Charity of the year
Every year Lubbock Fine proudly supports a charitable organisation, inviting staff to get involved with fundraising and volunteering activities.
2021 – Foodcycle
Foodcycle has a vision of a society where no one is hungry or lonely. Throughout the year, our team’s fundraising and volunteering efforts will support FoodCycle’s projects, which help vulnerable people, those from low-income families and people affected by homelessness, by serving nutritious community meals using surplus food.
Supporting a range of charities
Over the past few years, we have supported a range of charities:
- 2020: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
- 2019: The Passage
- 2018: Brain Tumour Research
- 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. 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.
We are proud of our long association with and sponsorship of our clients, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, a leading period instrument orchestra and Chineke! Orchestra, Europe's first majority-BME orchestra.
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.