Healthy Communities

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Eight companies from across Wales have been announced as the overall category winners in the Wales Responsible Busines Awards 2018, sponsored by Swansea University School of Management.
People, Places and Pride is a practical toolkit which summarises and shares the experience and learning of Healthy High Streets programme between 2014-2017.



Speaking on the first day of Responsible Business Week, the First Minister Carwyn Jones called on responsible companies of all sizes and sectors to help deliver inclusive economic growth for all communities in Wales.
Business in the Community’s The Prince’s Business Emergency Resilience Group is launching a new tool to help small businesses prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies such as flooding, fire and cyberattacks
Business in the Community in Scotland has over a decade's experience of delivering a wide variety of employee volunteering services which channel skills, experience and enthusiasm directly from the workplace into local communities to great effect.
Companies achieving the CommunityMark recognise that investing time, skills and resource into communities not only benefits those communities but bring long-term sustainable returns for their company.
With a focus on social sustainability, businesses can positively impact their own future growth, value and profits. The approach outlined in this report offers a methodology to achieve this.
This document summaries the key social impact measurement methodologies and tools that could help businesses to track, measure or articulate the social and economic benefits of their activities.