Corporate Social Responsibility

CET STRUCTURES LTD is committed to working in partnership with its communities, and various charitable organisations as part of a giving back philosophy.

We have developed a number of short and long-term community investment strategies where everyone from employees to charity partners can benefit from participation between our business and our local communities.

We recognise that a mix of financial contributions, as well as actual involvement with time, skills and donations in kind are all beneficial when investing in charities and our communities.

We believe in demonstrating to our employees and our clients that we are responsive to the charities and community projects they most care about. We will actively seek to join with our clients on community and charitable projects.

Regional Offices

Our individual regional offices are encouraged to develop their own community initiatives such as work placements, workplace visits and donations, which they feel will aid and develop their own communities. Where there is a development need, we also encourage operational managers to help employees look at local mentoring or volunteering schemes, or to work with local schools.

Community Funding

In addition, as part of our long term vision to support our local communities we have established CET STRUCTURES LTD Community Funding to support local charities in and around the locations of our regional offices now and in the future.

The Community Funding focuses on supporting charities and voluntary groups within our working areas, with a particular focus on those charities working with families.

We aim to increase our understanding of the needs and issues of local charities by partnering with managed charitable trust funds, which will help us direct our efforts and resources to have a greater impact with the grants we award.

We will recognize individual efforts in this area by awarding an annual prize to an employee who has demonstrated empathy and practical action for our CSR policy

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