Category for accredited charities
My Life My Choice is a self-advocacy organisation, whose vision is a world where people with learning disabilities are treated without prejudice, and are able to have choice and control over their own lives. They provide independent support for people with learning disabilities, make sure that the views of people with learning disabilities are taken […]
Elinor Middleton, CEO: “Starfish Greathearts Foundation UK is delighted to become a charity accredited by the Good Business Charter. We are proud to be part of a growing number of organisations that have committed to promoting and implementing good business practices, as a small charity that recognises the importance of such values and practices in […]
ASB Help is a registered charity in England and Wales set up to provide advice and support to victims of anti-social behaviour. ASB Help aims to provide information and advice to interested parties and members of the public involved with and suffering from anti-social behaviour. We believe there is a clear need for coordinated information […]
The Real Junk Food Project are the UK’s largest environmental charity who redistribute surplus food from right across the food industry. They feed schools, organisations in the third sector and individuals as well as offering bespoke catering for corporate events, weddings and other celebratory events.
Katie Greene, Partnerships Director: “Acts 435 helps, through a local network of churches and charities, to reach those in poverty throughout the UK with fast, financial help. We’re proud to have joined the Good Business Charter to demonstrate that our ethos for peoples’ well-being runs not only through our work but also through the way […]
Simon Morritt, Chief Executive, York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: “I am delighted that we are the first NHS trust nationally to be recognised and accredited by the Good Business Charter, which demonstrates the values that we believe in and our commitment to responsible and good business practices.”
Paul Kissack, Chief Executive of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust: “It is exciting to see York leading the way in championing the Good Business Charter. We are proud to be able to sign up to this new charter as we know all employers have a key role to play in loosening […]