Giving back to others

We make a difference

Giving back to others is part of our culture.  We live and work in the communities we serve, and we encourage all our people to get involved.  We do a lot … and we’re proud of it. ‘We make a difference’ is one of our company values. Our people undertake all kinds of challenges to help raise money for charity and change people’s lives - including running marathons and organising bake sales and quizzes, to name just a few.
Across our regions, we use our skills to give CV, career and interviewing advice to young and disadvantaged people and hold ‘suit drives’ to help unemployed people back to work. Everyone is encouraged to join in, and that includes our CEO who also serves on the Board of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Celebrating our activities through our internal communication channels fosters creativity and generates ideas and engagement across all our regions. As a global corporation, we take our environmental responsibilities seriously and are constantly looking at ways to minimise and mitigate our environmental impact.

Yellow Ribbon Project

Yellow Ribbon Project

Many ex-offenders, once released, find themselves literally stepping into a second prison. This time it would be a prison with invisible bars, of suspicion, of mistrust and of discrimination.

The Yellow Ribbon Project supports ex-offenders in their reintegration back into society, by raising awareness of the need to give second chances to ex-offenders and their families, and generate acceptance of ex-offenders and their families in the community, through inspiring community action.

Singapore Red Cross Society

Daughters of Tomorrow

In recent studies published in Singapore, the lack of proper childcare options for women, especially those of lower income families, has resulted in low labour force participation rates. 

Daughters of Tomorrow aims to facilitate livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women and support them in building & sustaining financially independent and resilient families.

Hair for Hope, Children's Cancer Foundation

Hair for Hope

Children's Cancer FoundationChildren’s Cancer Foundation (CCF) is a social service agency with a mission of improving the quality of life of children with cancer and their families and children impacted by cancer through enhancing their emotional, social and medical well-being.

In 2019, 17 PageGroup staff, including Regional Managing Director, Anthony Thompson, took part in the Hair for Hope head-shaving event to raise funds for childhood cancer.