Employee volunteering, where staff at all levels donate time and skills during work hours to tackle local social issues, is an effective and powerful way for businesses to invest in their people and local communities. Our vision is to make employee volunteering culturally normal.
A small ProHelp group runs in the West Midlands, with two members.
Birketts has had an office in Ipswich since its formation by Benjamin Birkett in 1863. They also have offices in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Norwich. Throughout their history their ethos has remained simple: to provide clear legal advice and value and insight to their clients.
BDO brings together talented people to provide audit, tax, advisory and other critical accounting services to ambitious businesses within the UK and worldwide.
Ashton KCJ were recently involved in helping the Ipswich and District Animal Welfare Centre in converting their charity into an incorporated charitable organisation, which involved several members of the firm providing their expertise, including employment and commercial property.
Early in 2015 ProHelp Suffolk met with Carol Gant, Director of Operations for an ambitious project to rejuvenate St Clement Church in Ipswich.
Ashton KCJ Solicitors have been a member of ProHelp Suffolk from its inception, and continue to offer support to charities and community groups throughout the region.
Learning disability charity 49 Lincoln Road has set up an IT suite with computers donated by Peterborough ProHelp member Buckles Solicitors LLP.
Project management support from Critical Action has helped move the Clifton Court Residents Association nearer their goal of a new communal extension for social events and activities.
When Orton Community Association needed help making their HR policies and procedures fit for purpose, Keeping HR Simple offered their expertise.
Youth theatre and creation group Care About You were given just the help they needed by Buckles Solicitors when they wanted advice on becoming a Community Interest Company.
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