It’s National Volunteer’s Week and the Programme and Project Partners are taking the opportunity to say thank you and shine a light on some of the incredible voluntary work that takes place thanks to its 'Timebank' initiative.
Ashleigh Williamson, a third-year project management apprentice at Sellafield Ltd, tells us how she became involved in the #Cando programme and how this will benefit the youngsters in our community.
Investing in future generations maintains the lifeblood of our workforce and the local community. Sellafield Ltd’s head of corporate affairs, Jamie Reed, looks at how investing in schools and education projects today has benefits for us all tomorrow.
In my experience, one of the biggest frustrations of the community and organisations that represent the community is being told what is needed to improve an area. "Here's what you need" is the very last thing that we as an organisation should say to our local communities. In this post I explain why.
Sellafield Ltd's head of community and development Gary McKeating explains why investing beyond Sellafield, in sectors like tourism, is good business.
A recent report found that 67% of employees expect their company to play their part in tackling social issues. As we launch a refresh of our social impact strategy, Social impact, multiplied, our head of internal communications Helen Connolly, spoke with some of our employees about what social impact means to them.
Sellafield Ltd's Chief Executive, Martin Chown tells us why social impact is good business.
Gary McKeating, Sellafield Ltd’s head of community and development, tells us what social impact is and the reasons behind the change in our approach.