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Every time you press Ctrl-P,
you help the homeless.

For every photocopier sold, we donate £20 to the ABS Foundation which carefully invests its money in meaningful, sustainable projects around the world.

We’ve already supported communities in Sri Lanka and India,
as well as projects much closer to home.

Not only that but our dedicated team regularly give up their time
to volunteer for the projects the Foundation supports.

Just another way we strive to Be Better.

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Our Projects

Here’s a handful of fantastic projects we’ve supported.

All made possible by our customers that have found a better way with ABS.

Infirmary Construction Project
in Sri Lanka

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Employability Day for Lightcliffe Academy in Halifax

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Primary School Flood Damage Prevention Project in India

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Primary School Roof Construction
in India

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HomeRun Project

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ABS UK Sponsor Student’s Charity Trip

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Solar Panel Installation in Sri Lanka

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Walk for Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Team

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Ggaba, The Disabled Children’s Centre

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Meet Our Trustees

Stacey Langley

Assistant to Directors

After volunteering at two orphanages in Sri Lanka, Stacey has the passion and drive to move projects forward and hopes to keep making a difference to humanity.

John Lees

Chairman of ABS

John is now spending most of his time researching potential projects, making him the most well-positioned member to carry out trustee functions!

Hannah Burgin

Service Administrator

With a keen eye for detail, Hannah uses her admin skills and brings new innovative ideas on how to take the Foundation to the next level.

Ben Tighe

Managed Print Specialist

As an ex merchant navy guy it was a no brainer to make Ben a trustee! He is already an experienced committee member at a local cricket club where he leads regular events and activities.

Do you know a charity or project we might be interested in?

Get in touch today and we’ll see if the ABS Foundation can help!

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