Together for Better
From the beginning, relationships have been at the heart of our business. Today, as strong connections continue to drive our success, they also motivate us to take positive actions every day regarding our team members, our surrounding communities, the planet we all share, and the products we ship and source. Together, we’re making choices to help create a brighter future.
Our team members are our most important resource by far. They’re the reason we’ve become the world’s leading multiplatform retailer, and why we’re growing exponentially.
Yes, we’re a community of shoppers. But we’re also a community at heart. As good neighbors, we are committed to giving back to those communities where we do business.
We also hold an annual employee giving campaign called Partners in Giving™ where we offer a matching gift incentive for donations to any 501(c)(3) charity. QVC also offers an increased match incentive for donations made to any the company’s following featured charities: American Heart Association, Cancer and Careers, Dress for Success Worldwide and Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance.
Together, through these efforts as well as Volunteerism & Philanthropy, we’re building a network of care.
Communities wouldn’t survive without a thriving environment to support them. And when you ship the level of products that we do, great responsibility falls to our leadership.
What we expect of ourselves, we also expect of others—specifically, those who supply us with goods or services. At QVC, we require that the merchandise we offer is supplied by vendors who share our commitment to social responsibility.
November 15, 2017: Katlyn Grasso and 50 young women recently spent a day at QVC’s world headquarters in West Chester, Pa., as part of a nationwide tour where they are learning from the most innovative companies in America.
August 29, 2017: Colleen Rooney, QVC’s Vice President of Global Communications and Community Affairs, was the keynote speaker at KYW News Radio’s 8th Annual Women’s Achievement Awards. The awards honor the many contributions and accomplishments of Philadelphia-area women and highlighted strategies that help women advance their careers, businesses and lives.
July 25, 2017: The Philadelphia Business Journal has selected QVC and the Chester County Food Bank as winners of the Journal’s 2017 Faces of Philanthropy awards program. This is the second year running that the two have been honored by the Philadelphia Business Journal.