£66,000 of donations for local causes from MyCSP

20 Jan 2019

Liverpool-based pension provider, MyCSP, through its Commuinity Fund donated £66,000 to 62 different fundraising campaigns during 2018.  

MyCSP contributes to good causes selected by its employees. And since the Community Fund’s launch, it has donated £170,000 to to 159 different causes in the Merseyside area and beyond.

Giving employees the opportunity to choose how the money is distributed has led to many personal causes being supported including the Woodland Voluntary Group, Beechwood Cancer Care and the Sepsis Trust.

MyCSP employees have also benefited from the fund including Robert Allerston, 29, from Everton, who was awarded £2,500 to enable him to compete at the Cerebral Palsy World Athletic Games.  Also,  Chris and Alex Berwick-Bryce secured £600 towards the cost of taking their rugby team, Team Triton, to the gay rugby union tournament in Amsterdam.  

David Boardman, Director of Communications and Engagement, comments: “At MyCSP we take our social responsibilities seriously. Supporting our employees, the local community and good causes is an important part of our ethos.”

2018 also saw MyCSP celebrate one if its most successful years’ to date, winning a hattrick of awards at the Corporate Content awards as well as being shortlisted for a further eight awards.  Additionally, MyCSP were awarded Investors in People Gold in recognition for the ‘value they place on employees’, Customer Service Excellence accreditation for the high quality customer service they provide, and PASA accreditation, the gold standard in pension administration.

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