Corporate Social Responsibility
As a responsible business, Clear Vision Financial Management are committed to conducting business in a socially responsible manner. Our aim is to seek to understand social and environment impacts and to actively engage with our local community.
Employee Charity of the Year 2021
The Clear Vision Financial Management team have decided to support a key local charity throughout 2021. After the team made nominations for a variety of local charities, four local charities were short-listed, and the team voted on Romsey Food Bank as their charity of the year for 2021. Over the forthcoming year, the Clear Vision Financial Management team will organise various fund-raising events such as raffles, quiz nights, cake sales as well as a regular food drive in the office for requested food items needed.
Romsey Food Bank
The Romsey Food Bank provide nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in a crisis. They are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by the Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
During 2020, the Romsey Food Bank was accessed 594 times and support a total of 1,607 people. January 2021 was their busiest month with 35% more people accessing the food bank. They are seeing many people for the first time as the pandemic has had an impact with changes in employment.
Located in Romsey, the team at Clear Vision works with businesses in various sectors to enable them to plan for the future. The team also supports various charities and causes within the local community, helping them to plan for the future as well.
Clear Vision Financial Management supports:
The team at Clear Vision have long supported Team Solent Kestrels, so it was a natural transition to become team sponsors. The basketball club is well known for being a friendly team with a real family ethos-throughout which aligns perfectly with our own values of being friendly, open and communicative.
Five Rivers Indoor Bowls Club
Based in Salisbury, Wiltshire, the Five Rivers Indoor Bowls Club is close to the Clear Vision family as our very own Jordan Moody, Client Services Director, is a keen bowler for the club and the current men’s club champion.
More Than Beans
In June 2019, Clear Vision funded a 10 week project at the Gravesham Methodist Church Community Centre in Kent. The course supported the homeless and those re-entering accommodation by empowering them with the skills needed to plan, cook and deliver healthy and nutritious meals, a cause that Clear Vision Managing Director, Sean Daniel, is very passionate about.
The team at Clear Vision is proud to contribute towards the future of young talent wherever possible. Therefore, we’re pleased to support our client, Harry Daymond, a businessman, who at aged 19, was named among the top 20 young entrepreneurs in 2018.
Harry launched his firm, Kart Kompany, back in 2014 after he and his grandad built a vintage cart during the summer holidays. After growing the business throughout his GCSEs and A-Levels, it’s since gone from strength to strength.
We’re excited to see what’s next for Harry and happy to be on-hand for any financial assistance and advice.
Dogs 2 Foster UK
Founded by Jo Brewer, following the loss of two of her own rescue dogs, the team at Dogs 2 Foster UK work towards preventing the abandonment and unsafe rehoming of dogs in the New Forest. We work with the team to manage aspects of their day-to-day accounting and bookkeeping.
Romsey Town Youth FC
Formerly Tadburn FC, Romsey Town Youth FC prides themselves on being the only youth football club in Romsey, Hampshire that provides an equal opportunity to both boys and girls who wish to play organised football at recreational and competitive levels.
The team aims to provide support and encouragement to all young players by promoting team work, fitness and fun, so that their love of the game will continue, with hopes that players will continue beyond the youth club to join Romsey Town or even Southampton! We work with the team to manage aspects of their day-to-day accounting and bookkeeping.
SoCo Music Project
Each year, more than 350 youth music events take place across England. That’s around 89,000 children and young people regularly making music! The team at SoCo Music Project work with children and young people from the moment they’re born, right up until the age of 25, to bring communities together through music. We work with the team to manage aspects of their day-to-day accounting and bookkeeping.
The team at Clear Vision is proud to support the Caester Orchestra and sponsored a musical event which took place in August 2019 featuring an exciting programme of Lalo, Emilie Mayer, Copland and Holst.
We look forward to working with the talented group again in the future!