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We want to be part of the people supporting those in need

In direct response to the pandemic, our charity, Shared Interest Foundation, has relaunched its Livelihood Security Fund. Here, Programme Manager, Kodzo Korkortsi, based in Ghana, shares with us his thoughts on announcing the first beneficiary.

UNDERSTANDING THE DEEPER IMPACT OF NESTLÉ’S DECISION

Shared Interest Managing Director, Patricia Alexander, shares her thoughts on Nestlé’s announcement that as of October, KitKat bars in the UK and Ireland will no longer be certified Fairtrade.

Why our Livelihood Security Fund is now more relevant than ever

As the global impact of Covid-19 continues to unfold, it remains unclear how developing world communities will cope with the health, economic, and social hardship caused. Our Livelihood Security Fund can help.

How do we help supply chains survive Covid-19?

Cristina Talens joined the Shared Interest Board of Directors earlier this year, and has provided the following insight into the challenges faced by producers and buyers in light of the current pandemic.

How much difference can be made by supporting communities

This Volunteers' Week gives us further opportunity to thank our volunteers for all that they do. Here, we hear from Gosia, who tells us about her motivations for getting involved.

Saying thank you to our Volunteers

Our Volunteer Engagement Manager, Sally Seddon, explains why we appreciate what our volunteers do every single day, and how we say an extra special thank you during Volunteer’s Week (1-7 June) each year.

What it means to be a NatWest Impact Management Champion

We have been discussing with the NatWest SE100 team about what it means to be chosen as a 2020 Impact Management Champion, especially in light of current circumstances.

MY DISPLAY OF SHARED INTEREST THROUGH THE YEARS

We were delighted with the responses received from our recent knolling project. Our UK-wide network of volunteers were invited to create a photographic display of items that have inspired them. Here, Kathryn explains her own personal selection.

A SHARING SPIRIT

As the world faces disruption due to Covid-19, we have been keeping in touch with our customers. We are hearing so many inspiring stories about how they are working through these times of hardship.

SPARKING SHARED INTEREST MEMORIES

This is the second in a series of blog posts about our volunteer knolling project. Knolling is a photographic method, sometimes referred to as a 'flat lay'. It is basically a birds-eye view of items grouped together to tell a story.