About This SHMA Talks
Wednesday 18 January 2023 | 09:30 - 10:00
With the UK committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, pressure is mounting for companies to ensure their business is both profitable and purposeful for their people and our planet.
But there is a changing face of charity partnerships. Are long term relationships with two-way benefits more meaningful for all involved than the traditional, transactional, ad-hoc fundraising?
In our latest SHMA Talks, our CEO Sarah Walker-Smith we hosted a discussion on the key issues shaping the sustainability agenda, what it means to be “responsible” in the current climate, and where can we add more value in a non-traditional way?
We were delighted to be joined by our panellists:
Holly Gray, Head of Managed Partnerships – WWF-UK
Mhairi Littlewood, Campaign Manager – Better Business Act
Catherine Rustomji, Head of Charities – Shakespeare Martineau
Bhavesh Patel, Solicitor at Lime Solicitors and co-founder of Storyteller
Key Topics Covered
Key issues shaping the sustainability agenda
What it means to be "responsible in the current climate
Where can we add more value in a non traditional way?
Who Should Attend
Business owners and those with responsibility for CSR, sustainability and responsible business within their organisations
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