Charity work

CBW Foundation

CBW regularly supports and takes part in charitable activities, raising money for a range of good causes. Since the CBW Foundation was launched, we have raised over £100,000 for charity through a series of events including Macmillan Coffee Mornings, Jeans for Genes days and Movember.

Our charity of choice

Each year the CBW team participate in a range of challenges and events to raise awareness and funds for our nominated charity.

The North London Hospice

CBW’s current chosen charity is The North London Hospice. The North London Hospice are based near Whetstone which covers a vast area of North London for those with life limiting illnesses and rely on funding from the public.   They are committed to providing the highest quality palliative and end of life care and support for both patients and their families.

 

MS-UK

MS-UK, a charity that puts people affected by MS-UK at the heart of their work, was CBW’s chosen charity of choice from 2017-2019. MS-UK provides high quality, professional services to support people living with Multiple Sclerosis.

Street Souls

Street Souls, a charity for the homeless, was CBW’s nominated charity for two years. Over that time, CBW raised over £4,000 for Street Souls. Staff members also donated lots of clothes and toiletries which were all going towards helping the homeless.

Movember

Each year, CBW support Movember in conjunction with our International Association DFK. We are delighted to be working together with our DFK teams across the globe to raise awareness and funds for this great cause.

Huntington’s Disease Association

The CBW team raised over £20,000 for the Huntington’s Disease Association. Multiple fundraising events including a number of number of runs, ranging from 5k up to marathons, M25 bike ride, raffles and cake sales have all contributed to this great achievement. Thank you to all our clients and friends of CBW for supporting us.

COSMIC Charity

In 2012, CBW raised over £44,000 for COSMIC by completing a six-month inter firm Olympics programme (with special guest, Andrew Lindsay, Sydney Olympics Gold Medalist) and the Three Peaks Challenge.