We support charities and local sporting teams across the UK
Our teams work with a number of charities, both locally and further afield to help promote a healthy lifestyle and inspire a giving mindset to the people within our organisation. We work across the UK and globally to support a range of different charitable causes, including St. Luke’s Hospice and Care For The Wild.
St. Lukes Cheshire Hospice
On the 21st September 2019, the intrepid Team Saint began their mission. The mission was to complete (in one piece and leaving no-one behind), the Born Survivor course at Lowther Castle, Penrith.
A 12km assault course, designed by Royal Marine Commandos, featured obstacles with names like “Killa Bars”, “The Rat Holes” and “Mud Misery”, among many other equally warm and welcoming names.
Why did Team Saint do this I hear you ask?
The whole team wanted to do this in order to raise money for a fantastic charity called St. Luke’s Hospice, based in Winsford.
Since 1988, St Luke’s has been providing palliative care to local people, supporting them in ways which go beyond the scope and funding of the NHS. Last year they supported over 1,000 local people with a huge range of support, from end of life care on their wards to supporting carers, and from helping children cope with grief to helping patients return to work after an illness. They are a charity and provide all their care for free, so they rely on the generosity and commitment of their supporters to raise more than 80% of their costs.
The team at Saint all successfully completed the course and raised a huge £2,950.04 smashing our £2000 target.VIEW CHARITY
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Care for Wild
The Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary NPC is located in the greater Barberton Nature Reserve which incorporates Mountainlands Game Reserve, situated in the beautiful heartland of Mpumalanga, South Africa. The Sanctuary was founded by Petronel Nieuwoudt, with the goal of providing care and rehabilitation to a wide range of animals. Due to the drastic increase in the numbers of rhino poaching incidents within South Africa, and an ensuing large number of orphaned rhinos, the need for a specialised sanctuary which would rehabilitate and eventually release back into the wild became necessary.
Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary works directly with local communities in creating sustainable solutions that provide training, educational opportunities and ultimately jobs. This leads to members of the community developing livelihoods and securing promising futures for their communities through conservation.
The long-term sustainability of the CFWRS is ultimately through the creation of jobs and enterprises within the Sanctuary and surrounding communities, ensuring that the communities see tangible benefit in conserving the Sanctuary and Rhinos.VIEW CHARITY