Charitable Giving

At Green Rose, we take great pride in supporting charities. We've enjoyed being personally involved in sponsored events and we are committed to making regular financial contributions to both local and national charities and organisations, either through direct donation, or through sponsoring friends, family and clients with their projects.

Green Rose currently makes a charitable donation of 2% of net profit, a figure which is reviewed annually with a goal of increasing the money we give over time.  We are proud to have supported over 50 charities, and counting.

The picture below is Sam Green and Gina Deen (right to left). Sam is our Case Manager and Gina is Jason's mother. They are completing the "Girls Night Out" for St Nicholas Hospice. A great achievement walking 11.2 miles and raising over £300. Fantastic!

 

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We are pleased to have joined in with supporting (amongst others):-

Action Medical Research for Children

Addenbrooke's Kidney Patients Association

Alzheimers Society

Arthritis Research UK

British Heart Foundation

British Red Cross

Cancer Research UK

Children In Need

Cleft Palate and Lip Association

CLIC Sargent

Comic Relief

Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Disasters Emergency Committee

East Anglia's Children's Hospices

East Anglian Air Ambulance

Equality Now

Fanconi Hope

Fighting Blindness

Genisis Research Trust

Go Sober

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Henry's Holiday Help

Kinergy

Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance

Middlesbrough & Teeside Philanthropic Foundation

MIND

MS Society

Muscular Dystrophy UK

MND Association

NHS Princess Alexandra Hospital

Princes Trust

Princess Alexander Hospital

RSPCA

Salvation Army

Samaritans

SPD Dog Rescue

Sport Relief

St Ann's Hospice

St Barnabas Hospice 

St Joseph's Hospice

St Luke's Hospice

Stand up to Cancer

Teenager Cancer Trust

Text Santa

The Ballet Shoe Workshop

The Bulgarian Abandoned Children's Trust

Upbeat

West Suffolk Hospital

Wickhambrook Community Primary School

Wickhambrook Parish Council

Wickhambrook Youth Football Club

 

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