CSR Detail - Autoline Insurance Group

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We're working with communities across Northern Ireland.

As a local company and a leading employer, we want to give back to the communities in which we work.

So we have an active Corporate Social Responsibility programme and are working on developing initiatives and strategies that allow us to make a real difference wherever we can.

At the heart of our CSR policy is a clear focus on supporting charities to achieve their fundraising aims, and we’re using our profile and our people to do exactly that.

We’re also helping to improve road safety (link to further down page) by actively engaging with schools and young drivers across Northern Ireland.

Putting the fun into fundraising

Over the years, Autoline people have raised many thousands of pounds for local and national charities.

In 2015, and to mark our 40th year in business, our teams raised an incredible £46,000 pounds – exceeding our aim of raising £40,000 for 40 charities.

Autoline Hero Charities 2016

In 2016, we’ve selected and are raising funds for two main charities that are close to our heart.

The Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children (NICFC) and Southern Area Hospice Services (SAHS). Each charity does very different work but both have an incredible and positive impact on the lives of the patients they care for and their families, helping them to deal with the physical, emotional & financial challenges that a cancer diagnosis can bring.

For more information on fundraising events, check out our Facebook and Twitter!

Road Safety Education

Autoline: Ambassadors for Brake

In 2013, we became corporate ambassadors for Brake, the road safety charity. So over the last few years, we’ve been playing an active role as their primary delivery partner for the ‘2 Young to Die’ initiative by delivering an interactive road safety programme in schools across Northern Ireland.

To date, we’ve engaged with more than 5000 students aged 15-18.

We use this opportunity to raise awareness of the consequences of driving dangerously, as well as the responsibilities and risks associated with getting behind the wheel.

Find out more about the work we’re doing with Brake.