Businesses can boost communities @DudleyCVS @WeAreBCR #DudleyRT

Eaton Volunteers from left to right: Graham Read, Steve Allsopp, Dale Webb, Becky Noble, Mel Whitbread, Jo Kelly, Angela Hayes-Sinclair, Jeff Nelson

Eaton Volunteers from left to right: Graham Read, Steve Allsopp, Dale Webb, Becky Noble, Mel Whitbread, Jo Kelly, Angela Hayes-Sinclair, Jeff Nelson

Are you a business owner? If so, have you thought about encouraging your staff to do something completely different for a day and boosting your corporate social responsibility?  Team challenges in local communities are a brilliant way to make new connections and put something back into your local area.

A team from Eaton undertook a team challenge to make over a sensory garden for visually impaired clients and bought lots of plants to fill out the beds.  They even did the team challenge in their own time during a shut-down week!

We have a list of available projects below, just waiting for someone like YOU! Please contact Eileen on eileenfielding@dudleycvs.org.uk for more info.

Open to business – projects list 2016

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