I'm not sure if you've heard, but CMPP turns 10 this year! To celebrate our landmark birthday we are launched a 2020 accumulator challenge and we are hoping to see as many businesses as possible take part!
Come and work within a fantastic team for a great local charity. CMPP are looking for a part time, term time only administator. Full details as follows.
Every company should come and join CMPP and here are our top three reasons why! 1. CMPP will help you to deliver your corporate volunteering entitlements. Many companies offer their staff volunteer days but so few actually take them up because they take a lot of time an effort to organise. We do all that for you, so all your staff need to do it turn up and have a great day!
CMPP is delighted to announce that Syniti have joined us. Headquartered in Farnborough Business Park, with four other offices around Europe, Syniti solve complex enterprise data transformation challenges by applying rigorous methodologies, automation and guidance infused by AI and machine learning technologies to data migration, data quality, analytics, master data management, metadata management, and information governance initiatives.
On a cold and cloudy Monday and Tuesday morning in December a team of 32 corporate volunteers from BMW ventured out of the workplace to take part in a CMPP Community Action Day challenge presented by Horsell Common Preservation Society. The volunteers used their allocated corporate volunteering days to help the society with their highly important conservation work on the Common
On Wednesday 4th December, Woking Age Concern threw their Christmas Party for the elder residents of Woking. CMPP were asked by the charity to source some a few corporate volunteers to help out, which we gladly did.
On Thursday 28th November a team of 8 from UKCloud spent the day at a refuge belonging to the charity Your Sanctuary. The charities Refuge offers a secure home for women and their children who have been affected by Domestic Abuse.
On Wednesday 27th November a team of 15 employees from BMW arrived at Brooklands Museum ready to get to work in helping the museum preserve their fantastic displays of racing history as part of the CMPP Community Action Day Programme.
On a cold morning in November a team of eight volunteers from Alphabet Ltd went along to Horsell Common to help the Horsell Common Preservation Society clear scrub land as part of the CMPP Community Action Day Programme. Scrub removal is a vital part of managing lowland heath, it is a low impact way of carrying out this work and helps reach the goals of the organisation to maintain a habitat for rare ground nesting EU protected birds, reptiles andinvertebrates as part of a wider food chain.
On a Friday in November a team of 11 corporate volunteers from Aetna International left the workplace for the day to give their time to Ash Manor School to help the school create a Pond and path for their Science Garden. The aim of this garden is to demonstrate different habitats and what effect these have on the environment. There is also a population of Crested Newts in the area, so attracting these would also make the pond a conservation area.
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