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We have a range of opportunities for the Corporation of Lloyd's and Lloyd's market companies to support our community involvement initiatives.

Head2Head

Mock interviews with young people aged 15-17 years old at their school in Tower Hamlets. This can be volunteers from across the market or you can sign up for one date as a team.

Email Abigail.Brown@thebp.co.uk for more information or to register.


School

Date

Time

Langdon Park School

21/05/2021

13:10 - 15:10

St Paul's Way Trust School

28/05/2021

08:40 - 11:00

St Paul's Way Trust School

28/05/2021

11:00 - 13:00

Swanlea

09/06/2021

08:40 - 10:30

Swanlea

14/06/2021

08:40 - 10:30

Bow School

29/06/2021

08:40 - 10:30 

Bow School

29/06/2021

10:55 - 12:40

Bow School

29/06/2021

13:35 - 15:15 

Bow School

01/07/2021

08:40 - 10:30

Bow School

01/07/2021

10:55 - 12:40 

Bow School

01/07/2021

13:35 - 15:15

St Paul's Way Trust School

08/07/2021

08:40 - 10:30 

St Paul's Way Trust School

08/07/2021

10:55 - 12:40

St Paul's Way Trust School

08/07/2021

13:35 - 15:15 

St Paul's Way Trust School

09/07/2021

08:40 - 10:30 

St Paul's Way Trust School

09/07/2021

10:55 - 12:40

St Paul's Way Trust School

09/07/2021

13:35 - 15:15

Bow School

13/07/2021

08:40 - 10:30

Bow School

13/07/2021

10:55 - 12:40

St Paul's Way Trust School

14/07/2021

08:40 - 10:30

St Paul's Way Trust School

14/07/2021

10:55 - 12:40


Abacus

Abacus is a Financial Literacy programme for 9–10 year-olds at primary schools in Tower Hamlets. Your role as a volunteer is to join the last 15-20 minutes of an Abacus session to answer any questions the pupils have about insurance, the world of work or your job.

Email Abigail.Brown@thebp.co.uk for more information or to register.

SessionDateTime
Session 1 Class 1

Friday 16th April10:40 - 10:55am
Session 1 Class 2Friday 16th April12.10 - 12.25pm
Session 2 Class 1Friday 23rd April10:40 - 10:55am
Session 2 Class 2Friday 23rd April12.10 - 12.25pm
Session 3 Class 1Friday 30th April10:40 - 10:55am
Session 3 Class 2Friday 30th April12.10 - 12.25pm
Session 1 Class 3Friday 7th May10:40 - 10:55am
Session 1 Class 4Friday 7th May12.10 - 12.25pm
Session 2 Class 3Friday 14th May10:40 - 10:55am
Session 2 Class 4Friday 14th May12.10 - 12.25pm
Session 3 Class 3Friday 21st May10:40 - 10:55am
Session 3 Class 4Friday 21st May12.10 - 12.25pm


Board Builders+

BoardBuilders+ is an opportunity for you to "meet" a selection of local charities or social enterprises that are in need of new trustees/board members and to submit applications to the board(s) of their choosing.

For more information and to register to attend go to BoardMatch14.eventbrite.co.uk 

SessionDateDetails

BoardMatch 14

Monday 10 May 2021

Digital Edition is an opportunity for you to "meet" a selection of local charities or social enterprises that are in need of new trustees/board members and to submit applications to the board(s) of your choosing. ELBA staff will be on hand to support you through the application process, helping you to find the perfect trustee/board placement.


Campus to Corporate

Volunteer to deliver a 60 minute presentation to prepare students for work placements.

Email Jo.Taylor@lloyds.com to register or for more information.


DateDetails
Campus to Corporate workshopMay – June (dates TBC)

Volunteer to deliver a 60 minute session around the following topics to prepare students for their placements:

Teamwork, professional communications, leadership, Networking, using LinkedIn, virtual working hints and tips


Mentoring

Through mentoring a young person you can inspire, support and guide them to make key decisions about their future career and help them develop crucial employability skills.

Email Jo.Taylor@lloyds.com to register or for more information.


DateDetails
Mentoring applications openAprilRegister your interest now to receive all the information about our mentoring programme in April. Mentors are expected to meet fortnightly with their mentees between June and September virtually, on the phone or face to face.


Combat Stress

Learn more about Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund’s key charity partner, Combat Stress and the vital mental health support they provide.


DateDetails
Looking AheadThursday, 29th April: 10 – 11amOpen to all across the Lloyd’s market, learn more about Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund’s key charity partner, Combat Stress at their virtual open day to understand more about the vital mental health support provided for veterans and their plans for ensuring those with complex mental health issues continue to receive the holistic care they need for long-term recovery. During this live online event, you’ll hear updates from Interim Chief Executive Jeff Harrison and members of the clinical team about how services are continuing to evolve and one of their veterans will also be speaking about his journey to recovery, before the event concludes with Q&A. Email Jackie.Sindall@combatstress.org.uk if you would like to attend.
Avoiding Digital FatigueMonday, 10th May: 1 - 2pm

Ever find some days working from home are more effective than others?

Delivered by Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund’s mental health charity partner, Combat Stress, join us for this session to better understand your senses to help you manage stress and avoid digital fatigue. Learn more about how you respond to sensations to help you understand your productivity levels, behaviours and why you prefer certain environments and experiences. Better understanding your sensory profile can help you thrive when working from home or blended working, and this session aims to give you practical ways to understand what your senses need to keep you feeling productive and avoid digital fatigue. Open to all in the Lloyd’s market, sign up by emailing responsiblebusiness@lloyds.com


  • Giving pro-bono support to help Habitat for Humanity Great Britain calculate community level disaster risks and environmental risks such as mapping, data sources and risk reduction strategies.

  • Invite the Responsible Business team or one of our charity partners to talk about our initiatives in your company.

  • Give an hour a month and become a Responsible Business Champion and share opportunities with your team or company.

  • From running, to cycling, swimming, mud runs and walking, Habitat for Humanity Great Britain have a range of fundraising opportunitiesall year round.
  • You can donate or fundraise for the Lloyd’s Charities Trust or the Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund, with full support given by the Responsible Business team.

Lloyd's Community Programme has launched its newest programme, aimed at those in the market who are interested in becoming trustees of charities. Watch the video below to find out more about why being a trustee is such an impactful way of volunteering and how you can get involved.

BoardBuilders+ at Lloyd's

Getting involved is easy - whether you want to volunteer, take part in a team challenge, host or donate, there are all sorts of opportunities for everyone working in the Lloyd's market and the Corporation of Lloyd's. Find out which programme is right for you and the skills you want to develop using our Volunteering Skills Matrix.

Get in touch for more details.