Here's how we've supported our communities over the last 5 years. It's all about making things brighter, together. So you can feel good about where you bank.
It’s our job to make sure our customers and the causes we support feel good about numbers. We helped James Rennie School teach their pupils about real-world finances. Pop to the piggy bank.
Because, when we feel happier and more secure about our financial situation, it can help our lives to feel brighter too. So, whether you’re planning your budget, looking to get a bit more savings savvy or supporting your family with those big or small financial decisions, we’re here to make life #BrighterForYou - Head over to our hub to find out more
We’re making futures a little brighter. We understand the importance of building strong, long-lasting relationships with our local communities.
This happens in many different ways, including delivering financial wellbeing talks in schools and community groups, taking advantage of community days, working on community projects, delivering customer service training for volunteer organisations and ‘creating new dementia friends.
Whatever we do, our aim is always to add value in our local communities that benefits them, now and in the future.
Like our relationship with Carlisle Youth Zone, a charity we're proud to Gold Patrons of. They support over 3,000 young members every year, in delivering their vision, working with the local community to provide a safe and fun environment where the potential of young people is developed and fulfilled.
Together, we’re making things brighter supporting our local communities, for the benefit of local communities!
At The Cumberland, we’re proud to be by the side of endless inspiring customers, causes, communities and colleagues.
We are among the top 2% of organisations in the world that donate 1.5 percent of profits to actively support charitable causes and projects – and the majority of our financial support goes straight to projects benefitting people in our area.
Our support is not just financial.
To help make a positive a difference, our colleagues take part in internal fundraising activities throughout the year, aswell as taking advantage of a paid day's leave each year to undertake voluntary community work, selecting a local cause or charity of their choice.
As our advocates in the local community, we are reassured that they take pride in The Cumberland and embrace our values, taking up opportunities to volunteer and support local charitable projects and initiatives on our behalf.
If you're organisation is looking for volunteers, get in touch by emailing our Community Team and see if it's something we may be able to help with.
Volunteering can enhance your self-esteem and confidence, add experience and knowledge, expand your social network and improve your CV.
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