Corporate social responsibility

Our commitment to Corporate and Social Responsibility

Our CSR programme and policies are focused around four stakeholder groups; Our clients; Our local community; Our environment; and Our staff.


We publish our first CSR Impact Report and pledge to be carbon neutral 
We have published our first CSR Impact Report which outlines our impact on our staff and wider communities by holding ourself accountable specifically against four of the seventeen United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as recommended by the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales (ICAEW).
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Our clients

At Kreston Reeves we have built our business on the basic principles of trust, loyalty and commitment to our clients. We apply the same principles in all our dealings with business contacts and the people who choose to pursue a career with us.

Our environment
As members of the accounting profession, the partners of Kreston Reeves are actively endorsing the ICAEW’s support for the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

Our local community
We endeavour to ‘give back’ to our local community wherever we can.

See our local office charities below.

Our staff
We are proud of our firm’s wellbeing programme. A movement shaped to encourage a culture of holistic wellbeing throughout the firm, one which inspires our colleagues and partners to take the best possible care of themselves and one another.

Charitable work

Every year each Kreston Reeves office supports a different local charity, chosen by staff.

Our current chosen charities:

East Kent Hospitals Charity

East Kent Hospitals Charity raises funds for the wards and services provided by East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust.

They aim to make their hospitals and healthcare services the very best they can be for patients as well as their families and the staff treating them.

Local office: Canterbury

Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex

Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex provide world-class, fast-response, emergency medical care every hour of every day.

Their missions have saved thousands of lives. Last year alone, they were called out to help over 2,500 people in life-threatening conditions.

Local office: Discovery Park

Breast Cancer Care Kent

Breast Cancer Kent aims to improve the lives of those diagnosed with breast cancer in Kent.

The charity acts as a hub for fundraising, receiving donations, allocating funds to projects large and small, and disseminating general information on breast health and breast cancer treatments.

Local office: Chatham

Honeypot

The Honeypot Children’s Charity offers both respite breaks and outreach support to young carers, many of whom would otherwise have nowhere to turn.

Local office: London

West Sussex Mind

West Sussex Mind support people with their mental health, provide specialist training and campaign to improve services and promote understanding.

Their work aims to improve people’s physical and mental well-being, strengthen self-esteem and confidence and promote strong relationships with family, friends and communities.

Local office: Horsham

Ferring Country Centre

Ferring Country Centre is an independent charity providing training and work experience for people with learning disabilities.

They are committed to people with a learning disability being an active part of the community, developing their skills and confidence.

Local office: Worthing

Aldingbourne Trust

The Aldingbourne Trust supports people with learning disabilities and/or autism to reach their potential across Sussex.

They provide real skills, care and jobs to give adults with learning disabilities real choices and more independent lives.

Local office: Chichester

Whoopsadaisy

Whoopsadaisy have been providing conductive education to children with physical disabilities for over a decade.

Founder, Nina Holland, set up the charity when her own son Christopher was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.

Local office: Brighton

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The Kreston Reeves Foundation

We have recently set up the Kreston Reeves Foundation as a registered charity (registered number 1180402) which is run by Kreston Reeves staff members for the firm’s nominated charities (selected by staff on an annual basis).

The Foundation is the focal point for Kreston Reeves’ many charitable, fundraising and CSR activities.

Our staff and Partners are committed to giving back to our communities and this Foundation aims to combine the efforts from across the firm to maximise its impact.

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Wellbeing

We have core values in place which specify that:

  • We treat all individuals within the Firm with honesty and respect.
  • We consistently strive to develop all our people to the full, to be individuals of high regard in their community.
  • We continually develop the range and depth of our own skills to service our clients and support our colleagues.

Although the firm is always open to ideas, there is also a staff forum which meets four times a year whereby members of staff are encouraged to put forward any ideas or suggestions and also have the chance to ask questions through nominated representatives.

Kreston Reeves has a Sports and Social committee which organises social events for staff. These include an annual quiz and a Christmas party, as well as inter-office football and netball tournaments.