Lark Supporting Charities

Our charity work

At Lark, we believe in enjoying what we do, and are privileged to be able to give something back. Our committed and motivated staff raise money for a number of charities, which we as a business also look to support with matched funding.

We are committed to helping our staff to raise money for charitable causes. To help generate as much money for these good causes we, as a business, support all charitable undertakings by matching any funding raised. It’s our way of giving back.

LARK STAFF CHARITY EVENTS

Our staff love throwing themselves into a variety of fun fundraising activities, from the more run of the mill (quiz nights, dress down days and bake sales) to the more extreme challenges (marathons, skydiving, white-collar boxing and mountain climbing).

The Not forgotten association

While we support many worthy causes, Lark’s chosen charity partner is the Not Forgotten Association (NFA).

This fantastic, but small and (sadly) underfunded, charity is a unique national tri-service charity that provides entertainment, leisure and recreation for the serving wounded, injured or sick and for ex-service men and women with disabilities.

Lark recently helped The NFA secure £5,000 of funding via a winning submission to theAviva Community Fund. This money will be of great help to The NFA in its plans to continue to bring its support to their local community.

Our submission video can be viewed below:

 

Our Chosen Charities

These are just some of the charities that Lark staff regularly raise funds for.

  • Fighting Ependymoma

    World class research into childhood ependymoma brain cancer.

  • Haven House Children's Hospice

    Haven House Children's Hospice supports families and cares for children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions across North and East London, West Essex and East Hertfordshire.

  • Heart of Kent Hospice

    An independent charity providing expert care for people facing the challenge of a life-limiting illness with specialist teams caring for nearly 1,000 patients and their families each year.

  • Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

    Phyllis Tuckwell is the only Hospice Care service for adult patients, and their families, across the whole of West Surrey and part of North East Hampshire, both in the Hospice, at the Beacon Centre, in patients’ own homes and in the community.

  • Brainwave

    Brainwave is a charity that exists to help children with disabilities and additional needs to achieve greater independence by aiming to improve mobility, communication skills and learning potential through a range of educational and physical therapies.

  • SportsAid

    SportsAid helps young sports people overcome the financial challenges they face in their bid to become Britain’s next generation of sporting heroes. The charity’s patron is Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge.

  • East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice

    EACH supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

  • Smart Works

    Smart Works is a UK charity that provides high quality interview clothes, styling advice and interview training to women in need. Smartworks gives women the confidence, the self-belief and the practical tools they require to succeed at interview and start a new chapter of their life.

  • Youth Music

    Youth Music invest in music-making projects where they’re really needed. Bringing opportunities for children to learn a new musical genre in a town where not much happens. Supporting a ground-breaking initiative in a deprived part of a city. Responding to difficult challenges like young people at risk of radicalisation.

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Lark’s Partners

Lark's associations and sponsorships