In the Community

Cranfield Business Recovery has enjoyed being part of the Midlands business community since it was started in 2001 by Tony Mitchell.  As a successful business, we believe that we have a social responsibility to integrate with the local community and to provide help to those good causes which benefit society as a whole.

We have a social responsibility policy of nominating either a charity or local project to support each year.  When a new charity is chosen, we encourage the whole team to become involved and to actively participate in the fundraising activities.

The good causes that are featured here highlight the projects in our community that Cranfield Business Recovery has been proud to be associated with.  Each project resonates directly with either one of our directors or staff members.  We recognise that there are many charities and worthwhile causes that often undertake and support life-changing work.  Wherever possible, we also look to support other charities that our professional contacts and clients are helping to raising money for.

Cranfield chooses Charity

Published June 2015

We've chosen to support Molly Olly’s Wishes, a Warwickshire based charity which launched in 2011.

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Ronald McDonald House

Published May 2014

In 2014, Cranfield Business Recovery was proud to select the Ronald McDonald House Charities as its chosen charity for the year. This charity is very poignant to our director Brett Barton due to the support they provided to his niece Georgia. Our aim was to raise at least £5,000 to sponsor a room in the Birmingham House.

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Belgrade Theatre

Published February 2013

Since 2012, Cranfield Business Recovery has enjoyed being a member of the Belgrade Theatre. The theatre is an important symbol of culture within the West Midlands and provides a source of enjoyment for individuals of all ages as well as key facilities for local businesses.

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Cranfield Sponsors Local Athlete Katrina Wootton

Published October 2012

In 2010 we were proud to assist Katrina Wootton in preparing for the 2012 London Olympics.

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