WWT are the UK’s leading wetland conservation charity. They work to create a world where healthy wetland nature thrives and enriches lives. The Barratt Foundation have donated £100,000 to Wildfowl and Wetland Trust’s Blue Recovery Fund. The donation will go towards WWT’s efforts on the creation and restoration of 100,000 hectares of new and restored […]
On 19th July, a group of children and teachers from a school where Barratt Developments will be donating a garden visited the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park. The Barratt Foundation welcomed a group from St. Luke’s CE Primary School in Salford, a school in the Place2Be network, which the Foundation support as one of […]
The Barratt Foundation has donated £50,000 to Loughborough-based Canine Partners for a fifth consecutive year as part of a renewed partnership. The Leicestershire assistance dog charity transforms the lives of people with physical disabilities through puppy companionship, and supports more than 350 beneficiaries. Canine Partners’ puppies are trained to help adults with a range of […]
The Barratt Foundation have helped to fund 200 books to create a fresh reading culture at Forest Lodge Academy in New Park, Leicestershire. The contribution of the ‘Your Story Corner’ pack, in partnership with Bookmark and The Symondson Foundation, has provided the Charnor Road school pupils with a range of high quality reading resources. Included […]
Barratt Developments PLC were pleased to first announce a collaboration with the Lighthouse Club with a £50,000 donation from the Barratt Foundation last year which has enabled the charity to continue their work improving the health and wellbeing of the construction community. As part of this partnership, Lighthouse Club have kicked off their ‘Make it […]
The amazing employees of Barratt Developments PLC have raised over £1m for the charities that matter to them over the last twelve months – that’s a record for the Barratt business, with more money raised for good causes by employees in any single year since Barratt was started. From marathons to bake sales, facing the […]
Over £32,000 raised by Barratt Developments North East for Middlesbrough Baby Hospice, Zoë’s Place.
Barratt Developments West Scotland’s commercial department carried out gardening maintenance and fence painting at St Andrew’s Hospice.
Barratt and David Wilson Homes in Sheffield gave a helping hand supplying and painting classrooms.
Continuing to make a difference to young wheelchair users.