Giving back is something that we’re passionate about at Cherubs Nurseries.
Our Community Life initiative brings together our fundraising, voluntary work and ethical responsibilities such as recycling and how we recruit and retain our staff.
Supporting Local and National Charities
Each year we support a charity that has been chosen by our colleagues, parents and children. Throughout the year we work with this selected partner, with all our nurseries hosting events to raise awareness and money.
This year we will be working very closely with Nottingham City, Kings Mill and Bassetlaw Hospitals Children’s Wards. As a company we have decided to give more of our time to these fabulous places alongside donating gifts throughout the year and fundraising to buy necessary equipment. All of the donations given at our Summer fundraising events will go directly to purchasing gifts for the children to refurbishing children’s play areas too.
|Nottingham City Hospital||Kings Mill Hospital||Bassetlaw Hospital|
|Cherubs Executive House||Cherubs Ladybrook||Cherubs Worksop|
|Cherubs Kimberley||Cherubs Longdale|
|Cherubs Vale View||Cherubs Mansfield|
|Cherubs South Normanton|
|Cherubs Sutton in Ashfield|
Susan Mills, Managing Director said “We’re proud to announce our partnership with our three local Hospitals. After much deliberation and after consulting all Cherubs Nurseries stake holders we chose to do more local community work, to support our commitment to making the communities we serve better places to live, work and grow up in. I am looking forward to seeing what innovative fundraising ideas the team come up with to enable us to make a huge difference in 2018.”
Did you know?
Since 2014 we’ve raised over £30,000 for local and national charities and causes including Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, Cancer Research, Macmillan Cancer Support, Children in Need and Rainbows Children’s Hospice?
Corporate Social Responsibility
As an organisation we take Corporate Social Responsibility very seriously. We don’t think it should be left to somebody else. Here at Cherubs Nurseries we put strategies in place to help us go paperless and we ethically recycle all our used toys, staff uniform and books, often donating them to local charities and causes.
Did you know that each year we sit down with our management teams and staff to look at ways in which we can improve and amend what we already have in place? This means that we’re always reviewing what we currently do which in turn ensures that we’re doing the best job possible.
To find out more about corporate, social responsibility at Cherubs Nurseries please download our CSR statement here.