At Bond Wolfe, we believe we have a responsibility to our community, as well as our clients, staff and shareholders. That’s why we formed the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust.
The primary focus of the Trust is to raise funds for a range of worthy causes that help people from all walks of life.
The Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust benefits from its association with our various group companies that help us to raise funds through a number of charitable events in conjunction with our clients, staff and professional network.
Over the years, we have supported in excess of 500 charities. You can read about just a few of the charities we have helped below.
We are proud to support the following charities for 2021. These charities were chosen by our staff to help local people impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Past charities we have supported include:
- Molly Olly’s Wishes
- Birmingham Children’s Hospital
- M S Society Birmingham
- Thalassaemia Society
- Parkinsons UK
- MNDA Association
Asha’s Indian Restaurant
As part of our ongoing responsibility and commitment to play an active role in the Birmingham community, Asha’s is delighted to be actively supporting the excellent work undertaken by the Bond Wolfe Charitable Trust.
Based in the heart of central Birmingham, and with locations elsewhere in the UK and overseas, Asha’s Indian restaurant provides the ultimate Indian dining experience. With its unique culinary philosophy having won widespread international acclaim, Asha’s is the ideal venue for a convivial after-work get-together, a sumptuous pre-theatre meal or an indulgent late night curry after an evening at the movies.
Mary Stevens Hospice
Bond Wolfe makes a donation to Mary Stevens Hospice via Mandeep Rajput who has trekked over 400km of the Great Wall of China. Mandeep has raised over £28,000 to date.
Based in Stourbridge in the West Midlands, the hospice offers patients with incurable or life-limiting illnesses the opportunity to enjoy their lives to the fullest, however long that life may be. Based around their values of care, compassion and kindness, they provide a full range of hospice care services that not only support patients, but friends and family too.
Sandwell Valley School
One of our most rewarding achievements to date was supporting the opening of Sandwell Valley School in West Bromwich. The school was officially opened in November 2016 by Labour’s Deputy Leader and West Bromwich East MP, Tom Watson.
Sandwell Valley school is a charity and an independent school offering alternative provision to pupils aged 11 to 18, who are either new to the UK, prefer and thrive in smaller nurturing settings or who have a statement of educational needs (social and emotional). Personalising the education provided to each pupil, the team of staff works to re-engage their interest and plug the gaps in their education.
Help Harry Help Others
The Help Harry Help Others (HHHO) charity was started by Harry Moseley before he lost his battle with cancer in 2011, aged just 11 years old.
Harry was a young, courageous boy who became a major fundraiser in the fight to beat brain tumours. The registered charity, which supports cancer families in Solihull and Birmingham, was established in 2012 by Harry’s mum, Georgie. Due to the impact that cancer had on their family, Georgie decided to continue with Harry’s incredible work so that she could help other families where she felt more support was needed.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Birmingham Children’s Hospital oncology ward treats around 250 new children and young people with cancer, leukaemia and brain tumours each year from around the West Midlands and beyond.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital is the UK’s leading specialist paediatric centre, caring for sick children and young people up to the age of 16. The oncology department is a specialist cancer ward comprising a team of doctors, nurses (on the ward, in clinics and in the community), social workers, psychologists, play specialists, teachers and pharmacists.
Black Country Women's Aid
Bond Wolfe makes a donation to Black Country Women’s Aid (BCWA) to help women and children escape violence, overcome trauma and help rebuild lives.
Formerly known as Sandwell Women’s Aid, BCWA is an independent charity that has supported survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence in the West Midlands for over 30 years. Their sensitive and holistic support helps over 8,000 victims of abuse each year. BCWA was nominated for a Human Trafficking Foundation Award in 2017 for their outstanding contribution to the fight against modern slavery.
UK Friends of Unique Homes
Unique Home for Girls is a home for unwanted, abandoned girls in Punjab, India. Unique Home for Girls currently offers education and a safe haven for girls from 4 days old to 18 years.
A registered charity based solely in the UK, the UK Friends of Unique Home generates funds to support the Unique Home for Girls in their humanitarian work, which enables them to raise unwanted or abandoned girls. They provide hope, love and care for some of the most vulnerable members of our society – both new-born and young abandoned girls.