In 2014, CHS contributed just over £25,000 to good causes and donated some 200 hours of voluntary time to charitable projects; this included the provision of engineers and materials to overhaul charities' heating systems and staff to help build a new music therapy garden at The Henry Tyndale School in Farnborough. Other beneficiaries of the outstanding Central Heating Services community work include The Source Young People's Charity, Parity for Disability, The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, The Gaming Zone and Cancer Research.
Speaking on behalf of CHS, Rob Banks, Managing Director, said "We are delighted to receive an award for our contribution to the community. As a socially-minded organisation we take pride in finding ways to help others. We actively encourage our staff to volunteer and to help fundraise for a range of causes and of course we have a great time whilst doing so."
Speaking on behalf of the Community Matters Partnership Project, Christine Eustace, project manager, said: "CHS are a much loved company, often going above and beyond the call of duty to find ways to help those most in need. From cake sales to dress down days, bike rides to parachute jumps, CHS are always actively at the forefront of community giving and we are lucky to have them in the Borough."