26th September 2023 Wokingham, UK: Leading Global Sustainable Technology Services firm Nebula Global Services is proud to announce their recent partnership with community support and food charity SHARE Wokingham.
As part of their social strategy to support the communities local to team members, Nebula identified SHARE Wokingham as the perfect charity to launch their first alliance in the hometown of their HQ. SHARE Wokingham and their affiliate organisations save over 40 tonnes of food and beverage a month, which supports in excess of 500 households (2,000 people) every week. Unfortunately, those numbers continue to grow due to the cost-of-living crisis so it is imperative that businesses look to support their local charities who provide the final safety net for many people in need.
Claire Revie, Founder of SHARE Wokingham commented on the recent alliance “Working with the Nebula team is entirely different to working with any other corporate team. SHARE has become a community of its own and a support network for not just those that come along for food but also for the volunteers – Nebula are integral in that. The team support regularly, they make extra efforts on the days we are open to ensure they are of assistance to all in attendance and they are fully committed not just on service days but to the charity as a whole.”
Ross Teague, CEO at Nebula Global Services commented “The Nebula team are proud that SHARE Wokingham has agreed to this new partnership. Their values are very much aligned to those of Nebula’s, in terms of supporting others to build a more sustainable community, and helping those who need it the most. It has been very humbling to see what the charity does for the people of Wokingham and the surrounding Berkshire area. If we can do our little bit to support them on that journey through volunteering our team members and providing cash donations then that is reward in itself.”
Revie goes on to say “Nebula have shown they do not want to just to make a token gesture to a charity but to support long term. We are incredibly blessed to have a connection with them.”
SHARE started in March 2020 with one site in Wokingham and now a little over 3 years later collect from over 20 local suppliers and support 15 sites across the Wokingham, Bracknell, Ascot and Sunningdale areas.
Find out more about SHARE Wokingham