Corporate Social Responsibility

Charity of the year

Every year Lubbock Fine proudly supports a charitable organisation, inviting staff to get involved with fundraising and volunteering activities.

2019 – The Passage

This year, staff voted for The Passage who help homeless people to transform their lives. Running London’s largest voluntary sector resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people, the organisation helps up to 200 men and women every day.

Outreach workers will contact those sleeping rough, offering them a place in their 40-bed hostel, Passage House. They also have 16 studio flats with support staff on site who specialise in helping long-term rough sleepers.

The video below gives further detail of their inspiring work:

Supporting a range of charities

Over the past few years, we have supported a range of charities:

2018: Brain Tumour Research (read about our efforts here)
2017: Teenage Cancer Trust
2016: Teach a Man to Fish
2015: Hopes and Dreams
2014: Alzheimer’s Society
2012-2013: Macmillan Cancer Support

Many of the firm’s partners are individually involved with charities as trustees and directors, including Sense International, a charity helping deafblind people in the developing world, and The Prince’s Trust.

In addition, we act for many charities and other not-for-profit organisations and have a full understanding of the sector. Our hands-on approach goes beyond merely fulfilling statutory obligations. Read more here. 

Sponsorship

We are proud of our long association with and sponsorship of our client, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, a leading period instrument orchestra. We are also delighted to be a corporate member of the Royal Academy of Arts.  

The environment

We work hard to reduce the impact of our activities on the environment and have already taken the following actions:

  • Using renewable energy where we can
  • Installing hot boiling water taps and motion sensitive lighting 
  • Providing staff with reusable water bottles
  • Contributing to the Planting Trees in Africa campaign who plant one fruit tree for each basket of fruit we purchase
  • Recycling dry waste as well as all toners from printers and photocopiers
  • Carefully disposing of computer equipment/office furniture, ensuring nothing goes to landfill
  • Only using paper that is Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certified

We’ve made a start and we understand that there’s further to go. We continue to look for ways to work greener and cleaner in the future.

To find out more, please contact us.

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