WHAT CSR MEANS TO US
- taking pride in supporting our local community;
- looking after the well-being of our people;
- having a diverse and inclusive team; and
- recognising the impact of our business on the environment.
Brooklands Museum – The Birthplace of British Motorsport & Aviation – Home of Concorde. Their mission is ‘to preserve and interpret the heritage of Brooklands, to use that heritage to inspire and educate and to provide a world-class visitor attraction accessible to all.’
Mundays’ sponsorship will support the museum to continue to preserve the site and continue to deliver education to future generations.
If you would like any further information about Mundays’ Schools Initiative, please contact Rachel Lemon
Stonewall Acceptance without exception. The Diversity Champions programme is the leading employers’ programme for ensuring all LGBT staff are accepted without exception in the workplace.
Mundays has a diverse and inclusive team, which stands out in a competitive market. We strive to create a culture that is inclusive and becoming a Diversity Champion along with over 750 other employers helps us collaborate and learn from our peers to keep us at the forefront of the ever changing environment in which we practice.
Cobham Rugby Club
Cobham Rugby Football Club is one of the largest amateur rugby clubs in the South of England. Based in the heart of Surrey, the club has been running for more than 75 years and continues to build on the success of past seasons. Renowned for its development of young players, the club has one of the largest mini-rugby pools for 4 to 12 year olds in the South East running squads in every age group starting with the under 5s. Mundays’ sponsorship will support the coaching and development of young players at the club.
Cobham Netball Club
Cobham Netball Club is one of the largest clubs in Surrey with over five teams competing in the Surrey League, County League and Kingston League on Saturdays. The club also has a great junior section which progresses players into the senior teams.
Effingham Cricket Club
Effingham Cricket Club is for both senior and junior cricketers in the Borough of Guildford in Surrey. The Cricket Ground lies at the edge of Effingham Common.
Known as “The Ships”, the club runs two adult teams and a Sunday XI. The Youth Development Programme has cricketers as young as 5 years old.
Chairman Paul Stroud said “We are delighted to announce Mundays as our headline sponsor for the next three seasons. Mundays have a long association with the club over many years, including the last few years as a secondary sponsor, we are delighted their involvement in grass roots cricket and the local community will continue and are hugely appreciative of their continued support.”
Esher Cricket Club
Esher Cricket Club has been at the centre of the community for over 150 years. It’s a wonderful club to play competitive or social cricket, attracting and inspiring existing and potential cricketers, both adults and young people to widen the game’s appeal by creating a fun & safe environment to ensure opportunities are open and accessible to all. Esher CC is part of an extensive league and is a terrific club to be a member of, both on and off the field!
Mundays’ sponsorship will support the coaching and development of young players at the club.
Chairman Geoff Ellis said “I am delighted to have Mundays involved with the club and extend a warm invite to all staff and their families to visit the club at New Road”
Princess Alice Hospice
The Princess Alice Hospice is Mundays’ chosen charity. The Hospice is a charity based locally in Esher providing all patient care and support without charge, particularly for end of life adult patients and their families across Surrey, South West London and Middlesex. We have supported the charity for over 15 years, during which we have raised over £100,000 for the Hospice’s activities.
Mundays Schools Initiative
We are proud to have launched and developed Mundays Schools Initiative.
A vibrant team of junior and trainee solicitors regularly visit local schools and colleges to talk to students about a career in law, what life is like as a solicitor and the impact of the law in everyday life. Our team has worked with individual classes up to whole of year groups, engaging with students ranging in age from 14 to 18.
To continue our relationship with the schools and colleges we have visited, we also offer a limited number of opportunities for students to visit our offices in Cobham to participate in afternoon mock trials. The experience aims to provide a fun, but insightful exposure to court practice.
“We had a most enjoyable and formative afternoon at Mundays. The Y12 students prepared well and were glad they did so as it enabled them to get a great deal out of the trial. For many it was the first time they had spoken in public and therefore came out with increased confidence in articulating themselves and constructing an argument. The case was accessible and easily understood so some pupils were able to add their own ideas to their arguments, which came off well. All the solicitors were extremely helpful and friendly, and many of our students came away eager to explore the profession further. It was a superb taster of legal life and I would highly recommend this to pupils of all abilities and backgrounds. Many thanks again.”Michelle Wright, Oxbridge Coordinator at Gordon’s School
” Many thanks again for providing the excellent opportunity for the sixth form students of Tiffin School to experience a mock trial. There is no doubt that the students have gained a fascinating insight into the Law and Advocacy, and for many of them it has helped confirm the decisions they are making regarding careers and university courses at this time in their lives. We look forward to a return visit!”Mike Gasgoigne, Deputy Head at Tiffin School
“I am writing to thank you on behalf of Feltham Community College for the inspiring mock law trial that you held at Mundays in March 2013. It is a fantastic idea as it allows pupils to experience a realistic simulation of what it is like to work in an eminent profession. Many of our pupils come from families where they will be the first to experience tertiary education and so this experience was both novel and inspirational for them. Many of the pupils were keen to consider careers in the legal profession and they have been discussing the trial all week! The materials were realistic, accessible and caused much debate amongst the Year 12 pupils. Everyone was very friendly and welcoming to both myself and the pupils and I cannot thank you enough for dedicating your time to such a venture. The mock law trial is a unique idea which I have not seen replicated elsewhere and I would definitely recommend to any other teachers looking for an educational and thoroughly enjoyable trip.” Anna Ravenscroft, Head of Year 13 at Feltham Community College