Chapman Robinson & Moore in the community
The whole team here at CRM are passionate about giving back to our local community, whether that be through charitable donations or volunteering our time, we always strive to make a difference where we can. Our staff are actively encouraged to head out into the community and volunteer where possible, we even dedicated a portion of our working hours to ensure we keep this up.
From small businesses to charities and sports teams to networking events, read on below to learn about our work within the local community.
Daybreak Oxford – Our Charity of the Year
Here at Chapman Robinson & Moore, we’re delighted to support Daybreak Oxford, a local charity that offers life-enhancing day clubs for people living with dementia and offer respite care for their family carers. Their aim is to keep families together.
Amount raised for Daybreak in 2021
Rose Hill Junior Youth Club
Rose Hill Junior Youth Club is based at Rose Hill Community Centre and provides an exciting, lively after school club for children aged 5 -11 to play, explore, run, dance, jump and just have lots of fun in a caring, supportive setting.
SSNAP offer support to sick and premature babies at the John Radcliffe Hospital and across the Thames Valley. They provide family support, medical equipment and fund medical research. Alan, our Technical Director, is a treasurer/trustee with SSNAP.
Robin Preschool Charity
Robin Preschool regard all children as unique and special. They aim to provide a welcoming, safe and stimulating environment in which the children can learn and play. It is a fun, friendly preschool situated at Edward Field Primary School that has now been running for over 40 years. Robin Preschool continues to strive to expand its offerings to the community. Our Commercial Manager, Jessica Mason, is Voluntary Director there and we also provide accountancy support for them.
Flo’s is a community-owned and run hub for people to meet, work, play, create, learn, eat, and connect. Open since September 2018 Flo’s is working to connect people of all ages in Florence Park and Cowley and provide a space where people can relax and meet each other in the heart of a beautiful park! Roger Allum, is their treasurer.
Maggie’s was previouisly our charity of the year in 2019. The team at CRM were committed to helping this wonderful charity to raise funds and also offer time as volunteers in support of the charities work.
Charity of the Year 2019 – £8,061.58 raised
Sobell House Hospice
The team at CRM are committed to helping this wonderful charity to raise funds and also offer their time as volunteers in support of the charities work.
Charity of the Year 2018 – £6,082.41 raised
The Oxford Food Hub collects good quality fresh food from local supermarkets and wholesalers and delivers it for free to numerous local registered charities.
We are delighted to support the charity with the Treasurer and accountancy roles.
Quest for learning
Quest for Learning is a teaching and training charity that aims to inspire young minds struggling with literacy and numeracy. Formerly Reading Quest, we support the charity with their financials, reporting and attend board meetings.
The Oxfordshire Family History Society
OFHS have resources for everyone researching genealogy in Oxfordshire.
We are delighted to support the charity by acting as the independent examiner.
Yarnton Football Club
A local football club. Two mens teams.
Paul Skinner is the voluntary Treasurer of the club.
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