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 ====Prudential plc==== ====Prudential plc====
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 **Sector**: Finance **Sector**: Finance
  
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 **Payroll giving**: ​ **Payroll giving**: ​
  
-**Pays PG fees**: ​+**Pays PG fees**: ​ Note: This field needs more research.
  
 **PG provider**: ​ **PG provider**: ​
  
 **Endorsed charities**:​ SportsAid, Plan International,​ Help Age International,​ Junior Achievement **Endorsed charities**:​ SportsAid, Plan International,​ Help Age International,​ Junior Achievement
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 ===Details of matching schemes=== ===Details of matching schemes===
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 **Total max EA benefit**: 0 **Total max EA benefit**: 0
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 ===Details of payroll giving and other programmes=== ===Details of payroll giving and other programmes===
  
 In 2016 - £460k donated through payroll giving In 2016 - £460k donated through payroll giving
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 ===Other relevant information=== ===Other relevant information===
  
-Focus on building strong and sustainable communities+Focus on building strong and sustainable communities ​\\  \\ In the UK - focus on ensuring young people are work ready, empowering people and supporting older people to tackle social isolation \\  \\ Supporting young people through sport, people with disabilities,​ encouraging emerging talent in Sport \\  \\ Promoting financial education, developing children'​s skills, providing school scholarships in Africa, teaching children in inner city enterprise skills \\  \\ Disaster risk reduction - investments in communities so disasters have a smaller impact - Safe steps and building resilient homes \\  \\ Major sponsor of RideLondon which has raised £41m in first four years of race \\  \\ Chairman'​s Challenge - flagship international volunteering programme - Prudential donates £150 for every employee that signs up
  
-In the UK - focus on ensuring young people are work ready, empowering people and supporting older people to tackle social isolation 
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-Supporting young people through sport, people with disabilities,​ encouraging emerging talent in Sport 
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-Promoting financial education, developing children'​s skills, providing school scholarships in Africa, teaching children in inner city enterprise skills 
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-Disaster risk reduction - investments in communities so disasters have a smaller impact - Safe steps and building resilient homes 
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-Major sponsor of RideLondon which has raised £41m in first four years of race 
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-Chairman'​s Challenge - flagship international volunteering programme - Prudential donates £150 for every employee that signs up 
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 ===Outcomes=== ===Outcomes===
  
-2016 - £20m dedicated to supporting community activities - £16m was direct cash donations (£5m from UK). In UK £2.7m given to education, £2m to social, welfare and environemtn causes, £142k to cultural and staff volunteering was worth £88k.  +2016 - £20m dedicated to supporting community activities - £16m was direct cash donations (£5m from UK). In UK £2.7m given to education, £2m to social, welfare and environemtn causes, £142k to cultural and staff volunteering was worth £88k. 
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 ===Sources, links to further information=== ===Sources, links to further information===
  
 +  * [[https://​www.pru.co.uk/​about/​prudential-in-the-community/​|]]
  
  
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   * http://​www.prudential.co.uk/​~/​media/​Files/​P/​Prudential-V2/​reports/​2016/​esg-report-2016.pdf   * http://​www.prudential.co.uk/​~/​media/​Files/​P/​Prudential-V2/​reports/​2016/​esg-report-2016.pdf
  
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