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Thomson Reuters – Proud to Support Children’s Hospice South West

written by Editor, 23 June 2016

Guest blog by, Amanda Magri Overend, Digita Marketing Executive

Children's Hospice South West

At Thomson Reuters, we all have a shared responsibility to do business in ways that respect, protect and benefit our customers, employees, communities, suppliers and environment. This responsibility informs everything we do to support Our People, Our Markets and Our World.

For two years running the Thomson Reuters tax and accounting UK professional business has sponsored Children’s Hospice South West.
Along with regular in-house charity events, Thomson Reuters sponsored the Rainbow Run which took place on Saturday 11th June. Participants walked, jogged and ran their way through 5k of colour explosions!
Check out our Rainbow Run video to discover all the exciting fun activities!

Rainbow Run

By focusing our efforts on events like the Rainbow Run we hope to really make a difference and as Childrens Hospice South West would say, ‘Every penny – and every smile – you help us to raise makes a big difference to the children and families who need our services’.
Have you thought about adopting Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in your business?
Companies that demonstrate their commitment to various causes are perceived as less selfish than companies whose CSR endeavors are nonexistent.
CSR provides many advantages to companies while also benefiting society. Companies which adopt CSR initiatives may obtain the following business processes into their business:
1.    Boosts employee engagement.
2.    Strengthens public image and enhances brand value.
3.    Increases customer loyalty.
How a company practices CSR can help to reflect its values to society. Therefore by managing CSR initiatives you can really make a difference!


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