LOWE Partner Charities

Charitable Partnerships

We are proud to support these vital charitable organisations, which will help us to address and raise awareness to some of the most important and critical social and environmental issues affecting our society today. These partnerships have been carefully selected, and are all closely aligned with our social values. If you would like more information or would like to find out how you can support them, contact us today.

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Solidarity Sports

Solidarity Sports is an incredibly valuable charity based in Fulham which aims to engage children in sport as a fun way to promote good health and wellness. Since 2007 Solidarity Sports has harnessed the transformative power of play to nurture disadvantaged children recovering from complex trauma. They support children’s healing through sports healthy eating arts educational trips mentorship programmes and holidays within the UK and abroad driven by a commitment to create a safe inclusive and loving environment where happy memories can flourish. We are working with Solidarity Sports alongside our clients The Earls Court Development Company to a provide a new charitable space for their staff and volunteers to work from and give children a safe inspiring place to play learn and create.


Bounce Back

Bounce Back is a charity and social enterprise focused on the training and employment of people in and leaving prison. Working inside and out of several prisons, Bounce Back offers training that leads to industry recognised qualifications in a range of construction skills including painting and decorating, scaffolding and dry lining as well as multi-skills giving people an introduction to construction.  With the support of case managers, participants additionally gain employability skills and the confidence required for employment to either become construction workers for the building industry, or professional decorators within Bounce Back’s own business, a Painting and Decorating Social Enterprise that employs many of the participants who have successfully passed through the training programme.

With the firm belief that everyone has the ability to change, Bounce Back work across several prisons, as well as with London Probation, helping people re-engage with the community and acting as a ‘bridge’ between prison and full-time employment. As re-offending is most likely to occur on release, giving people the opportunity to see a career path, gain confidence, obtain a reference to move on or stay within their team in the social enterprise, this incredibly valuable charity provides support at a time when it is most crucially needed.


Atlantic Salmon Trust

The wild salmon population is in drastic decline. In the mid 1980s, there were between 8 and 10 million salmon leaping around the Atlantic. That number has now plummeted to between 2 and 3 million, revealing a dramatic population free-fall that shows no signs of levelling out. So much so, that the wild Atlantic salmon could disappear from our seas and rivers altogether in just 20 or 30 years. The Atlantic Salmon Trust (AST) exists solely for the protection of wild salmon and sea trout. It is their aim to create a positive future for these at-risk species; using scientific research to understand their decline, and put evidence bases solutions into practice.

Tim Lowe says, “I am deeply passionate about the protection of our rivers, oceans and wildlife, and feel strongly that we must do more to protect wild species from extinction. The Atlantic Salmon is a true warrior of our rivers, and the salmon’s tragic decline is a sad reflection of human impact on our rivers and oceans. I am so proud that we are supporting Atlantic Salmon Trust to protect their future.”