Getting business on side to transform the world

Farzana is the Head of Major Gifts and Philanthropy at CAFOD. She introduces her open reflection on the role of the private sector for the common good and invites us to join it.

At CAFOD, my team and I are called to work with supporters who are looking to partner with us to reach those who need our help the most.

Corporate partnerships are a mutually enriching way to engage with CAFOD, donating as an organization to fund life-saving work while achieving client and employee engagement.

Corporate donations, company-matched giving and fundraising as an organisation are great ways to bring about positive change directly from our workplace.

Find out how your organisation can get involved with CAFOD

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When football falls in love with the planet

Carolina Serra is a Corporate Partnerships Manager at CAFOD. She reflects on the recent victory of the Forest Green Rovers Football Club (FGR), the greenest football club in the world, and how this also means a victory for our common home

Forest Green Rovers Football Club raise the cup
Forest Green Rovers Football Club is the world’s greenest football club. Photo by Adam Rivers.

I am not really a sporty person and certainly I am not the most knowledgeable person when it comes to football.

However, on Sunday 14 May 2017 something special happened in the English football world and I want to celebrate it. Forest Green Rovers won the National League promotion final, jumping to the English Football League.

FGR is one of the oldest football clubs in England. Most importantly, after being acquired by CAFOD’s corporate partner Ecotricity in 2010, they have become the greenest football club in the world – and the only vegan club in the entire sport.

Find more about CAFOD’s partnership with Ecotricity

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