Corporate Social Responsibility

Our Community Support

Helping to make a difference is something our business and our people are striving to do, no matter how big or small the contribution. Findel Education supports charitable organisations and offers constructive help to local educational establishments.



Findel Education proudly supports Macmillan as its charity of choice for 2016/17. We have chosen to make a commitment to raising funds for Macmillan to help continue their tireless effort in supporting individuals and family’s who have been touched, in some way, by cancer related illness.

The benefits to our local and extended community and the ability for our contributions to reach out and support those in most need really does make Findel Education and our employees feel they are contributing to a great cause.

The Tameside Macmillan Unit is crucial in the care and treatment of patients coupled with the support the teams give to families, loved ones and friends. Being able to contribute in some small way to enable the Unit to reach out to patients in Tameside using state of the art facilities will be a milestone achievement and one we are extremely pleased to be a part of.


Greggs Breakfast Club

This Greggs Breakfast Club scheme allows us to support schools in areas of deprivation by providing a breakfast club for primary school children. It ensures a great start to their day and promotes health, wellbeing and learning and development in the classroom.

This year we have successfully partnered with Moston Lane Primary School in Manchester. The school has significantly increased the take up of children participating and the impact is having a marked improvement on the children’s attention and development at school at such an early age – we are very pleased to be supporting this initiative.


Sainsbury’s Active Kids

We are proud to support the Sainsbury’s Active Kids scheme through the products which we offer.  Last year Sainsbury’s donated a massive £11 million worth of equipment and experiences to UK schools and kids’ clubs, which adds up to an amazing grand total of over £170 million since Active Kids began in 2005.