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Why Volunteering is Good for your Business

"Today's employees are entering the workforce with an expectation that volunteering will be a part of their professional careers. PriceWaterhouseCoopers discovered that 88% of Millennials gravitated toward companies with pronounced Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs, and 86% would consider leaving if their employer's CSR no longer met their expectations. "

Posted by Emily Posted by Emily on 8th Jan 2015 in corporate volunteering

Join our very own MAD Chief in the Summer on a Trek to Machu Picchu!

Fancy a ticking off one of the world's most spectacular treks on the bucket list with a bunch of fellow MAD people in the summer? The Founder and Chief of Madventurer has hand-picked one of the best routes and invites you to fundraise and trek for a good cause...

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 11th Dec 2014 in adventure challenges, university and student teams, sports teams, corporate volunteering

Corporate Volunteering Case Study: eaga

In the village of Leklebi Duga in the Volta Region of Ghana, eaga sent three MAD teams each to spend two weeks living and volunteering to help construct a Teachers’ Accommodation Block. Each team consisted of twelve staff members who completed a phase of each project which lasted six weeks. Find out more...

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 29th Nov 2014 in corporate volunteering

MY TRIBE. London's Award Winning Netball Team 'The Sweaty Netties' look back on their Ghana Trip

Follow London's Award Winning Netball Team 'The Sweaty Netties' as they look back on their Ghana Trip. Sponsored by the Discovery Channel check out how the girls from one of London's Top Marketing Companies got on with their Sports Development Project.

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 22nd Nov 2014 in corporate volunteering, sports teams

Siemens C FA Corporate Social Responsibility Partnership

Siemens have teamed up once more to undertake a second series of Corporate Social Responsibility Projects in Africa. Last year a group from their Corporate Finance Audit Department spent 2 weeks in Ghana helping to build much needed classrooms and here is a video they produced to highlight why...

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 5th Mar 2014 in corporate volunteering

Live life differently!

climbing palm trees, coconut husk weaving, fresh caught shark for lunch, singing, dancing on the beach, and frolicing in the sea with tropical fish...oh and of course building..... before a cool down in a nearby waterfall! all in a typical days work on a Madventurer Fiji project!

Posted by Jessica Tiffin Posted by Jessica Tiffin on 13th May 2013 in corporate volunteering

What's really involved in Volunteering on a project?

Read a detailed & personal account of life as a volunteer in Thailand.

Posted by Jessica Tiffin Posted by Jessica Tiffin on 3rd May 2013 in corporate volunteering, university and student teams

Education development in Ghana

Support the education of a poor fishing community in Ghana by donating or taking part in this amazing project. Destroyed by storms and suffering from lack of funding, Maranatha community school needs your help!

Posted by Jessica Tiffin Posted by Jessica Tiffin on 25th Mar 2013 in university and student teams, project news, corporate volunteering, sports teams

Happy International Women's Day!

Is your boss giving you free cinema tickets?

In China, bosses give their female workers free cinema tickets for International Women's Day while in Romania, friends are holding women-only dinners.

There is lots happening around the globe today - find out how MAD celebrates it with our 'Something About Mary' Campaign!

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 8th Mar 2013 in corporate volunteering, project news

Madventurer launches its Development Expeditions Program

Our Development Expeditions Program aims to help our volunteers as well as the communities we work with.

Whether you’re looking to improve your Corporate Social Responsibility, or to take a break from the office with a real difference, our expeditions offer meet your requirements.

Posted by John Lawler Posted by John Lawler on 6th Mar 2013 in corporate volunteering

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