Coole Bevis LLP values its links with the local community. We also take our responsibility to the environment seriously.
Coole Bevis LLP have committed to support the three charities below from 01 April 2018 to 30 March 2021.
Coole Bevis LLP is proud to be a corporate sponsor of Rockinghorse.
Rockinghorse is the official fundraising arm of The Royal Alexandria Children’s Hospital, a charity that helps fund care for children and babies all over Sussex.
Coole Bevis is proud to be supporting Blind Veterans UK.
Blind Veterans UK is the national charity for blind and vision-impaired ex-Service men and women. We support veterans to lead full and independent lives with the free services and lifelong support they need.
Coole Bevis LLP is proud to be supporting St Catherine’s Hospice to be there for local people when life comes full circle.
St Catherine’s Hospice is there for people in Sussex and East Surrey, with expert hospice care, when and where they need it most. Their skilled teams are on hand to support people living with terminal illness in their homes, at their Day Hospice and on their wards.
The Starr Water Wars, Sunday, 2 September 2018
Rebecca-Turnbull-Simpson, a trustee of the Rockinghorse will be participating in a joint event on Sunday, 2 September 2018 – The Starr Water Wars.
It is an event for 16 teams (of 4) to battle it out in various water based challenges at Hove lagoon including giant paddle boarding, kayaking, raft building and the challenge finale raft race across the lagoon!
Crown Office Row Volleyball Tournament 2018
Congratulations to our team (Tim, Claudia, Chris, Matt, Dominic, Nathan and Rhian) on winning the Ghulam Hussain Cup after a hard fought final against Crown Office Row. Funds raised will go to the Rockinghorse charity.
Coole Bevis LLP get into the Christmas spirit every year in each of our office to support Children in Need. For Christmas 2017 we raised £136.
Coole Bevis LLP has entered into a corporate partnership with The Silverlining Brain Injury Charity. The Silverlining is a wonderful charity which supports adults who have sustained a brain injury, as well as their family members and carers. This is done by engaging brain injured people with the wider community in a way which invigorates, motivates and rehabilitates.
We recycle wherever possible and if this can be done in a way that benefits others, we will do so. For example, we donate old IT equipment to Computers 4 Africa if it matches their needs.
Over the last 3 years, on average per year, we recycled over 3000 kg of paper, card saving the equivalent of 37 trees and 4370kg of CO2