Office life at Atrium.

Corporate Social Responsibility

A strong culture of supporting our staff

James Lee

"Atrium has a strong culture of supporting its staff in both individual and group volunteering and fundraising initiatives. We believe that our success as a business is based on the need to make a positive investment in our staff, our community and the environment.

"Our employees’ passion for CSR has been truly transformational; resulting in a very real, positive culture change within Atrium which has tangible benefits to our organisation and both the local and wider insurance community, and which we are proud to support."

James Lee
Managing Director, Atrium



Making a positive difference through our partnerships.



The pandemic has been both unique and challenging for all of us, lockdown and uncertainty have dominated all aspects of life, impacting our freedom, our normal working lives, and our ability to assist others in need.

While physical (in-person) volunteering ground to a halt during 2020 we were still able to contribute positively, at a time when all charities have struggled, particularly from a fundraising perspective.

In October 2020 we launched the Walking Together challenge to get colleagues away from their desks and outdoors to get some exercise, linking logged activity to four charitable organisations representing issues that we have had a connection with previously, either individually or at a corporate level. This along with donations to NHS Charities Together and the National Emergencies Trust and the Walking Together 4 charity pledges thereby substituted our usual “Charity of the Year” partner.

Our Walking Together initiative concluded in March 2021 and we succeeded in supporting over 20 charities during this event, amassing over £45K in donations, at a time when they have never been more needed. 

We also committed to our annual donations to the Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund and Royal British Legion and to the Lord Mayor’s Appeal, through City Giving Day.

Walking Atrium 2021
Atrium csr team