Every day, while walking to our favourite park or station, we all witness bins overflowing with rubbish and sometimes, we don’t have any other option than look the other way.
However, if we let rubbish become a natural part of the streets, not only does it impact the aesthetics of our parks and streets, but it alters the necessary hygiene for our communities to enjoy them safely. This is something that can be addressed.
At Keyrus UK, we wish to join forces to collect rubbish in our local communities, including parks and nature reserves. We believe simple but collective actions like this are a perfect starting point to create a consciousness of preserving our local spaces and nature. We will be heading out in force armed with litter pickers over the coming months to make a positive impact on our local environment – watch this space!
On the occasion of the 21st edition of the Odyssea race, a sporting challenge against breast cancer, Keyrus employees reiterated their commitment to the Keyrus Foundation by participating for the 2nd consecutive year.
Since its creation, the Keyrus Foundation has been committed to promoting gender equality in the tech industry.
The AS Trélivan is the football school of the small Breton town of Trélivan. Presided over by Yoann Rehel, accompanied by about fifty volunteers, the AS Trélivan allows 180 children to practice their passion for football. Thanks to the help of the Keyrus Foundation, the AS Trélivan was able, a few years ago, to equip the children with windbreakers, and more recently to purchase 1000 reusable cups, allowing the association to reduce its waste.