During 2015 Atrium staff got involved in many CSR and charitable activities.
In December Atrium staff participated in the London Santa Dash (8th December) raising money for the Brainwave Centre.
They also donned their best Christmas Jumpers for the Text Santa Christmas Jumper day, 18th December, raising money in aid of the Make a Wish Foundation, Macmillan Cancer Support and Save the Children.
In October we held a Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise money for the Cancer Charity;
In September Atrium staff donned their running gear again for the Teach First River Run challenge; Teach First aim to end educational inequality.
In August Atrium's Steve Fowler attempted the Three Peaks Challenge, raising money for The Eve Appeal and his local Scout Pack.
In July 20 Atrium staff participated in the Chartered Great City Race raising funds and awareness for the charity Seeing is Believing who work to eliminate avoidable blindness and visual impairment.
In May 5 colleagues took part in the Xchanging Bike Ride, joining over 200 London Market Professionals in the South Downs National Park, the event raised over £20,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Through this event Atrium separately raised over £600 for CLIC Sargent which helps children and young people with cancer.
The overall commercial, social and personal benefits of Corporate Social Responsibility complement our business ethics, conduct and corporate values.
Get in touch: For more information speak to our CSR team;