Capgemini rolls out global CSR programme MoveFifty for charity
7th July 2017
Capgemini has launched MoveFifty, a global project encouraging employees of the consultancy to get active, as they bid to raise €100,000 for three charities promoting education for underprivileged children. Guatemala-focused Ciudad Quetzal, India-specific Enlight, and French charity Cap Sur Le Code are each in line to benefit from the international funding drive.
This year professional services firm Capgemini is celebrating its 50th birthday by launching MoveFifty, an initiative which pledges the employees of the ICT advisory the chance to raise money for three education-oriented charities. The group boasts a global staff of over 190,000 employees, with their workforce spread across more than 40 countries – and Capgemini, including its subsidiary Capgemini Consulting, has given them the deadline of the end of October to raise money. Employees can take one of two routes to attract sponsorship; either they can engage directly in sporting activities, or the less activity inclined keyboard athletes at the firm can participate in a social media challenge to help raise awareness.
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