Santander Consumer Finance UK’s latest Big Build project was its most ambitious to date
23rd October 2014
INSEAD’s MBA Welcome Week brought the July promotion back to the Salvation Army’s Gracehaven campus in Singapore to create an outdoor play area, internal storage area and walls for additional bedrooms.
21st October 2014
Splash Projects and Santander Consumer Finance have collaborated once again to contribute to Young Epilepsy UK in Lingfield, Surrey through its annual “Big Build” project. Working with children under the age of 25, Young Epilepsy aims to brighten the lives of those with epilepsy and associated conditions. Their rehabilitation, educational and healthcare services are supported by 100 years of world class expertise and programming for parents, providers and professionals.
14th April 2014
Delivered to the Ellen Poidatz Foundation “Living and breathing the values… respect for people, respect for our planet”-Dan Gilbert, participant In an event marking Heineken’s 150th anniversary, Professor Jean-Claude Larreche, of INSEAD lead a team of forty Heineken employees to build a comprehensive recreational facility for special-needs children at the Ellen Poidatz Foundation. Splash…
21st January 2014
France At Chancepoix, the INSEAD MBA 14D promotion came together to construct a mountain bike trail for the special-needs children at EPMS Chancepoix. This innovative experience put Splash’s motto of giving back to the community to the test by taking a group of aspiring MBAs to the French countryside for a common purpose. Enduring the…
21st September 2013
Santander undertook another Splash Project in 2013 across two locations. In June a group of volunteers went to Young Epilepsy in Lingfield Surrey where they built a new outdoor classroom for the children and support workers at the centre. The team designed and built a sensory obstacle course to encourage trust and confidence amongst the young people that visit the farm.
18th April 2013
Just outside Paris, a team of 40 Heineken employees led and managed the construction of a new sensory garden for children at the Ellen Poidatz Foundation.