42Exhibitor profi leswww.responsiblebusinessevent.orgMindStand 93Tel: 020 8215 2236Web: www.mind.org.ukMind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. One in four people experiences mental health problems every year and a third of all GP visits relate to mental health. We work at a national and local level to ensure they are treated fairly, positively and with respect.Migrants Supporting MigrantsStand 162Tel: 0161 226 7364Web: www.migrantsupport.org.ukMSM is a grassroots organisation based in Manchester. Objectives: to advance the welfare and rights of all migrants; to provide suitable activities that help to establish social networks between migrants; to provide information, guidance and advice to ensure their rights are upheld and to organise cultural integration events. Means of Survival and DevelopmentStand 180Tel: 01628 668042Web: www.meansofsurvival.orgMeans of Survival and Development (MoSD) was set up in 2001 to provide activities for children and young people and give advice and support to their families with a special focus on ethnic migrant and low-come communities. We provide: School-Holiday-Play-Scheme; After-school-Club; Creche-Facility; Information-Advice and Volunteering/Work-placement opportunities.Majority WorldStand 126Tel: 01491 652598Web: www.majorityworld.comMajority World is a picture agency with a difference. A social enterprise, it promotes the work of talented photographers from the developing world, revealing their artistry, skill and insight to global markets, whilst producing direct local economic impact. Inspirational images, responsibly sourced. Discover the full picture at stand 126.MAD (Make A Difference) FoundationStand 3Tel: 01434 633 137Web: www.madfoundation.org.ukThe MAD (Make A Difference) Foundation charity aims to advance education and aid in the relief of poverty around the world. We aim to deliver CSR partnerships that benefi t grass-root projects in rural communities, primarily in Africa, and current partnerships include Virgin Holidays for their new volunteering trips.
www.responsiblebusinessevent.orgExhibitor profiles43NCVOStand 134Tel: 020 7520 2443Web: www.ncvo-vol.org.ukAs an NCVO Corporate Member, raise your profile with and increase your understanding of our 8,400 voluntary sector member organisations across England. Get current and relevant information on developments in civil society and enhance your Corporate Social Responsibility work. Join others involved in community involvement and CSR at our corporate and community events and high-profile networking opportunities. Visit our stand to find out more.National Business Travel Network - a Business in the Community campaignStand 187Tel: 020 7566 8719Web: www.nbtn.org.ukThe National Business Travel Network (NBTN) is a business to business network promoting sustainable travel and flexible working. NBTN enables companies to share best practice and promotes the financial, environmental and social benefits of reducing the negative impacts of work-related travel.National Apprenticeships ServiceStand 75Tel: 08000 150 600Web: www.apprenticeships.org.ukApprenticeships are a business-focussed tool to increase workforce skills levels whilst contributing to responsible business practice. The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) is the government body which offers employers a free and impartial service to help employers understand where Apprenticeships can benefit their business and incorporate Apprenticeships within their recruitment strategy.MS SocietyStand 111Tel: 020 8438 7000Web: www.mssociety.org.ukThe MS Society is the UK's leading charity dedicated to beating multiple sclerosis. We provide vital support, information and services to the 600,000 people affected by MS. We also invest in world class research to discover better treatments for this devastating neurological condition, until we ultimately find a cure.Mosaic - convened by Business in the CommunityStand 77Tel: 020 7566 6657Web: www.mosaicnetwork.co.ukMosaic's mission is to create opportunities for young people - championed by Muslims and harnessing the power of positive thinking.Mosaic was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales in November 2007 to challenge the growing concern around the issues facing young Muslims living in deprived areas of Britain. Minority Supplier Development UK (MSDUK)Stand 69Tel: 07989 308 606Web: www.msduk.org.ukMinority Supplier Development UK (MSDUK) is a private sector led, not-for-profit membership organisation created to deliver a direct link between large corporate organisations and ethnic minority businesses to enable the building of commercially beneficial business relationships.