The Board of CMPP are delighted to announce that Paul Edwards (pictured below) has been elected to serve as the new Chair for a 3 year period, succeeding Sylvie Marshall who recently stepped down from the role.
On Wednesday 19th February 5 employees from Alphabet volunteered at The Barnsbury School to help the school with their Half Term painting project.
CMPP launch The Prospect Trust’s Speakers for Schools Programme. The Speakers for Schools Programme is an opportunity for local schools to take advantage of CMPP’s network of Professional Corporate Volunteers. The project is dedicated to providing inspirational speakers to local schools.
On Monday 17th February a team of 5 corporate volunteers from BMW Group volunteered at Pirbright Village School to help the school with the work needed to complete their Nature Farm.
On Wednesday 19th February 3 employees from Dynavics volunteered at Pirbright Village School to help the school towards completing their Nature Farm.
On Thursday 20th February a team of 8 employees from Woking Borough Council volunteered their time to help The Barnsbury Primary School paint the Reception and corridor areas of the school, while the children were on their Half Term holiday.
CMPP organised 5 volunteers to help The Grange Community Junior School with their "Grounds Tidy Day" to help the school get their grounds ready for the Spring Term.
The Community Matters Partnership Project (CMPP) is delighted to announce that Conquest Social Media is the 50th company to join the ground breaking charity! Founded by Tracy Jarvis back in 2010, CMPP is also celebrating another milestone by turning 10 this year. Dan Adams, Brand Communications Director at Conquest Social Media said: ““We are delighted to be named as the 50th company to join this network of superb businesses working together for local communities.
On Wednesday 15th January a team of 15 volunteers from Alphabet volunteered at Southwood Infant School to help the school with their Grounds Tidy Day, to get the school grounds ready for the Spring Term.
CMPP is thrilled to announce that Dominique Stillman has recently become a new partner. Dominique set up her business, DS consulting, following years of experience in training and development roles. As she rightly points out, “When people are looking for someone to help with their personal development and leadership skills, they want someone with a wealth of experience and skills to draw on.” Her focus on developing leadership skills that generate great collaborations fits perfectly with us!
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