2021 Charity Round Up | Passmore Group

27 January 2022

As a business we aim to go above and beyond for not only our employees and customers but to also do our part for local charities.

We’ve put together a round up of the amazing charities we donated to in 2021 as we look forward to our charity donation initiatives for 2022.

Kidz Klub

In April of 2021 instead of running our usual Easter competition online we decided to donate to a local children’s charity to spread some Easter joy.

Choosing Kidz Klub who support over 1000 wonderful children and their families per week, we headed to our local supermarket and purchased 40 Easter eggs.

Our donation went towards their ‘buses of blessings’ dropping off over 1100 gifts to children across Leeds.

Full article:Passmore Group donate 40 eggs to Kidz Club Charity

Age UK

In May we swapped our smart attire for more comfortable clothing on Fridays with the aim of raising funds for a different charity every quarter.

In the first quarter (May to June) we raised a total of £120.90 for charity Age UK who provide advice, support and friendship to older people. A group of people we directly serve through our More Ability brand division.

Full article: Passmore Group Raises £120.90 For Charity Age UK

Beeston St Anthony's Football Team

In July Operations Director, Steve Passmore, took part in Beeston St Anthony's football team’s annual charity golf day.

Donating £250, Steve and his team took part in the friendly competition to help support the local club, who hold a special place in his heart.

Full article: Steve Passmore Enters Charity Golf Day


For the second quarter of our dress down Friday initiative (July to September) we raised £234.84 for charity JDRF.

Recommended by one of our staff members,JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) are committed to eradicating Type 1 diabetes through research and support.

Full article: Passmore Group Raises £234.84 For Charity JDRF

William Meritt Centre

In November Passmore Group Chairman Tony Passmore and his wife donated to attend the William Merritt Centre 40th Anniversary Gala Dinner to raise funds to go towards the charity’s mobile toy library.

Dog’s Trust

In our next quarter (October to December) we raised a total of £237.72 for charity Dog’s Trust.

This included an extra special dress down Friday where staff members brought in their dogs to the Passmore Leeds office.

With 7 dogs in the office at the same time, the office was barking mad with some dogs behaving better than others.

Full article: Bring Your Dog To Work Day

In 2022 we aim to donate to even more charities starting with raising funds for charity Physcap who help to improve the lives of children suffering from severe disabilities in West Yorkshire.

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