Corporate Social Responsibility

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Supporting and implementing sustainable practices is paramount at Nemesis and throughout our operations. We strive to go beyond our statutory obligations and minimise our impact on the environment.
We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and identifying and implementing savings, wherever we can. We recycle office and project waste materials and minimise business-related travel.
We encourage the brands we work with to consider sustainable packaging and are also currently in the process of setting up our own campaign to educate people on the use of plastics.

Charity support

Supporting charities is extremely important to the Nemesis team, from local good causes to national charities that are close to our hearts.
We regularly fundraise and in the past 20 years, we have donated thousands of pounds to the charities we support. These include:

Based in Worcester, home to Nemesis’ main headquarters, St Richard’s Hospice cares for adults with a serious progressive illness, improving their quality of life from diagnosis, during treatment and to their last days. They also support loved ones. The majority of income is from public donations, from gifts in wills and one off or regular donations to fundraising events.


Nearly 1.5 million UK families can’t afford a single day out together, with 50% of families with disabled children saying the stigma and discrimination they face makes them feel isolated. Circus Starr brings all the fun of the circus to families experiencing these difficulties, touring the UK with the best in circus talent from around the world and stage 148 animal-free shows each year.


Wooden Spoon is a charity that changes children’s lives through the power of rugby. Each year, the charity funds around 70 projects, from community programmes and specialist playgrounds to medical treatment centres and sensory rooms. Since 1983, they have distributed over £26 million to more than 700 projects, helping more than a million children.