Lake District Estates | Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
Helping local communities and charities
By working together, we can help to create a better world for everyone
Our newly established Corporate Social Responsibility Committee aims to play a positive role in the local areas where Lake District Estates operates, by contributing with charitable donations and providing support to projects, groups, teams and individuals.
Community involvement in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is important because it helps to build stronger relationships between businesses and communities. It also helps to address social and environmental issues that are important to the community. This involvement can take many forms, including financial contributions to local projects and charities, and partnerships with local organisations.
Whether you're taking part in a marathon and looking for sponsorship, require funding for a charity event, or need support with an environmental project, we look forward to hearing from you.
What happens next? First, we'll let you know that your request has been received. Every quarter (the date of next meeting is below), the committee will meet and evaluate the request to determine whether it is feasible and aligns with our CSR policy. You will be notified of the outcome. We receive many requests of this nature, so please don’t be disheartened if you are not successful on this occasion. You are welcome to reapply at a later date.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions by emailing email@example.com.
Next meetings: Monday 30th October 2023 | Monday 29th January 2024 | Monday 29th April 2024
Latest news and projects
We are thrilled to announce that £150 was awarded to the Lake District Sheepdog Trails, Ings, towards event costs - http://www.ingsvillage.org.uk/news-sheepdog.php. Plus, we have become a sponsor of the Cumbria Cricket Sri Lanka Tour, awarding £1000. We are very proud that our logo will appear on the sleeves of the tour kit - https://cumbria-cricket.co.uk/sri-lanka-tour-2024/
(Top image courtesy of Steven Barber)