Grove Pension Solutions
Grove Supported Charities
Grove actively support the following charities and institutions.
Livability tackle social isolation and the barriers that can cause this in the lives of disabled and vulnerable people.
Through a wide range of disability, education, training and community services, they promote inclusion and well-being for all. Together, they work to see people take part, contribute and be valued. They put the elements in place that all add up to connected lives and communities.
Blood disorders and blood cancers affect people of all ages and with their help King’s can provide patients with the best care and treatments available, ultimately saving more lives. Donations are used to cover the cost of ward and laboratory developments, along with state-of-the art equipment that is vital in the treatment process..
Bromley Mencap is an independent self-funded charity working with disabled people, based in the London Borough of Bromley.
Although the London Borough of Bromley (population approximately 300,000) is typical of many outer Boroughs of big cities that are stereotyped as ‘prosperous’, there are still areas of real and serious need. In the case of many individuals this need is heightened by the gap in opportunities and lifestyle between them and other local inhabitants.
Bromley Mencap’s continuous action on behalf of disabled people, their parents and carers, is based on the principle that their clients have a need and right to live like others in the community, and to have a reasonable quality of life.
We at Grove Pension Solutions are aware that keeping our staff members hydrated will aid them to perform at their very best throughout the work day. As a result, we decided to invest in water coolers from AquAid.
Our unique relationship with AquAid has also given our company the opportunity to help those less fortunate than ourselves, because with each purchase an automatic donation is made to the Africa Trust. These funds are used to build ‘Elephant Pumps’ – a modified version of an age old Chinese rope pulley system. One such pump is currently being installed in Africa on our behalf and it will be a much needed source of clean and fresh drinking water for many.
Our organisation’s name will be proudly displayed on our well and we look forward to adding a photo and letters of thanks from the villagers to our site in the near future.
To date AquAid have built over 8,000 such Elephant Pumps across parts of Zimbabwe, Malawi and Liberia; and have donated in excess of £15 million to charity.
We want them to know the country has also got their back. We are so proud and in awe of NHS staff and volunteers as they work tirelessly to save lives! This means staying away from their homes and families, working day and night, to treat as many people as possible in need of care.
Together, let’s show our respect and gratitude as they work tirelessly in the face of the virus. It’s our turn to make sure we look after them, to ensure they can keep doing their vital work.