Corporate Social Responsibility

Committed to supporting our customers, staff, local community and the environment.

At Jackson Boyd we have a proven commitment to providing our customers with the best possible services and results. We have a similarly strong commitment to our staff, local community and the environment.

Our approach is driven by our dedicated Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Team, who focus on the CSR aims of the firm and organise and manage all Jackson Boyd’s CSR events and activities.

Jackson Boyd are proud of the CSR work we do. If you would like further information about CSR at Jackson Boyd, or would like to get involved please contact

You can read all about Jackson Boyd’s CSR activities and fundraising events on our CSR Blog.

Our commitment to our staff

For our staff, we strive to make Jackson Boyd as enjoyable, rewarding and fulfilling a place to work as possible. This translates into a more motivated and effective team who can help our clients to the best of their abilities. Our aim is to provide a positive and supportive working environment for our team. We have been awarded a Platinum Accreditation by Investors in People and also hold the Investors in Young People Good Practice Award.

Our commitment to the local and wider community

We are committed to playing an active role in our local community and fundraising for both local and national charities.

In particular, our activities for 2023/24 included:

  • April 2023: Three of our dedicated staff members climbed Ben Arthur (The Cobbler) on 29th April 2023, dedicated to raise funds for MND Scotland.
  • May 2023: As part of Deaf Awareness Week 2023 we arranged for lip reading tutor and BSL user Jill Bradshaw to attend our office and give a talk on deaf awareness and her experience of living with a hearing loss. Attendees enjoyed learning how to sign some common words and also how to sign their name with finger spelling.
  • July 2023: We held a summer bake sale in the office, with all proceeds going Guide Dogs.
  • August 2023: Three of our colleagues volunteered to give up their time to complete a litter pick around the banks of the river Clyde in Glasgow city centre. We are always looking for ways to do our bit for our local environment!
  • September 2023: We invited Deborah and her lovely guide dog Rye into the office to talk about Guide Dogs UK. Staff enjoyed hearing about the experience of having a guide dog and the process involved.
  • September 2023: We hosted a “Big Scottish Breakfast” in the office, raising funds for STV Children’s Appeal, which supports children affected by poverty across Scotland.
  • October 2023: Our colleague Euan Robertson successfully completed the AJ Bell Great Scottish Run in an impressive 1 hour and 54 minutes. Euan dedicated his run to raise funds for Guide Dogs.
  • October 2023: We held our annual Halloween Bake Sale and Spookfest in the office, with all funds raised being split between our two charities, Guide Dogs and STV Children’s appeal.
  • December 2023: Our resident Christmas elves Jackson and Boyd helped our CSR team organise gifts for Project Present, which provides Christmas presents to underprivileged children across Glasgow. Our wonderful colleagues funded gifts, which were purchased, organised and wrapped by staff before being delivered to Project Present HQ.
  • December 2023: The CSR team arranged a ‘Festive Fun Week’ where we decorated the office, hosted a festive photo booth, played festive games, participated in Christmas Jumper Day and held a festive quiz. The week was rounded off with a festive themed bake sale and ‘bake off’ competition. Funds raised were split between our two charities, Guide Dogs and STV Children’s appeal.
  • February 2024: We arranged for Sandi and her guide dog Kane to visit the office and remind staff of the excellent work done by Guide Dogs.
  • April 2024: Our colleagues Gwenan White, John McKeown, Euan Robertson and Alana Turnbull signed up for the Glasgow Kiltwalk 2024, to raise money for the STV Children’s Appeal. Team JB tackled the ‘Big Stroll’, starting from Clydebank and finishing in beautiful Balloch, Loch Lomond. The ‘Big Stroll’ spans 14.2 miles and takes on average 5 hours to complete. We raised over £1000 from this event.

Our commitment to the environment

We have an on-going corporate commitment to reducing our impact on the environment. To do this we:

  • Operate as an environmentally aware and responsible organisation.
  • Have an in-house environmental management system.
  • Have waste minimisation as a central goal of our Environmental Policy Statement.
  • Encourage additional sustainable waste management through specific projects.
  • Have a ‘no paper’ policy: we receive all initial referrals by email (rather than hard copy) and then use email or telephone wherever possible for all subsequent correspondence.

Jackson Boyd’s chosen charities:

Our staff have nominated the following charity to support in 2024/2025, which will be our main focus for fundraising.

Cruse Scotland has been supporting bereaved adults, children and young people across Scotland for over 60 years. Together with their 200-strong team of compassionate, committed and caring volunteers, they offer hope when the future seems empty.

Cruse Scotland is the nation’s expert in bereavement counselling, listening services, information, advice and training. They aim to create a compassionate country where grief is properly discussed, understood and supported. Find out about their work, vision, values and history here.

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