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Churchill launches Make One Change sustainability campaign

Churchill has introduced its latest sustainability and wellbeing initiative, Make One Change, to encourage staff to change something about their lifestyle that will benefit either their own personal wellbeing, or the environment around them.

  • To help make staff more aware of their environmental impact, both locally and globally.
  • To encourage the awareness of and focus on mental wellbeing, both at work and personally.
  • To help staff engage in wider sustainability initiatives across the Group.

The suggested changes can vary from purchasing a reusable bottle (instead of plastic), swapping throw-away carrier bags for reusable totes, and walking or taking public transport instead of driving, to name a few. Although these are all small changes to make individually, the hope is that the Make One Change campaign will encourage employees company-wide to engage, therefore creating a vast impact.

Churchill has been taking considerable steps towards bettering its impact on the environment, including shifting towards chemical-free cleaning products, and partnering with organisations such as Surfers Against Sewage to fight plastic pollution and Kids Against Plastic to help raise awareness and reduce single-use plastics. Additional sustainability programmes will be revealed throughout the coming months.

Churchill is committed to doing the right thing for its people, its environment and the causes surrounding the company. With the launch of this campaign, Churchill staff will be able to work collaboratively to make (at least) one small change together, to help make a wider impact on the world around them.

Keep up with the activity on Twitter at @Churchill_Group.