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Charitable Donations

As one of the largest employers in South Bristol it’s important to us that we play our part in supporting our local community.

Consequently, since the start of 2022 we have been allocating a fixed amount from the profit of each caravan, motorhome and campervan we build into a Charity & Community fund to support both local causes and national causes.

To help us allocate these funds, we formed a Charity & Community Committee, which features team members from across the business, to put this important decision-making power in the hands of our employees.

In 2022 we supported 14 charities focussing on worthy causes that helped tackle the current cost of living crisis and protect the environment.


Charities supported in 2022

BS3 Community Charity

BS3 Community Charity run the Bedminster Food Club in Bristol, helping supply local families and individuals with fresh and tinned food.

An annual membership is £1 and a bag of food worth £15 – £20 is available weekly for £3.50

Food clubs are a lifeline for people who are finding it hard financially to get a regular box of fresh nutritious food, and at the same time the club helps to reduce food waste.

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Wild Place Project

Wild Place Project is part of Bristol Zoological Society, a conservation and education charity. Together they save wildlife through conservation research, working to protect endangered species and animal habitats.

Their conservation projects span four continents across the world, as well as at the Wild Place Project in Bristol.

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The Littlest Lives Rescue

The Littlest Lives Rescue is a small, completely self-funded rabbit rescue based in Bristol that relies on donations to fund its rescue work, as well as its essential neutering and vaccination programme.

The rescue takes rabbits in need, vaccinates, neuters and health checks before then re-homing them to their forever families.

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North Bristol and South Glos and Clevedon District Foodbanks

The Trussell Trust runs the largest network of food banks in the UK, giving emergency food and support to people in crisis. Fourteen million people live below the poverty line and in the last year 2,1 million three-day emergency food supplies were distributed to people in crisis.

North Bristol & South Glos and Clevedon District Foodbanks have been supported this year by Bailey of Bristol.

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Help Bristol's Homeless

Help Bristol’s Homeless is a registered charity with a mission to change the face of homelessness in Bristol.

Unlike many homeless charities, their ethos is that housing must come first, and then everything else comes after. Many complex factors can lead to homelessness, and while it is true that these issues need to be resolved to keep people off the street, they believe that the priority must be to get people into safe, stable and comfortable accommodation. From there, they can help them to improve their own lives and reach their potential.

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Woodland Trust

The Woodland Trust is the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity. Their vision is a world where woods and trees thrive for people and nature.

They work with woodland and trees to protect habitat, restore ecosystems and create quality native woods to benefit nature climate and people now and in the future.

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British Heart Foundation

The British Heart Foundation fund around £100 million of research each year into all heart and circulatory diseases and the things that cause them. Heart diseases. Stroke. Vascular dementia. Diabetes. They’re all connected, and they’re all under their microscope.

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The Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation work towards good mental health for everyone including research and projects to identify what’s most helpful, public information that empowers people to look after their mental health and influencing work to move policies in the right direction.

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Jenny the Giraffe

Jenny the Giraffe is off on a journey to fundraise life-saving surgery for Jenny the Human.

As the giraffe is passed from person to person across the country, and maybe even across the world, each person will take a photo of Jenny the Giraffe in an interesting place or doing an activity and donate to to fundraise urgent surgery that’s not available in this country for 36-year-old Jenny Rowbory.

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Since 2003, Movember has funded more than 1,250 men’s health projects around the world, challenging the status quo, shaking up men’s health research and transforming the way health services reach and support men.

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The Grand Appeal

Bailey of Bristol sponsored a star as part of The Grand Appeal’s 2022 Christmas Light Display for Bristol Children’s Hospital. The star was projected onto the front of the hospital along with characters Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Feathers McGraw.

The money raised goes towards treats and presents for those at the Bristol Children’s Hospital and babies at St. Michael’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

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PROPS supports adults with learning disabilities to achieve their full potential in their community by providing practical learning, skills development and worthwhile accessible work-based experiences.

Based at the fully accessibly Vassall Centre in Fishponds, Bristol, PROPS provides day opportunities for 49 weeks of the year and also runs a fleet of minibuses to pick up and drop off trainees who access the services.

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