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Crispin Rhodes actively supports several charities and groups, both locally and nationally, either through direct sponsorship or by organising major fundraising events. So far we’ve raised over £120,000 for charities and good causes.

We believe that it’s everybody’s responsibility to help make the world a little brighter and a little better. Over the years we’ve been fortunate to be involved in community projects both locally and further afield, and – thanks to the generous support of our friends and partners – we’ve been able to raise over £120,000 for those causes. Our Charity of the Year 2020

This year we’re proud to support the fantastic work of the Startlight School in Bakau, The Gambia. This is a project that’s very dear to our hearts and one we’ve seen make a real difference to hundreds of children over the past few years. Local Partner Charities

In addition to our Charity of the Year, each of our HR Partners supports their own local charities and community groups.

Angela Rhodes
· MK Snap
· The Oasis Project

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