CSR Mixer An Opportunity for NETWORKING, Knowledge sharing & a bit of FUN

Adobe invites you to join a networking event with individuals working in CSR and sustainabililty to share ideas and explore opportunities for learning and collaboration. Our hope is that everyone will walk away with actionable ideas about how your company's community engagement efforts can contribute towards the development of a sustainable community.

SportsAble, an Adobe Foundation grantee, have offered to host the gathering at their scenic venue in Maidenhead, just a 10 minute walk from the Maidenhead station. The event will begin with a brief overview of SportsAble's work followed by a discussion on CSR facilitated by Kim Kerry-Tyerman, Corporate Responsibility Lead for Adobe. The event will offer an informal environment for attendees to showcase their programs and discuss best practices on a chosen topic, and close with a group activity facilitated by SportsAble and a cocktail mixer. This is an open invitation, you are encouraged to forward to your network and colleagues working in CSR, sustainability and social impact.

Wednesday, 8 February, 16:00-18:00

SportsAble, Braywick Sports Ground, Maidenhead SL6 1BN

Please contact Kim Kerry-Tyerman at kimkt@adobe.com with questions.

SportsAble is an award winning disabled multi-sports charity based in the centre of Berkshire. Its aim is to change the lives of disabled people through sport. Our members have represented Great Britain at every Paralympic Games since 1976. Please enquire about our unique team building events. Using our specialist coaches and paralympians we design everything around your business needs. Your team can gain new skills, get a real insight into disabled sport, and the opportunity to compete against disabled athletes. In addition all income from these events goes directly to the charity which means we can change more people's lives through sport! Find out more at sportsable.co.uk

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