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Bircham Dyson Bell (BDB) LLP and Pitmans LLP merged on 1 December 2018 to become BDB Pitmans LLP. More details can be found here

We aim to integrate CSR into everything that we do.

By combining the talents and efforts of our people, our goal is an effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programme which will have an impact on the community, environment, work place and market place.

As a responsible business, we are committed to conducting business in a socially responsible manner. Our goal is to integrate CSR into everything that we do.

We recognise that there is an appropriate role for business in helping to tackle some of the issues affecting our society. We also recognise that employee volunteering, offering our services for free, and organising charitable fundraising initiatives, creates valuable opportunities for personal development and teamwork.

Employee Nominated Charity

BDB Pitmans have a dedicated CSR group, along with charity giving groups to give back to our local community and beyond.

We frequently organise and co-ordinate fund raising events and activities throughout the year to raise money for our employee nominated charities.

Some of our recent fundraising activities include raffles, quiz nights and Yoga & Pilates classes.

Over the past year alone, BDB Pitmans have raised over £16,000 for our chosen charities.

Over the past year alone, BDB Pitmans have raised over £16,000 for our chosen charities.

We are currently raising money for the following charities:

The Passage

The Passage runs London’s largest voluntary sector resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people: each day they help up to 200 men and women. Their mission is to provide resources which encourage, inspire and challenge homeless people to transform their lives.

Sport in Mind

Sport in Mind is an independent Berkshire mental health sports charity formed in Reading in 2011 to use sport and physical activity to help aid the recovery of people experiencing mental health problems and encourage individuals to move their lives forward in a positive direction. Their vision is to make sport and physical activity accessible to anyone experiencing mental health problems. Their mission is to use sport to promote mental well-being and enrich the lives of people experiencing mental health problems through the provision of regular inclusive sport and exercise sessions.

Barts Charity

Barts Charity works alongside the Barts Health NHS Trust Group of hospitals and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry in order to support world-leading research, state-of-the-art equipment and innovative healthcare projects. St. Bartholomew’s Hospital mainly focuses on cardiac and cancer patients and with the funding from Barts Charity they have been able to save lives with robotic surgery equipment and ‘Saturn’ cancer equipment both of which deliver the most accurate treatment.

War Child

War child is a non-governmental organisation which provides assistance to children experiencing conflict and the aftermath of conflict. Their charity seeks to protect, educate and stand up for the rights

 

 

Community Volunteering and Charitable Donations

Environmental Policy

The Firm is committed to providing a safe, healthy and attractive working environment for our employees, visitors and others living or working in the immediate vicinity.

Information about our environmental objectives and performance can be obtained by contacting our Environmental Manager, who would also welcome any observations you may have on the environmental aspects of our business.

We will continually strive to improve our environmental performance and in particular we will:

  • Seek to ensure compliance with existing and future legislation and any other initiatives or requirements to which the firm subscribes including BS EN ISO14001:2015.
  • Work with relevant external bodies and our own staff to continually improve our environmental performance, prevent pollution and maintain safe and healthy working conditions.
  • Identify and seek to reduce any harmful environmental effects which arise from our business.
  • Minimise, re-use and recycle all materials wherever practicable.
  • Provide environmental training for our staff, and encourage them to apply good environmental practice, both at work and at home.
  • Discuss environmental issues regularly at the highest management levels of the organisation, and take authoritative action as necessary.
  • Review and revise this policy as necessary at regular intervals.
  • Our environmental management system will enable us to monitor our environmental performance, and help us achieve demanding environmental performance objectives.
  • These objectives will be set and reviewed annually and will be measurable.

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