Read more about our values in our Code of Ethics.
Our members and staff have organised several Charity Committee events across all our spaces to support a local charity of their choice. From film screenings and panel discussions, comedy evenings, Bingo nights, or pub quizzes, the diversity of events is the result of the work and creativity of each committee. The charity committees have raised a total of £11,322 and the charities they’ve supported so far are: Rescue, Hand Up Foundation, Crisis, Reach Out UK, Sport in Mind, Future Dreams, Key 4 Life, Bread Winners, We Love MCR, Hackney Winter Shelter, and SHP.
In 2021, we’ve decided to donate £5 for every member who joins Work.Life. All donations will go to one of our selected charities (which our members get to choose from). We carefully selected two charities in line with our company values to support for the year. We also select an additional two charities to choose from each quarter; one which is in response to recent events or disasters and one which is close to someone’s heart (the Work.Life community pick). Our chosen charities for 2021 are:
We believe that our social and environmental impact is as important as our commercial performance. To prove it, we’ve set ourselves the goal to become BCorp certified in 2021, so we’re currently making fundamental, long lasting changes to our business. Find out more about BCorp here.
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Meet our Non-executive Advisory Board:
Ian Marcus has 32 years experience in the banking industry within Real Estate. He was previously Managing Director and Chairman of the Credit Suisse European Real Estate Investment Banking Group
Susan Freeman is Real Estate Partner at Mishcon de Reya and was ranked 31 out of 100 individuals singled out for their contribution to PropTech 2016.
Jeroen Van Den Berge is Director at Middle 8 Capital, focused on SME buyouts, and Principal at Bain & Company. He was previously MD at Regus.