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.
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In Cambodia, clothes retailers intervened to stop violent repression of protests for better labour conditions in factories.
Nearly £10 million has been distributed via CAF to charities by retailers including Aldi, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s since October 2015.
Sainsbury’s will be using #givingtuesday as an opportunity to highlight all the ways they support their communities.
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.
Keep up-to-date with campaigns we run such as #givingtuesday as well as the latest news, events, and industry insights.
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Sumeet Randhawa is our Corporate Client Manager. Sumeet specialises in working with the retail industry to maximise their philanthropy and corporate responsibility strategy.
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