Supporting Charity

Innovation to Prosper the Community

At Sapphire, our guiding principle is “innovation to prosper the community”. In line with this, we work to uplift our community with charitable donations and purposeful innovations throughout the year. 

The need is greater now than it has been in more than a decade. 

In light of COVID-19 and the profound impact it has had on UK construction workers, the need for charitable giving is growing daily. In response to this and in alignment with our values we are working hard to support construction charities such as the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity, and you can help too!

Supporting Charities

Every quarter Sapphire’s team select a new charity to support, this is done through fundraising within the team, challenges taken on by team members and by promoting the charity with our contacts and through social channels.

Sapphire’s Q1 Charity

For Q1 Great Ormond Street hospital was selected. 

Every day brings new challenges for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Almost 600 of the UK’s most seriously ill children arrive at Great Ormond Street Hospital every day. The good news is every day is a chance for you to make a difference. A better future for seriously ill children starts here.
At Sapphire, we want to help contribute to their excellent work.
If you can help us help them continue their great work please donate to our just giving page – Sapphire Q1 Fundraising.

Community Support

Sapphire staff are also doing their bit to support their local communities. 

We have created a helping hands flyer for staff to offer to help their neighbours and vulnerable individuals in their communities. This flyer provides a template for staff to provide their contact details and offer services to their neighbours.

Rapid Relief Team (RRT)

Sapphire has been a long supporter of the Rapid Relief Team. Staff continue to volunteer their time at RRT 

RRT offers quality catering assistance to charitable and government organisations confronting some of humankind’s greatest challenges, including natural disasters, heart disease, cancer research and the plight of the homeless. Across the globe, they are mobilised and ready to respond where they are needed most.

You can learn more about RRT here.

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