Churchill Foundation raises over £250,000 in its first year

Churchill Retirement Living is proud to announce that its charitable arm the Churchill Foundation has raised a total of over £250,000 in its first full year.

This impressive total will help a wide range of charities, including the Foundation’s main partner charities for 2016, Macmillan Cancer Support, The Silver Line, ChildLine and WellChild.

The Churchill Foundation is a registered charity, with Dame Esther Rantzen DBE as its Patron. The Foundation enables Churchill to support the many local communities where it works, and give to a wide range of charities based on three core areas: the relief of sickness, disease and human suffering; the promotion of health amongst the elderly; and the support and wellbeing of the young.

As well as its main partner charities, the Foundation also runs a Small Grants programme to support many different local organisations and causes all over the UK.

Spencer McCarthy, Churchill Retirement Living’s Chairman & CEO and a Trustee of the Churchill Foundation, said:

“At Churchill Retirement Living we believe strongly in giving something back to the communities we build in. The Churchill Foundation is a relatively new initiative that we are very proud of and its aim is to transform people’s lives by supporting a wide range of charities. We’re delighted with the success it’s achieved in its first full year, raising well over a quarter of a million pounds for national and local causes which all mean a lot to us.

“We are keen to support the communities in which we build, so if you know of a local group, school, charity or cause who needs some extra help, then please get in touch and we may be able to help.”

If you know an organisation you feel could benefit from a small grant from The Churchill Foundation, you can find out more about the application process by clicking here