Charities can now apply for an award of up to £5,000 from the Matthew Good Foundation as Grants for Good fund increases by 50%
Hull, UK: The Matthew Good Foundation has increased the amount it will award through its established Grants for Good programme from £10,000 a quarter to £15,000. All shortlisted charities will receive higher amounts, and the award for the winning recipient each quarter will go up from £3,500 to £5000. The Matthew Good Foundation is […]
Social Value and Social Impact: Understanding the Differences
Today, there is an increasing focus on the impact that businesses have on society and the environment. This has led to the development of two key concepts: social value and social impact. These two terms are often used interchangeably, but it’s important to understand the differences between them. Social value refers to the positive impact […]
There’s no accounting for Social Impact
As the world turned its sights on Social Impact, demonstrated by businesses and companies in the last year or two, and the term ESG (Environmental Social Governance) became commonplace, businesses have started to build this into their new plans. Why? Because Investors and lenders were demanding evidence of activity Customers and consumers insisted […]
Social Impact or Social Unrest?
I look around at the myriad of pressures on society this month, ranging from the ever-higher home energy costs, car fuel costs, rising food prices, interest rate increases, and the apparent widening of the divide between those who can afford to live through this period, and those who will need help, and probably need to […]
Peter Schriewersmann works alongside Investors In Community to raise funds for ambulances for Ukraine.
Peter Schriewersmann, a partner in Hotel Anfield, launched his project on the Investors In Community platform to raise money for the purchase of a number of ambulances to gift to the Ukraine. The charitable giving platform, IIC, helps firms to find good causes that need help in their local area. As well as measure, record […]