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Research shows that employees who volunteer are more satisfied with their jobs and have higher levels of overall well-being. Engaging in meaningful volunteer work can boost employee morale, job satisfaction, and loyalty towards their employer. It can also attract and retain top talent.

At Concern, employee engagement programmes have been established as a great way to make employees feel a part of the larger community as well as align their personal beliefs and values with that of their organisation. Engaged employees are more motivated, satisfied, and committed to their work. 

This creates a close-knit work environment and is a fantastic opportunity for employees across professional levels and functions to connect. When employees feel connected, valued, and supported, it fosters a sense of belonging, camaraderie and shared purpose. This positive culture enhances teamwork, communication and collaboration. Thus creating a thriving and supportive work environment.

Employee engagement activities leverage the power of business for social good. We work closely with organisations to conceptualise and manage employee volunteering programmes that are aligned with their specific goals and requirements.

Some of the activities through which we engage employees:

Beach clean-up: Beach clean-ups involve removing litter and debris from beaches and coastal areas. It helps protect marine life and ecosystems while promoting environmental awareness.

Tree plantation: Tree planting is an important activity to combat deforestation and promote environmental sustainability. It helps to restore ecosystems, combat climate change and provide habitat for wildlife.

Seedball making: Seedballs are small balls made from a mixture of clay, soil, and seeds. They can be thrown or planted to promote reforestation in areas where traditional tree planting is challenging. Seedball making involves shaping the mixture into balls and letting them dry before distribution.

Kit distribution: Kit distribution typically involves providing essential items or resources to communities in need. It could include distributing school supplies, hygiene kits, or relief materials during times of crisis.

Health camps: Health camps are where medical professionals and volunteers provide free or low-cost healthcare services to underserved communities. These camps may include health check-ups, vaccinations, consultations and awareness programs.

Volunteering at old age homes: Volunteering at old age homes involves spending time with elderly residents, engaging in activities and providing companionship. It can be rewarding to brighten their day and offer emotional support.

Wall painting at children centres: Wall painting at children's centres is a creative way to enhance the environment and make it more engaging for children. Volunteers can paint murals, educational content, or create colourful and playful designs that inspire learning and creativity.

Financial literacy: Financial literacy includes topics such as budgeting, saving, investing, common online fraud/threats, what is OTP/CVV, loans, credit/debit cards, customer service/complaints and making informed financial decisions. Financial literacy programs aim to empower individuals to take control of their finances and make sound financial choices.

Life skill sessions: Children are taught new ways of thinking and problem solving. It helps them recognise the impact of their actions and take responsibility for it, cope with stress, rejection, disappointment and other negative emotions. The topics covered are anger management, interpersonal skills, conflict resolution, coping with stress, managing negative emotions and handling disappointment.

Each activity is carefully planned, coordinated with groups and adherence to any local regulations or guidelines. We collaborate with corporates to support initiatives inorder to benefit communities, thus ensuring your efforts align with their goals and needs.

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