The TSI World Berkshire Bees have always created strong links with our local community and charities. Since moving to Slough, we have extended our Community Links to include all of Berkshire as well as our local London Boroughs, South Buckinghamshire, Surrey and North Hampshire.

Since COVID, we have continued our successful Schools programme, but this has now had to take a different format.  We continue to work with Schools, but now on a more remote basis but this means we are able to take far more schools into the programme. There are still discounted and free tickets available for schools for many Bees games through the season for registered Schools as well as a chance for Students to join our Buzz Club, a supporters club designed for Junior Supporters. For more details and to express interest for your school, please contact

In our other Community work, we continue to support the Slough based Chalvey Can group and, with our title sponsors TSI World Ltd, the Thames Valley Learning Partnership Sports events.  We also look forward to continuing our partnership with Windsor on Ice offering free Ice Hockey taster session as we lead up to Christmas in 2024.

In our Charity work, we have our annual Teddy Bear Toss game in aid of the Alexander Devine Hospice for Children, where our amazing players and fans donated more than 400 Teddy Bears. We have continued to work with Young Epilepsy and developed a new charity partnership with the Pink Ribbon Foundation.

We are always keen to hear of other opportunities where we can be get involved in local community events, organisations and charities.  Please contact us at

Read the Club’s Mission Statement on Community, Charity and other initiatives here.

We are delighted that we have partnered with Great Oaks College in Hounslow (  Great Oaks is a fantastic local educational setting for 19-25 year olds with SEND, whose educational programmes are designed to prepare their students for active lives, increasing opportunities available to them through increased independence and communication skills. The partnership will see Great Oaks students volunteering for the Bees as part of the their employability training as well as helping with developing their independence and communication skills.  We are, quite rightly, proud of this brand new Community Partnership and we look forward to seeing many students at the Bees Games next season.

In the past year we have helped and made ticket donations to many schools, Scout and Guide groups as well as other organisations such as the Surrey County Fostering Association.