We support charitable schemes across the world, that help us to continue sharing our values outside of the UK. From reducing plastic waste to supplying clean drinking water, these are at the core of the services that we deliver.
Details of the individual charities and events that we support are listed below.
Registered Charity No: 1100505
We deliver fresh drinking water across the UK, but we also understand the importance of providing access to fresh drinking water in other countries too. Just a Drop brings sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities around the world. Safe water changes everything. It improves health, education, women's rights, leads to secure food sources, economic growth and brighter futures.
In association with The WHA we support the great work that this charity delivers.
Image credit: Just A Drop
Registered Charity No. 1003314
Children’s Hospice South West supports life-limited children and their families. CHSW are committed to making the most of short and precious lives. The care offered at each of their hospices is not simply about medical and nursing care for sick children, but about enriching the lives of children and their families. Families talk about the 'treasure chest' of precious memories they build, to carry into the future. Their work continues after bereavement for the whole family.
Registered Charity No: 1077998
The Devon Air Ambulance Trust raises the funds to keep two air ambulances flying for the county of Devon and the surrounding area. This is no small feat as it costs in the region of £4 million annually in order to keep both helicopters airborne. Being independent of government or National Lottery support, every single penny comes from the generosity and support of the community, businesses and friends of Devon.
Registered Charity No: 209603
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea, providing a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service around the coasts of the UK and RoI, as well as a seasonal lifeguard service on many of the busiest beaches in England and Wales.The RNLI is an independent charity, and does not receive any funding from the UK government. They can’t save lives at sea without public support. Lifeboats need to be designed, built, fuelled and maintained, and their crews trained and equipped. With 235 lifeboat stations, crewed mainly by local volunteers, the RNLI is at the heart of communities all around the UK.
Registered Charity No: 1140676
FORCE is an established cancer charity based in Exeter. Their work finances improvements in patient care through research, the purchase of advanced equipment and a new Information and Support Centre located in the grounds of the RD&E Hospital, Exeter. FORCE Cancer Charity generates all its income from voluntary contributions. They rely on fund-raising events, their 'Friends of FORCE' groups, legacies, donations and their award winning charity shop in Heavitree to raise much needed funds.
Registered Charity No: 297798
Hospiscare is a local hospice charity that offers high quality care and support to people with life-threatening illnesses and those close to them. What makes Hospiscare special is that people receive a service personal to their particular needs. They treat each patient asindividuals, encompassing the emotional, social and spiritual aspects as well as the physical ones. Founded for the local community, by the local community, Hospiscare is an independent charity. They rely on the generosity of local people to raise most of the £3.5m a year needed to deliver their service.
Every year we provide free drinking water to the thousands of participants in events such as Children's Hospice South West's Rainbow Run, The Force Cycle Challenge and The Commando Challenge charitable events.
“We created the course through Cornwall's dramatic Clay Country not only to offer a unique sporting experience for runners nationwide, but to showcase the unique region on our doorstep. The idea came from a conversation with the local St Austell Running Club, whose commitment, enthusiasm and passion have been invaluable in putting on the event.”
The Marathon is just one of the many ways Eden aims to act as a catalyst for economic growth in the local region. “If we could build this place, in a former clay pit, surely together we can all take on even bigger challenges…”
The Rainbow Run is a 5k, untimed fun run. We support these fantastic family events in both Devon and Cornwall by providing free water refills to the participants during the event.
Since 1990 the Royal Marines Commando Challenge charity event has attracted tens of thousands of people from all over the UK and Europe. Participants come from all walks of life to take on this great team fundraising challenge.
We provide free water refills to the participants during the event.
A classic hundred mile pedal from Topsham over the roof of Exmoor and back. The Nello Bike Ride follows the local training route ridden by Marc Millon and Nello Ghezzo in preparation for their epic ride from Topsham to Venice in 1997. Nello tragically died of cancer in 1999 and this cycle ride has become an annual tribute to Nello. The event now attracts people from across the county and raises in excess of £40,000 for the FORCE Cancer Support Centre in Exeter. Details can be found on the FORCE website under events forcecancercharity.co.uk
Berkhamsted Rotary is one of the largest Rotary clubs in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, supporting young people, and helping to improve the lives of the elderly, vulnerable and disadvantaged both in the UK and overseas.
The Rotary organise charity events such as The Rotary Half Marathon and 5 Mile Run to raise funds and we'll be supporting the event by supplying free water refills to the participants during the event.
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