Farnborough Business Park is delighted to announce it has joined The Community Matters Partnership (CMP) Project, joining a growing list of local companies who are committed to working in close collaboration with others for the benefit of the local community in the Rushmoor Borough Council area.
The CMP Project encourages local organisations to work in partnership to address the needs of the local community. Commenting on FBP’s new membership, Paul Robins, Facilities Services Director, said: “I am delighted that Farnborough Business Park is joining The Community Matters Partnership. I hope that in conjunction with the other partner organisations we can help to make a real social difference in the Borough.”
In becoming a Partner of The CMP Project, FBP will work with a large team of volunteers tackling various community projects across the Rushmoor area. Representatives from FBP will join counterparts from business, the local council, colleges and charities to develop a formulated, strategic response to the needs of the Borough. ‘This really is great news for Rushmoor”, said Christine Eustace, CMP’s Project Lead. “Working in partnership with eminent, influential organisations such as Farnborough Business Park provides an exceptional opportunity for us to transform the lives of those less fortunate in our society.”
For further information, please contact:
The Community Matters Partnership Project