We promote and support a culture of diversity and inclusion across our teams.
We believe you deserve a wage that meets your everyday needs. That’s why we are one of the only local employers voluntarily offering the Living Wage Foundation to everyone who works for us.
We support many local community groups near our headquarters in Poole, Dorset. In addition, we regularly take part in events for causes close to the hearts of our founders and our teams, like Red Nose Day and the Macmillan Coffee Mornings.
We respect and admire Lewis Manning Hospice’s vision to support every adult in East Dorset and Purbeck with a life-limiting illness to choose how they receive their care. At a time in life where dignity and compassion are more important than ever, Lewis Manning Hospice enables men and women to make important choices for themselves.
To launch our support, we made a one-off donation. Then across 2022 and beyond, all proceeds from our work tuck shop will add to our fundraising. We will also donate any money raised at work events.
We are a significant supplier and manufacturer of PPE and sanitiser in the UK. In addition, we are the leading supplier of disposable gloves in the United Kingdom and a family business with over 200 employees in our local area. Through our local community, we saw how the pandemic hit the most vulnerable in our society and knew we needed to do our bit.
From a sponsored plane pull to PPE donations, Poole Bay Holdings proudly supported Julia’s House for five years. We value their essential work for children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
Imagine learning another language when you never learned to write or hold a pen. It’s a real challenge, but the sense of achievement can be immense.
Bright Path Futures are an Afghan-led coaching project for refugee families newly settled in the United Kingdom. They offer first language workshops in cultural integration and wellbeing, and information leaflets and resources in two Afghan languages.
When we heard about Bright Path Futures’ work with 2,500 Afghan refugee women facing the daunting challenge of starting a new life in hotels across the country, we knew we had to help and immediately donated to the project.
We were happy to donate furniture to the garden to give a little back to the incredible team who continue to work tirelessly for our community here in Dorset.