MyCSP gives share of profits and time to support ChildLine

27 Feb 2013

Set up as the first mutual joint venture out of UK central government, MyCSP is making a real difference to the lives of children and young people with the appointment of ChildLine as their corporate charity partner.

The employees of MyCSP own 25% of the business and they have elected to partner with ChildLine as their corporate charity of choice. The pension administrator will support the ChildLine service by donating time to volunteer on local challenge events and a percentage of company profits.

MyCSP, take their social responsibilities seriously and donate 1% of their net profits to charity; 80% of which will be donated to ChildLine in 2013.

This is the latest news to come out of MyCSP’s 1+1+1 Programme that is committed to giving:

o 1% of net profits to employee partners selected charities;

o 1% of partners’ time to engage directly in local charity and community projects and;

o 1% of total headcount to be offered for apprenticeships and interns.

John Campbell of MyCSP’s Employee Partnership Council commented:

“We are looking forward to supporting ChildLine's crucial service for children and young people through volunteering and donations to future fundraising events and awareness campaigns.”

Gemma Haines, NSPCC corporate partnership manager said:

“I’d like to say a huge thank you to the all the staff at MyCSP for supporting ChildLine, which is a service provided by the NSPCC. We are delighted to be chosen as one of MyCSP’s corporate charity partners. The support MyCSP provide will help ChildLine continue to be there for children and young people to talk to someone about concerns or worries they may have.”

MyCSP Employee Partners dedicated 303 hours to charity work last year and this will continue to grow in 2013.

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