Charitable Partnerships

Our Current Charitable Partnership

Kinetic Foundation

 

We are delighted to be partnering with the Kinetic Foundation again this year; a growing London-based charity that uses sport to attract and engage with disadvantaged young people from South London who are at risk of disengagement or deprivation.

 

Kinetic Foundation supports and helps young people aged 14-19, developing their skills and capabilities as well as improving their educational aspirations and achievements to enable them to participate in and integrate into society as independent, mature and responsible individuals.

Our Previous Charitable Partnerships

YoungMinds

YoungMinds

YoungMinds is committed to improving the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.  The charity is leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered whatever the challenges, making sure they get the best possible mental health support and the resilience to overcome life’s difficulties.
Kinetic Foundation

Kinetic Foundation

Established in the wake of the London Riots in 2011, The Kinetic Foundation set out to engage disadvantaged young people from South London. In the past 10 years they have nurtured almost 50 graduates into signing professional football contracts.
SeeAbility

SeeAbility

SeeAbility specialises in supporting people with learning disabilities or autism, who may also have sight loss or complex support needs, to live ambitious lives and achieve things they never thought possible. Whether that is forming more friendships, enjoying new experiences and activities or finding employment, encouraging them to challenge their life expectations, from themselves and from wider society.
Friendship Works

Friendship Works

Friendship works has been providing volunteer mentors for vulnerable children from challenged inner city families for over 40 years. By providing a volunteer adult mentor the charity aims to help them turnaround their fortunes.
Senahasa Trust

Senahasa Trust

Senahasa Trust is a small charity determined to make a real difference at community level in Sri Lanka. Following the Tsunami on 26 December 2004, their work in Sri Lanka has been stepped up significantly.

Charitable Achievements

Other notable personal achievements in charitable giving include two members of the Rutland team completing the Vatternrundan, a 300km cycle ride round Lake Vattern in Southern Sweden. In addition, individual members of the Rutland team have taken on the following challenges.

2018

 

Following a successful challenge in 2017, Oliver Jones took on the Bangers4BEN charity driving challenge again with co-driver Tristan Craddock.

2018

 

Alice Moore, Nigel Moss and David Holt completed the 25k Thames Bridges Trek in aid of YoungMinds.

2017

 

Oliver Jones took on a driving challenge that took him, and colleagues from Aston Barclay, from London to Strasbourg to Davos and back in just four days in aid of the charity, Bangers4BEN.

2017

 

Nigel Moss completed RideLondon for the second year running in aid of SeeAbility.

2016

 

A 13-strong cycle team from Rutland completed RideLondon in aid of SeeAbility.

2016

 

Alice Moore learnt how to dance a Foxtrot to compete against five other amateur dancers in a charity show in aid of SeeAbility.

2015

 

Oliver Jones is taking on the Deloitte Ride Across Britain Challenge in aid of SeeAbility.

2012

 

Oliver Jones cycled for Different Strokes.