The inaugural Real Business Philanthropic 30 in March 2017 produced a list of what it called the "most caring" companies in Britain.
The leading online business magazine focused on SME companies building corporate social responsibility (CSR) into their DNA.
Freeformers was proud to be named alongside a host of other innovative and socially-minded peers with one judge Ellie Hale, associate at CAST (Centre for Acceleration of Social Technology), explaining:
"There is an accelerating shift around people’s perception of the purpose of business, as being not only to generate profits but also to improve and contribute back to society, engaging with stakeholder communities as it does so. Part of this is driven by employees, who want to align their careers with their values."
This view echoes the ethos and mission of Freeformers with Real Business recognising us for our work training thousands of young people in digital skills for free.
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