It’s really easy to talk the talk, but it takes more work to walk the walk. We’re determined to to both. We love talking about social responsibility, whilst also doing our part to make this world just a little better than how we found it. Take a look at what we are doing to walk the walk.
We founded the STOPageism platform to bring together organisations – to build awareness for ageism and make positive changes for people of all ages.
research to deliver change
We are funding academic research with the University of Bath, with research findings made available to all for free.
Serving Our Communities
At Guild Living, the local community is at the heart of our community. From charities to local businesses, artists to schools and social enterprises.
All of our transportation options are ‘green’ or ‘electric’, so Guild Members can get around town and beyond whilst protecting our beautiful cities.
Our Journey to Net Zero Carbon
We’re proud to say that all of our buildings will have ZERO net release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by 2030.
A responsibility to protect biodiversity
We’re passionate about not only maintaining the plant and animal life at every Guild Living location, but we also work hard to improve that biodiversity every day.
Reducing, Reusing and Recycling Waste
Our goal is to recycle at least 75% of our waste by having a plan in place that focuses on recycling, food waste and single-use plastics.
At Guild Living, we believe in equal opportunities for all, including a fair salary, equality of opportunity, and safeguarding of all Guild Members and employees.
READ OUR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY NEWS.
Sustainable operations and green transport with Ingrid Van Veen.
8 facts on social responsibility.
Top 13 workplace changes in the past century.
Electric avenue: the best compact electric cars for around town.
20 most interesting research studies.
Is our society ageist?
Perfect plants for your balcony.
How to reduce your household waste: 49 zero waste tips.
Smalls things you can do to have a positive impact on your community.
How to attract new wildlife and create biodiversity in your garden.