Blue Water Energy has taken an active involvement in supporting local charities & community initiatives.
BWE believe strongly in supporting charities and good causes, especially in the local communities of our office and our portfolio company offices. Our core theme is the welfare of children and we currently support 6 different charities where this principal is at the heart of what they do. We also support on an ad-hoc basis a number of other charities where child welfare is their core purpose.
Through the support of Blue Water Energy and Tom and Helena Sikorksi, Moorfields Eye Hospital is pioneering research using next-generation sequencing technology into the treatment of retinoblastoma, the most common inherited cancer among children. As a result of this support, Moorfields hopes to develop more effective and less invasive treatments and enable earlier diagnosis, with the aim of targeted therapy.Visit website
Greenhouse Sports is a London based charity that has set up a number of sports programmes across the city, focusing on engaging and supporting disadvantaged young people through sport. Studies have shown how sports education can have an impact on educational attainment, attendance and behaviour of young people.Visit website
The Aberdeen and North Centre for Haematology, Oncology and Radiotherapy (ANCHOR) unit is an NHS department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary which treats patients with all forms of cancer, leukaemia and benign blood disorders throughout the North-east of Scotland including Orkney and Shetland. Friends of ANCHOR was set up to directly support the ANCHOR unit by committing long-term funding to the following three areas: (1) non-NHS funded equipment, (2) Patient Wellbeing and (3) Local Research.Visit website
Early Lives has been set up to improve care for babies, families and staff on the Neonatal Unit at UCLH. This is a collaboration between doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and parents of babies that have been cared for at UCLH. Early lives will continue to support research, improving facilities on the neonatal unit, supporting neonatal education for staff, as well as funding things that support the care of babies and families on the unit.Visit website
Angus Carers Services is a network set up in Angus in order to support local young carers to enable them to feel valued and confident in their caring situation and to develop their own potential needs. Their aim is to improve the quality of life for all carers by providing information and advice service, support to careers at an emotion practical and social level.Visit website
Serpentine’s School Programme has been developed to ensure the arts are linked to the wider curriculum throughout the school year and that young people have an opportunity to think creatively and work together with artists. The programme encompasses long term artist residencies, artist led youth programmes, workshops and visits to the Serpentine Galleries.Visit website
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is one of the world’s leading children’s research hospitals and treats tens of thousands of seriously ill young people from across the UK every year. Some of the most complex and least understood conditions in modern medicine are researched and treated here. Blue Water Energy is supporting the work of the Play Team at GOSH who ensure that children have access to fun and engaging activities to reduce stress and worry around treatment, as well as advise on play activities that may support a child’s recovery.Visit website
Switchboard - the LGBT+ Helpline provides an information, support and referral service for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans communities - and anyone considering issues around their sexuality and/or gender identity. The helpline has been in operation since 1974 and is run by a community of over 200 volunteers who are there to listen, support and provide calm words when needed most.Visit website
Three Peaks Challenge - £22,245 Raised!
The BWE team successfully completed the Three Peaks Challenge (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike & Snowden), raising £22,245 for the charities, Greenhouse Sports and Early Lives Matter. Thanks to all our sponsors!
We understand the importance of creating an ESG connection between a business and its people. That is why, for example, there is a BWE twist in the community dimension of our own ESG activities: each good cause we support has a direct link to someone in our team.
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