Creating a thriving community
Like any thriving business, we have a very keen eye on achieving commercial success – but only in ways that honour ethical values and respect people, communities and the natural environment. For us, there are five key areas in which we are 100% committed to developing responsible methods of business management. They are:
- Our employees
- Our customers
- Our community
- Our suppliers
- Our environment
You can view our full CSR policy here
Shaping a better world
One of the best ways to for us to show our commitment to the local community is by supporting regional initiatives, in particular charities.
This year, we have chosen to support The Rainbow Centre, an educational facility for those with neurological impairment, in Fareham. The Centre is crucial in the provision of conductive education – a teaching method which helps children with Cerebral Palsy create new neurological pathways to increase mobility.
The Centre has set a standard of excellence internationally, and has produced fantastic results with regular success stories of children learning to walk who might otherwise have been confined to a wheelchair for life. For some however, even the ability to untie a shoe might not have been possible without the intervention of the staff at the Centre.
We were bowled over by the work that they do and understand the importance of financially supporting a charity which receives no statutory funding. The Centre is, and continues to be, a place where the impossible is made possible for both children and families.
With the festive season fast approaching many people are getting into the spirit of giving, and in that spirit Nviro would like to highlight a local charity that are regularly giving to their community of families.
The Rainbow Centre, located in Fareham, supports children, adults and the families caring for them, who are affected by neurological conditions including Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and head injuries. Each person is helped to manage their condition to reach their full potential, improve mobility, self-esteem, physical stamina, independence and many other skills.
To learn more about the campaign and hear from the families they have helped, visit to the campaign website here
How can I get involved?
There are many ways to get involved with this incredible cause and charity:
If you can, please head over to their campaign website and donate to their campaign. Anything you can give will be gratefully received.
You can also support by sharing their campaign story on social media and with friends and family using the hashtag #GiveALittleExtra.
If we can all give a little extra this Christmas, this amazing charity will be able to help countless families to lead lives of greater independence.
For more information about the support that The Rainbow Centre provides, please visit its website www.rainbowcentre.org
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