Corporate social responsibility

Alongside our regular work as accountants and tax advisors, we are committed to making a positive impact on the communities in which we work and live.

Our aim is to give something back to some of the most vulnerable people and groups in our society.

In the past, we have supported several good causes, including children’s charity Miracles, Resources for Autism and currently work with a number of groups, such as Colindale Foodbank.

Our 2024 ESG Goals

During 2024, we’re narrowing our ESG efforts to four key areas:

Our Charity of the Year

We will be supporting Cancer Research UK as our Charity of the Year!

With there being around 375,000 people diagnosed with cancer every year in the UK, the research work that Cancer Research UK does is vital for identifying cures.

This cause is very close to our hearts, with a lot of individuals being impacted by cancer, so we’re hoping to raise as much awareness and funding as possible through a series of events.

Keep an eye on our progress!

Time to make a difference

We believe your job shouldn’t stand in the way of you making a difference.

So, we encourage each member of our staff to take a paid day off each year to volunteer for a charity of their choice.

Trees for our fees

As active members of Net Zero Now, we’re committed to making the necessary changes to ensure our firm meets the Net Zero target by 2030.

Alongside making small changes to our internal processes, from recycling initiatives to paperless operations, we will also be planting four trees for each client we onboard in 2024!

Putting well-being centre stage 

Mental health should always be a priority, especially in the workplace.

We currently have three trained Mental Health First Aiders and will encourage more members of our team to train this year!

We’re also committed to providing Mental Health, Stress Awareness and Anxiety Awareness Training for all our team members alongside access to the Thrive Wellbeing app.


Office recycling – no individual staff waste bins so maximum amount of waste is recycled

No plastic or paper cups

Filter water straight from the tap so no bottled water required

LED lighting to save energy

Hot water tap to save energy and water consumption

Paperless office

Local Community

Working with local schools to provide individuals from the local community with work experience and apprenticeship opportunities.

Supporting Colindale Foodbank by organising regular employee donations to provide essential food and products to the local community.

Purchasing office supplies from local businesses

Note: we haven’t worked with Catch 22 for some years so can’t include this

Working with Langdon charity, providing employment opportunities for those with learning disabilities, helping them to lead independent and fulfilling lives

Working with the charity Miracles, helping support children and their families living in poverty through crisis situations

Below is an overview of just some of the ways that we are helping local organisations and good causes.

June 2023

Congratulations to Alain Stechler for taking part in RideLondon!

Alain cycled an impressive 103 miles in 7 hours, to raise money for Shaare Zedek UK.


May 2023

We held a range of special events for Mental Health Awareness Week.

From a fun-filled Pizza Day to a refreshing nature walk, we fostered connection and well-being.


March 2023

International Women’s Day!

All staff took part in recognising this day by dressing in purple and having a cake sale to raise money for Solace Women’s Aid.

This charity supports women and children in London to build safe and strong lives! We e raised over £200!


May 2021

An intrepid group of our staff members braved the wettest May in recent history to take on a 100-mile challenge to raise more than £1,000, for the mental health charity MIND.

The five who took part in the 100 Miles in May challenge were Sarah Dorey, Ethlyn James, Asha Kara, Kate Berneye and Chris Digby-Rogers. Find out more here.


April 2021

We are proud to have made a significant donation to Colindale Foodbank at Trinity Church in Avion Crescent.

We held donations throughout April to collect much-needed supplies for this charity, which provides a vital lifeline to families and vulnerable members of the community.

Based on the success of our initial campaign, we now hope to now donate regularly to this charity, which plays such an important role locally.


December 2019

During the month of December the Grunberg team donated a variety of items towards their Reverse Advent Calendar collection for the Colindale Foodbank.


November 2019

Gerry Dooley raised £400 for Miracles by driving the length of the M1 to celebrate its 60th anniversary and his 60th Birthday.

October 2019

Robert, Sarah , Fatima and Raz braved the cold and wet conditions and successful completed the climb up the O2 to raise money for Miracles.

September 2019

School leavers, Cameron Chan and George Tilley joined the accounts department as our latest AAT Apprentices.

August 2019

Over £300 was raised during a cake sale morning and dress down day.

June 2019

The firm kicked off this year’s fundraising activities by hosting a Cheese and Wine Tasting Afternoon.

March 2019

Miracles is chosen as the firm’s charity of the year.

February 2019

Alain Stechler presented Liza from Resources for Autism a cheque for £7500 and thanked all staff for their hard work and contribution over the last year.

December 2018

Over £600 was raised during Grunberg’s Christmas Jumper Day and raffle. The firm also held a Reverse Advent Calendar for Colindale Food Bank.


September 2018

Second group of volunteers help at Resources for Autism.

ACA Apprentice Patrick Tempany joins the team.


August 2018

Grunberg & Co summer raffle raises £680.

July 2018

Sarah, Kay, Michelle and Shail spend the day volunteering at the Resources for Autism head office helping them clear their attic and create packs for their summer camps.

April 2018

We welcomed Liza from Resources for Autism to the offices to provide a talk on Autism and how the charity supports autistic individuals and their families. We also hosted our first ‘Wellness Day’, which raised £595 by offering staff the option to purchase a head, neck and shoulder massage.

Keenan Crowe and Oliver Stein are new additions to our ACA apprenticeship scheme.


March 2018

We moved to our new offices and implemented a plastic-free policy. Hand towels were also replaced with environmentally-friendly hand dryers.

January 2018

Resources for Autism chosen as the firm’s charity of the year.

December 2017

More than £6,400 raised and donated for Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity.

For more information about Corporate Social Responsibility, please contact us.

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