Ardonagh Community Trust gives over £45,000 to ten causes nominated by colleagues
Ten causes have received over £45,000 of funding from Ardonagh Community Trust after being put forward for an ACT Community Grant by colleagues from across the Group – ranging from a project to teach rowing to members of the deaf and blind community, a football club in aid of father’s who have experienced baby loss, and repairs to a local community and youth theatre. Hear from the colleagues who nominated them and why the causes are special.
In tribute to Her Majesty the Queen
Across The Ardonagh Group we are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty the Queen. She is remembered by our colleagues and worldwide as a beacon of duty, wisdom and service
HWF announces the appointment of Peter de Boisblanc as Head of North America
Hemsley Wynne Furlonge (“HWF”), part of The Ardonagh Group, announces the appointment of Peter de Boisblanc as Head of North America to drive their business operations in that region.
Smashing our target to raise £100,000 for Samaritans!
We’re delighted to share that we’ve smashed our fundraising goal, reaching a phenomenal £100,000 in support of Ardonagh Community Trust’s (ACT) partner – mental health charity, Samaritans. Find out how colleagues from across the Group helped us get there.
Who’s on the shortlist? Meet our Bright Future Prize finalists
After receiving applications from young people worldwide, we’re ready to reveal our eight ACT Bright Future Prize 2022 finalists, Find out more about each of our teens and their brilliant ideas for community projects – ranging from karate lessons for senior citizens to a wind turbine design and a neurodiversity hub to support young people with autism. Who do you think will win a share of the £40,000 prize to make their idea a reality?
Ardonagh recognises the best and brightest talent across the Group at 2022 Spotlight Awards
The Ardonagh Group hosted the 2022 Spotlight Awards ceremony last night– its annual employee recognition awards programme – with 450 colleagues united under one roof for the first time in three years at one of London’s most iconic venues, the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.