Corporate philanthropy and the purpose-driven workplace

Today marks 103 years since the death of Andrew Carnegie, the famous philanthropist. To mark the occasion, we asked Julie Wynne, Chair of the STEP Philanthropy Advisors Special Interest Group, to write a blog on one of today’s hot topics: corporate philanthropy – and how companies can create a purpose-driven workplace that truly gives back to society.… Read More Corporate philanthropy and the purpose-driven workplace

Practitioner perspective: We need to work together to help vulnerable clients

Vulnerability is not synonymous with poverty or age, it can happen to anyone, at any time. While I have been interested in vulnerability for many years, it was the development of my firm’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy, with the theme, ‘vulnerability and combating financial abuse,’ that really crystallised my desire to develop my technical… Read More Practitioner perspective: We need to work together to help vulnerable clients