CGG reaches out to Local Community
Following the relocation of 150 staff from annex buildings to its main Crompton Way site, CGG has donated more than 600 items of ‘good as new’ surplus furniture to local charities. Working in collaboration with STEMSussex, Crawley Voluntary Services and suggestions from employees, the company has helped 50 schools and many local charities.
The project was created by Richard Gibson and Natalie Goodchild at CGG and it wouldn’t have been possible without the hard work of the Crawley based Facilities team; Dave Sarling, Dan Coombs, Paul Tester and Tony Maynard who sorted, packaged, lifted and moved every single item …
Well done everyone – a great example of Manor Royal companies making a difference in our local communities.