Simply 100 hours per employee to give back
Why’s it important?
It’s ingrained in our five core values.
To fight against biases, put the planet before profit, listen before we talk, follow through with ideas, and always put people first.
It’s easy to talk the talk and we know to deliver and follow through with our ideas – we need to be able to walk the walk. Our 100 hours campaign ensures that we are allocating the time and resources needed to make a positive impact in our community but also, ensures we are championing our team to be better and to invest in themselves and the causes and initiatives that mean the most to them, not just to the business.
100 hours in action
Our charity partners
"I have been working as a 'Drivers Mate' for FareShare Southwest, a great charity that takes in and sorts surplus stock from various supermarkets and food manufacturers and delivers it to over 400 charities, food banks, and community groups across the southwest. As a Driver's Mate, I am responsible for loading the van with the correct cases of food, directing it to the charities for the day, ensuring the charity receives the correct delivery, and filling out the correct paperwork. So far, I have assisted in delivering over 100 boxes of food in Taunton and Gloucester."
"I've been volunteering for The Grand Appeal since January 2023. I support the team by selling merchandise at their stall located at the reception of the Bristol Children's Hospital. The Grand Appeal does amazing work for sick children and their families across the southwest. Whilst working on the stall, It's been amazing to hear firsthand about how the charity has made such a difference during difficult times. I'm proud to be able to support a cause that's making such a huge and positive impact."