Pebble Bay: doing the right thing for everyone, not just our clients and ourselves.
The world we live in is permanently under attack from industry, people and their actions. Pebble Bay wants to ensure that we are doing what we can to give back where we can, and “do our bit” where possible.
We try to operate as greenly as we can. We do this by encouraging paperless projects, recycling as much of our rubbish as we can and only burning fuel by using lights when we really need to. Most of our employees live locally, so we keep our carbon emissions low by walking to work where practical, and using public transport where feasible and realistic to do so.
Because we are a local company located in the heart of Warwickshire we also look to give back to the community where possible, and in turn help the local economy to thrive and grow.
We work hand in hand with two charities – one which is based within our region, and another which is almost on the doorstep of our head office.
We carry out regular fundraising events for them, and also get involved on a more hands on level. If you would like to know more about our involvement with these organisations, or even get involved yourself, then do get in touch. There will also be updates in our quarterly newsletter, The Beacon.
Acorns Children's Hospice Trust cares for life-limited children and their families from across the West Midlands region. Since 1988 more than 1,100 families have been helped by Acorns but there are many more who need the care Acorns offers. Acorns has three hospices, situated in Birmingham, Walsall and Worcester and a Community Team that offers practical and emotional support to families in their homes, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
We are also currently gearing up for one of our team to be taking part in the skydive in August, a huge challenge and a chance for us to not only contribute towards the costs of the charity, but also to achieve a personal goal. To find out more or to donate, please click here or on the button below.
The Mission was set up by a local couple in 1990. The organisation, which is patronised by many local volunteers, reaches out to the poor and needy in Leamington Spa and districts. The area has a high number of homeless people and many families living well below the poverty line. The outreach was initially set up to help those who are homeless by providing soup and sandwiches to folk who were sleeping rough in the bushes and in the shop doorways. The mission soon managed to obtain a van which is used as a soup kitchen to more than 50 people every night who come looking for soup, food and spiritual encouragement.