACT OF THE PLASTIC BAG LEVY

We partner with major retailers to manage the funds generated by the plastic bag levy

We work with major retailers such as Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury's and Aldi to help them establish new and build on existing community programmes from funds generated by the plastic bag levy.

If you would like to find out more about how we could work with your company, please contact us or visit our plastic bag levy page.   

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PAYROLL GIVERS IN RETAIL

Payroll Giver from ASOS

Taylor, a Delivery Resolutions Specialist at ASOS, has a very personal motivation behind his Payroll Giving. He gives to 14 different causes through CAF Give As You Earn.

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Payroll Giver from GAP

“I started contributing £5 a month to Mencap which seemed a small amount for me to be able to give monthly but would add up over time and support the charity.”

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Payroll Giver from Tesco

"I'm part of this wonderful scheme! I give to a charity that supports people that suffer from MS as unfortunately my granny had it. I give through payroll as it's just so handy.”

Why is Payroll Giving important

Corporate responsibility advisory services

GROWING YOUR IMPACT

Our team help responsible business become an invaluable source for social good.

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RETAIL INSIGHT BLOGS

Importance of Payroll Giving


Find out how retailers like Tesco, who engages almost 16,000 employees to donate monthly through CAF Give As You Earn, are using Payroll Giving to make a real impact.

8 steps towards localism


The increasing cultural shift towards localism and how businesses can build a stronger connection within the communities they operate in is explored.

The power of people in purpose


Janek, CAF Corporate Advisor, explains how essential people are in developing an authentic, compelling sense of brand purpose.

CONTACT US

Sumeet Randhawa

Corporate Client Manager

Sumeet Randhawa is our Corporate Client Manager. Sumeet specialises in working with the retail industry to maximise their philanthropy and corporate responsibility strategy.

Sumeet Randhawa
Corporate Client Manager

T: 03000 123 272
M: 07887051520
E: srandhawa@cafonline.org


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