Spiritmedia believes that good business starts with good people doing good and giving back, as this helps to drive the fundamentals of success.  From donating presents at Christmas and contributing to food banks, to offering and encouraging company health and fitness initiatives we set our goals high when it comes to the well-being of our team, our clients and their communities.

To support our community and our teams passion to ‘do their best’ we are supporting 4 key charities that all have a personal tie to everyone at Spiritmedia: MS Society, Alzheimer Scotland, CCLASP and Leith Theatre.

Please help us to support these great causes and find out what each does and maybe even clicking and donating.  All the money raised will help to benefit some really great causes and give back to the community.

 

Community and Charity Objectives

  • Contribute to the overall Spiritmedia business strategy.
  • To make a positive difference to the communities and organisations around us.
  • Enhance our reputation as a responsible company with external stakeholders at local, regional and national level.
  • Encourage volunteering participation from our employees, to contribute to employees personal and professional development and enhance employee engagement.
  • Encourage charitable giving.

FIVE REASONS TO GIVE TO CHARITY

1 GIVING TO CHARITY MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD

2 GIVING TO CHARITY STRENGTHENS PERSONAL VALUES

3 GIVING IS MORE IMPACTFUL THAN EVER.

4 GIVING TO CHARITY INTRODUCES YOUR CHILDREN TO THE IMPORTANCE OF GENEROSITY

5 GIVING TO CHARITY ENCOURAGES FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO DO THE SAME

 

MS Society 

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurological condition, that means it affects your nerves. You get it when your immune system isn’t working properly. Your immune system normally protects you by fighting off infection, but in MS it attacks your nerves by mistake.

 

Alzheimer Scotland

Alzheimer Scotland provides a wide range of specialist services for people with dementia and their carers. We offer personalised support services, community activities, information and advice, at every stage of the dementia journey.

CCLASP

CCLASP provide specialist and tailored support to families across Scotland.

Childhood cancer and leukaemia not only affects the lives of children and young people but touches parents, siblings, and the broader family.

 

Leith Theatre

Our ambition is to provide Arts, Education and Events of the highest quality in the Leith Theatre complex.
Our aim is to return the building to a use which will add value to the Leith Community and generate business in the area.T

 

Why support charities?