We're working with Charities Trust to focus on the three things our customers, Partners and employees feel most passionately about.
Helping the environment
Firstly, as the climate crisis threatens our children’s futures, we want to have a positive impact on the environment, so for every customer that signs up to all of our home services, we’ll fund the planting of new trees to absorb carbon dioxide.
We’re hoping that we can help plant 100,000 new trees on Bryn Arw in the Brecon Beacons over the next year. That’s an area the size of 100 Wembley pitches, absorbing 20,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide.*
NHS staff and volunteers are working tirelessly and are making huge sacrifices to save lives and help people fighting coronavirus. So, we’re fundraising for NHS frontline causes to provide wellbeing packs for staff and volunteers; support isolated patients with devices so they can communicate with friends and family while in hospital or in isolation; and offer longer term mental health support for people affected by coronavirus.
Supporting local communities
Finally, we're supporting disadvantaged communities close to our offices in London, Bolton and Bournemouth. And, our new charitable foundation will match every £1 raised by Partners and colleagues, doubling the overall contribution. For more information please contact [email protected].
The UW Foundation is administered by Charities Trust. Charity Registration number: 327489
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Sources: Carbon Brief, Solar Electric Power Company, Energy Savings Trust, Business Matters Magazine, The Climate Change Group, Savings LIght Bulbs and Trees for Life, Forest Carbon.