Bangkok: Wed 14-Nov-2018 07:15 (UTC+7)

Safe Child Thailand/BCCT Briefing: CSR in Thailand

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Date & Time: 13-Nov-2018 18:00  
Location: British Business Centre, BCCT office, 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road (Nearest BTS station: Ploenchit exit 5) 
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Member Cost: THB 0.00
Non-member Cost: THB 0.00
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Safe Child Thailand is a charity that has been working to safeguard children across Thailand from neglect, abuse and exploitation for 35 years. We are in a unique position, having worked in the country for 35 years, we have a wealth of knowledge, experience and research data to inform our work going forward. We truly believe that we can make a difference to the lives of children living in Thailand.

Safe Child Thailand will be conducting a CSR briefing session specially prepared for BCCT members and guests. We will talk about a handful of very successful CSR partnerships we currently hold with companies and explain why they have been both great for us as a charity but also really good for the businesses too. We will brief on CSR initiatives that they could consider rolling out in their own companies and also tell about the current CSR initiatives we are offering to companies who which to start formal partnerships with charities. One of SCT’s Trustees Steve Buckley (Chairman of the BCCT’s UK Group and former Director of Trade and Investment at the British Embassy in Bangkok) will also be attending the
Briefing.
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Event details: 

Date: Tuesday 13 November 2018 

Time: 
6.00 - 8.00 pm

Venue: 
British Business Centre, BCCT office, 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road 

Topic: 
"Corporate Social Responsibility in Thailand; Why it’s Great for Business"

Cost: 
Free of charge. Pre-registration is required. 

About the speaker: 

Gemma Shaw is the Head of Fundraising at Safe Child Thailand. She has been working in Fundraising for the past seven years and has managed CSR partnerships with the likes of The Body Shop, Olympus, Allan and Ovary, Thai Leisure Group and The Lady Boys of Bangkok. She has had experience of managing CSR partnerships both in the UK and the Thai context.