Levy in the community

WE BELIEVE THAT WE CAN POSITIVELY IMPACT THE COMMUNITIES WE OPERATE IN

We stock and sell Life Water at a number of our venues

We stock and sell Life Water at a number of our venues

and have helped to fund over 13 clean drinking water wells in communities across Africa and India. Between 2016-17 we funded nine clean water projects, changing the lives of 9,600 people, with a further three projects planned for the remainder of 2017.

Throughout the year we try to help do the little things that make a big difference

Throughout the year we try to help do the little things that make a big difference

Such as support Swansea City AFC’s ‘Give Jack a Jacket’ campaign that aims to help keep the homeless of Wales warm in winter. The campaign saw the Levy UK team at the Liberty Stadium welcome 150 of The Wallich charity’s users to the club where they were given a hot meal, as well as hosting users of Age Cymru for a Christmas Afternoon Tea.

The team at Kia Oval has helped raise over £200,000

The team at Kia Oval has helped raise over £200,000

since 2014 for Surrey County Cricket Club’s charity partner Evelina. Evelina Children’s Healthcare cares for children and young people across South London and South East England both at their dedicated hospital and in the community.

Keith Prowse annually raises money to help support their various charity partners.

Keith Prowse annually raises money to help support their various charity partners.

Whether it’s cycling to Paris, completing the three peaks challenge or walking the 50 miles between each of their London venues, Keith Prowse has helped many good causes achieve great things.

The Levy UK team at Chelsea FC play and active role in the Chelsea FC Foundation

The Levy UK team at Chelsea FC play and active role in the Chelsea FC Foundation

education department which aims to work collaboratively to promote community cohesion, education and lifelong learning. The Levy UK culinary team hold healthy eating workshops with local schools, colleges and the local community throughout inner city London to help improve their lifestyles and attitudes to food. On the first Wednesday of every month the team also serve a hot, hearty meal to army veterans who have fallen on hard times, as well as offer advice and support on health. In the past the team have also held healthy eating sessions with autistic children.