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Charity and CSRV at One

Here at Capita One, our staff need no encouragement to get involved in charity fundraising! From dressing up and baking cakes to more athletic pursuits, we have raised money, not only for the Capita corporate charity The Prince’s Trust, but for local charities, and other organisations close to our hearts.


This year, staff across Capita Children’s Services have completed 13 projects involving approximately 65 people. The projects have included a variety of things including major garden clearance projects, wrapping Christmas presents and bag packing.

For the last couple of years, members of the One team have cycled from London to Brighton to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. This year’s TEAM CYCL-ONE will start their pedalling on the 19th June 2016.

Partnership with the Early Intervention Foundation

We are proud to work in partnership, for the second year in a row, with the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) to present their national conference in April 2016.

The EIF provide evidence and advice on early to support vulnerable children and young people. The national conference brings together leaders, decision makers and opinion formers from the public and voluntary sector organisations engaged with early intervention, including Directors of Children’s Services.

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Respecting the environment

We work to minimise resource use at all our sites – especially as energy is part of our environmental management policies. We’re dedicated to reducing our impact upon the environment and we have introduced recycling processes across our offices to help us achieve our goal to reduce carbon emissions from our business activities.

One bakers

Capita One is home to many talented bakers; the ‘One Bakers’ have supported charities such as Comic Relief, Macmillan Cancer Support and Children in Need.

Normally raising over £200 in a bake sale but often as much as £400 – the One Bakers are the cherry on top of our charity fundraising!

Many of our staff have joined us directly from local authorities and the public sector – meet some of them here