Corporate Social Responsibility

Inemmo Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

The inemmo approach to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is to use our expertise, and partnerships to create a positive impact not just in the UK but around the globe. We believe that being socially and environmentally responsible is good for our planet as a whole, and essential to the long-term sustainability of our business.

Inemmo’s CSR strategy prioritises the issues that are most important to our business partners and the areas where we believe we can realistically make the greatest contribution in terms of time and resource.

The Inemmo ‘Levelling-Up’ Coaching and Mentoring Programme

Inemmo runs a successful ‘levelling up’ coaching programme with the explicit purpose of supporting young people, who face inequalities and discrimination of all types.

The coaching begins with weekly sessions but gradually decreases with growth of the mentee’s confidence. An ongoing assessment of needs shapes the frequency of all coaching interventions. There is no financial cost to the young people who participate in inemmo’s ‘Levelling-Up’ program. The program has been integral to the development of their resilience, self-awareness, emotional intelligence, self-leadership, accountability, and career advancement. The program has greatly expanded since its inception in 2018. Inemmo directors Joy Maitland and Atiya Sheikh remain committed to meeting each individual where they are, and to helping them get to where they want, or need to be.

View interviews with coachees here: ‘The Levelling-Up Interviews’

 

CHARITIES AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS WE SUPPORT

Plane Saver Credit Union

Plane Saver Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial co-operative, owned and controlled by its members. They offer an easy way to save and borrow. Profits are reinvested into the credit union to help provide more affordable services and to pay dividends to members. “

Our Contribution: Time

The Limehouse Project

The Limehouse Project (LHP) has worked to respond to the needs of minority communities throughout the London Borough of Tower Hamlets for over 25 years. Our aim is to alleviate the difficulties and help realise the aspirations of the most disadvantaged members of local communities, with an especial focus on women, all peoples of ethnic minority origin and those for whom English is not a first language.”

Our Contribution: Time and Consultancy

Code Your Future

“CodeYourFuture (CYF) is a UK based non-profit organisation that trains some of the most deprived members of society to become web developers and helps them to find work in the tech industry. “

Our Contribution: Time and Consultancy

The Institute of Leadership & Management

“The Institute of Leadership & Management is a professional membership body for leaders and managers. Its stated mission is to inspire great leadership – everywhere.”

Our Contribution: Time

The Amos Bursary

“The Amos Bursary is dedicated to empowering state educated British young men of African and Caribbean heritage to realise their career ambitions. We work in partnership with volunteers and supporters to deliver programmes that help our students achieve successful performance at university, and enhance their ability to thrive in a competitive world.”

Our Contribution: Time, Consultancy and Monetary Donation

EKAYA Housing Association

“Ekaya Housing Association is a not for profit organisation, with over 25 years of experience providing housing and accommodation support to predominately black and ethnic minority women and their families in South London.”

Our Contribution: Time

MOSAIC

“Founded by HRH The Prince of Wales, Mosaic inspires young people from deprived communities to realise their talents and potential. Mosaic’s mentoring programmes in schools and prisons are delivered by volunteers and lift the aspirations of young people and close the gap between those aspirations and their attainment.”

Our Contribution: Time

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