With the help of VM Ware Staines donation, Surplus to Supper were able to buy and pack Sunbury Community Boxes full of treats for local elderly people in isolation which were distributed with the help of Sunbury Neighbours and London Irish Rugby Club
Colleagues at ServiceNow in Staines raised £8,469 for the Runnymede Foodbank which went directly to putting food on the table for people in the local community facing financial crisis during Covid-19.
Customers care about how a business treats people, how it gets involved in the community and how the business impacts the planet. 40% of Millennials, the most powerful consumers in the world, stated that the goal of business should be to ‘improve society’.
This is known as the Kindness Economy which is built on the stuff that we care about and runs on the currency of kindness. The more people spend their kindness, the more the community benefits.
Our Kindness Economy in North Surrey is flourishing with local businesses helping their community and making a difference. Alcon employees have written over 100 cards and letters to older residents in Surrey Heath for local charity Surrey Heath Age Concern. Enterprise in Egham have committed to helping 13 local charities at Christmas with 230 gifts for their beneficiaries. London Irish Rugby Club employees cooked meals, shopped and collected hundreds of prescriptions for Spelthorne residents during lockdown.
Your business can join the Kindness Economy in North Surrey and we can help your business make a difference. Contact email@example.com for more information https://www.kindnesseconomy.com/
The 6 strong team from Enterprise in Egham didn’t swan around when they spent a day volunteering at the Swan Sanctuary, Shepperton.
They brushed, sanded and painted the main barn windows and fascia in the Autumn sunshine.
Steve, the Sanctuary Manager was delighted with the results and thanked them all for their hard work. The Swan Sanctuary, Shepperton is a wildlife hospital dedicated to the treatment, care and rehabilitation of swans and wildfowl. As well as caring for the birds, they provide training for organisations who may find themselves faced with wildfowl casualties and educate groups of all ages in the work done by the Swan Sanctuary
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