CSR at LACE
Established in 2019, our corporate social responsibility (CSR) team was created to better support the causes we care about and develop initiatives to support our local community.
Connecting with and supporting communities local to our London office and further afield, projecting the values of our team and organisation. Our mission is to actively care and elevate others.
Diversity and Inclusion
At LACE we are committed to fostering a sense of belonging and empowerment in our diverse team and carry this with us to our clients. Our CSR team actively supports this providing opportunities to learn celebrate diversity and consciously include all.
We are passionate about caring for the planet we live in and actively promote a culture of environmental responsibility on both a corporate and individual level.
Meet this year’s charities:
The Trussell Trust is an organisation responsible for trying to fundraise, research and help end hunger across the UK. They are on a mission to try and stop the need for food banks across the country as well as to help raise awareness of the spreading homelessness issue. Founded in 1997 they have steadily grown and today they support 1,200 food bank services across the UK.
If you would like to donate to help their cause or just to read further into their organisation, click the link here.
More than eight million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean each year. Ocean Generation combines Plastic Ocean’s decade-long experience of science and storytelling with the youth collective, Ocean Generation Foundation. Starting with ‘A Plastic Ocean’ documentary – praised by Sir David Attenborough as “one of the most important films of our time” – Ocean Generation is now growing an inclusive global movement to tackle Ocean threats. If you would like to look into the charity further, you can do so at the Link here.
Second Chance Childrens Charity
Founded in 1984 by founder and present chief Doug Hulme, it was originally known by the name “The Foster an Angler”, because it took children from poor backgrounds (such as from abusive or neglected backgrounds) camping and fishing. Uniquely, despite their now national reach it still takes the youngsters fishing and uses it to establish meaningful connections and lines of communication between the youngsters and the volunteers.
Many of the people who are brought into the program from a young age, later tend to come back and volunteer as counsellors, thus showing the positive effects of the program. To read further on this topic or to donate visit the link here.