The SJL Foundation was set up in 2019 to support charitable projects that matter to our employees, clients and suppliers.

We are a registered charity responsible for SJL Insurance Services’ corporate responsibility programme, which includes fundraising for charities and good causes.

Our charity partner is Acorns Children’s Hospice who will receive the money we raise. 

We organise lots of fundraising events throughout the year including our flagship black-tie ball; and our team are busy planning and taking part in a number of office-based fundraising initiatives including themed dress down days, bake sales and quiz nights.

We also give our clients the opportunity to make a donation to the foundation when they pay for their insurance premiums.

The Foundation provides an excellent opportunity for our clients and suppliers to get involved by taking part in our events, encouraging fundraising in their workplaces and supporting our work.

Our charitable partnerships also give our team the opportunity to volunteer for causes that mean the most to them and we have already donated 150 hours of our time to Acorns.

Employees can also apply to the Foundation, to match funds raised or ask for support for a good cause. Our policy is to contribute to activities in areas that are close to our hearts and align with our values and strategy.

The Foundation has a Board of Trustees which is made up of a mix of staff representatives from within SJL. We also have an enthusiastic Charity Champion Committee.

If you would like to find out more about the Foundation, our events and how you can get involved please contact Kate Hanson at [email protected] or call her on 01905 27775.

The SJL Foundation is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) registered with the Charity Commission. Registered Charity number 1183875.

The SJL Foundation Events Calendar

If you would like to get involved by taking part or becoming an event sponsor please contact Kate Hanson at [email protected] or call her on 01905 27775.


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