CMPP are an innovative, self funded charity that help companies to connect meaningfully with their communities. We do this by creating a variety of projects and programmes that companies and their employees can take part in and enjoy. Take a look at some of the ways you can support our work...
CMPP are delighted to welcome Hennessey Brown Music as new partners. With over 45 years of combined experience working with orchestras and concert halls across the world, they have found the finest, most forward thinking musicians to be on the roster of this music agency, connecting musicians with each other, with festivals, with living composers and with young performers......
Ian Dawkins of Hi Speed has confirmed sponsorship of the Twilight Runway Challenge as part of his CMPP partnership. Ian has sponsored so many local grass-root sports teams, charities, individuals and events over the years. He has enabled communities to come together and enjoy being together. That is a very special thing to be able to do. So, we are delighted to welcome him on board as an official CMPP partner and feel very lucky to have him.
CMPP are delighted to offer one lucky family the chance to win a family ticket for 2 adults and up to 3 children (worth £53) for this year's Twilight Runway Challenge. Simply enter your details enter our prize draw. Read on to click on the link....
CMPP are delighted that Sophie is joining the partnership at this time, seeing the clear benefit of sharing our work across the network, particularly when many businesses are struggling. Sophie commented: “We work closely with local businesses and schools and are really excited to be part of CMPP to share our experience across the broader community. Sharing our same ethos, it is the perfect partnership.”
We are delighted to announce that following discussions with the Airport management, CMPP will be able to safely run the very popular annual Twilight Runway Challenge, taking place on Saturday 26th September at Blackbushe Airport.
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.
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.
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.
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!