We want to give back to the people and communities we work with every day. So we partner with a range of local and national organisations, often affiliated to our clients, to have a real impact on individual lives.
The Army Benevolent Fund
ABF are the Army’s national charity, giving a lifetime of support to serving soldiers, former soldiers and their immediate families when they are in need.
From helping wounded soldiers to adapt to life after service, to assisting elderly veterans to keep their independence, the ABF are there here for the Army family when they need them. The ABF offer support in six key areas: independent living, elderly care, education and employability, mental fitness, families and housing.
The RNRMC is the principal charity of the Royal Navy existing to help throughout life, channeling funds to where need is identified at whatever stage. From elderly care, through mental health provision for children's charities, to whichever stage in life a safety net is needed.
THE RAF BENEVOLENT FUND
For more than 100 years, the RAF Benevolent Fund has been supporting members of the RAF Family through thick and thin providing practical, emotional, and financial support whenever needed. Every day the work that they do is making a huge impact on the lives of individuals and families of the RAF Family ensuring that none will face adversity alone.
THE UK OIL & GAS CHAPLAINCY
The UK Oil & Gas Chaplaincy offers pastoral care and financial support to those who work or have worked in the industry and their dependants. The Chaplaincy was founded in the late 1980s and the current chaplain, the Reverend Gordon Craig, continues to ensure the organisation remains as an integral part of the UK Oil and Gas Industry. The charity cares for everyone, regardless of faith, or none, and beneficiaries are supported in their workplaces and homes.
MENTAL HEALTH UK
Mental Health UK brings together the heritage and experience of four charities from across the country who’ve been supporting people with their mental health for nearly 50 years.
With local service delivery and national expertise in supporting people whose lives are affected by mental health problems, MHUK have been able to mark a significant footprint in the areas that deeply challenge mental health and stability.
MHUK provide support and services for some of the biggest societal challenges that pose a threat to people’s mental health, including money problems, navigating through the system to get the right support, understanding mental health, loneliness and isolation, and resilience in young people.