Social Value

Supporting the Essex community

At Indaver, we’re dedicated to fostering connections within our local community to provide meaningful support.

 

We are committed to promoting well-being across all age groups and supporting environmental projects aimed at sustainability and improvement.

We’re supporting…

Indaver Rivenhall are working closely with the Farm Machinery Preservation Society (FMPS) to support their annual Crank Up events. In May 2022 we held the Crank Up event at our Rivenhall site. It was a great success and a brilliant opportunity to engage with the local community.

The Indaver team have partnered with the Essex Shed Network. As part of the Rivenhall IWMF and Energy Centre, Indaver and the Essex Shed Network will be developing a Woodhouse Farm, Men’s Shed onsite in collaboration.

The Indaver team are partnering with the the Silver End Heritage Society to support them with a website re-build – helping to improve their community communication and raise awareness of what they do in the local area.

We are working closely with the 295 Witham & Rivenhall Squadron to support them with their equipment and uniform needs.

The Rivenhall team had the pleasure of supporting Kelvedon Community Association with their 2023 Christmas light display. We provided the machinery and team to help them with the Christmas light installation in Kelvedon village.

We are proudly supporting the Feering Falcons Youth Football Club, by providing football kits for the under 6 football team. These are to be worn for the 2024/2025 football season.

Rivenhall are working with the Kelvedon and Feering Cricket Club to provide the women and girls cricket team with kit bags.

The team are proudly supporting Cressing Parish Council with the build of the new changing room and shower facilities on the playing field.

We have been supporting the Kelvedon in Bloom project with their Winter and Spring planting, providing the volunteers with the planters and flowers to bring the village to life.

We want to help …

We believe in the power of the community and the key role it plays in protecting the environment, and we feel we have the responsibility to provide the knowledge and tools it needs in our ongoing battle to preserve the environment.

If your project is promoting the reduce, reuse and recycle initiative, we want to hear from you.

Or, if you’re interested and think your project could be a great fit or would like to learn more about how we could help you, get in touch today via our contact page.