Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

We help young people enhance their skills and move into gainful employment

Foundation Recruitment are a leading specialist recruitment consultancy with a staunch commitment to the highest levels of integrity and to operating in openly and ethically. Evidence of this can be found not only in how we treat our candidates, our clients and our own team, but also in our strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity, where we strive to:


  • Support worthwhile causes
  • Give back to local communities
  • Minimise the environmental impact of our activities


We aim for all members of our team to spend four full days a year working free of charge for charitable causes, allowing us to give back approximately 400 hours per annum to worthwhile causes.




Greater Manchester Youth Network (GYMN)


We’re excited to announce that our confirmed Manchester Charity of the Year will be Greater Manchester Youth Network (GYMN). This charity aligns with our values as a business and individuals and will allow us to make a genuine contribution and difference to young people’s lives.

(GYMN) work predominantly with young people who have been in care or have learning disabilities, to:

  • Make them feel a sense of belonging
  • Find gainful employment
  • Encourage professional and personal advancement and leadership


GYMN closely aligns with our commitment of helping people into work and offering valuable insight in the forms of career guidance, vocational training, and interview advice.

Our charity involvement spans career and vocational guidance to business charity volunteering days to make a valuable contribution whilst collaborating as a team.

Building diverse teams with Foundation Recruitment

If you would like to learn more about our involvement with GMYN or Stiftung Waisenhaus, then we’d love to hear from you!

We are determined to deliver diversity because we understand it brings new perspectives, improves talent retention, develops exceptional leaders and drives talent and skills to a business. If you’d like to discuss how to promote diversity in your organisation, please get in touch.