Here at Celtic Financial we believe we can all do business, but we think it’s important to do business in the right way. For us this means respecting the local environment and the community in which we work in, for this reason we have created our own corporate social responsibility mandate.
In addition we are keen to promote local businesses, as such we have created the Celtic Community Network, a not for profit business networking group that meets every two weeks in Mold. Here we share expertise, ideas and connections allowing us to help improve business within the local economy. Visit www.celticcommunity.co.uk to find out more.
Our Corporate Social Responsibility Mandate:
For every new client that invests within our model portfolio service we will donate and plant a native British tree. We hope just like your pension and investments this tree will grow well into the future, helping to offset our carbon footprint and become a token of your relationship with Celtic Financial for years to come.
Where we can, we will look to stock Fairtrade products such as tea and coffee. We want to ensure the money we spend goes to help those who need the support and allows everyone to have a fair deal.
We are keen to support and promote recycled products. Where possible we will look to source paper that’s 100% recycled for items such as business stationery.
Community and Charity Funds
Not only do our team regularly take part in charitable and community events / projects, we have also created a fund where charities and communities can bid each year to receive the proceeds to support their local cause, we aim to commit at least £1,000 each year.
Working in the community
We donate alot of time each year to engage with our local community, below are some images from our recent charity work, engaging with the community and caring for our local environment.
We are very proud because of this work to be shortlisted for the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Ethical – Green Business of the Year 2019. This recognition gives us more energy to make a difference!