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‘At Salt, we are driven to be the leaders in the digital industry and to achieve this we rely on our IDEAS foundations that make up our company identity and our commitment to delivering digital transformation while contributing to the environment around us.
Our vision is to create futures not just by connecting talent with business but contributing to getting people back into the workforce and ensuring the environment we operate in is sustainable for the future.’
In 2017, we formally launched our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives globally. Each of our offices regularly chooses local charities or causes to support through volunteering and fundraising programs. As well as looking to their immediate ecosystem to see what changes we can make to the betterment and sustainability of the environment.
If you have any questions around Salt’s global CSR initiatives please email firstname.lastname@example.org
– Salties took part or lead 21 CSR events globally
– Collectively we raised up to £10,000
– Supported 18 different charities
– Countless hours and money raised
The Hong Kong team undertook their first of many CSR activities! They went to Food Angel’s kitchen and helped the charity pack delicious food. Food Angel’s mission is: “WASTE NOT, HUNGER NOT, WITH LOVE.” Together, with other volunteers, the Hong Kong team packed around 1500 lunch boxes, which is an incredible success. 70% of the boxes…
Last month, my wonderful colleague Lauren introduced Salt HQ to South London Cares through the enjoyable method of a Pub Quiz. Team names were strong, there was a tie break, lots of laughter and money being raised for what I have discovered to be a wonderful cause. What is “South London Cares”? “South London…
Salt New Zealand have been fans of Eat My Lunch since they started their mission to ensure that no child goes hungry. A social enterprise, committed to making a real difference in our community, they have a simple plan – for every lunch you buy, they give a lunch to a Kiwi kid who would otherwise…