We’ve scooped a bronze award for our commitment to the armed forces community


Our commitment as a ‘no barriers’ employer have been acknowledged with a bronze award from the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) awarded to The Right Fuelcard Company, who runs our Foundation

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Why we’re adopting the inspiring Leeds Children’s Charity again


We’re delighted to nominate Leeds Children’s Charity as our adopted charity for another year – because of its inspirational work to bring laughter into the lives of 7-11 year olds hailing from some of the most deprived areas in Leeds.

Our designated charity creates happy childhood memories for the neediest of families, with a fun-filled, week-long break.

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Looking to put something back? : Five fab organisations seeking volunteers


We’re very proud of our deep-rooted ethos of giving back to our local communities and of supporting some powerful campaigns with organisations including The Prince’s Trust.

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We’re always looking for stars – here’s the secret of how to shine!

Simon Hartley

Recruiting the top talent through our ‘earn as you learn’ bootcamp training programmes remains a high priority for our ‘can do’ top team at the Bayford Foundation where we’ve now recruited 13 new employees in less than six months.

In our guest blog Simon Hartley, the author of How to Shine, and a great supporter of the Foundation, unveils a wealth of top tips on how ordinary people like ourselves can be extraordinary.

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How to soar to new heights with a positive attitude

 Positivity Montage

Attitude counts for a lot at our groundbreaking Bayford Foundation in Hunslet where we equip our trainees and with fantastic skills and knowledge-based training programmes in the energy industry.

In a UK first, our foundation, run by BE Fuel Cards, takes recruits from all walks of life – and of all ages – and puts them through boot camp development programmes in Telephone Sales. Our ‘earn as you learn’ way of doing things means we also pay them while we train them.

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