At Grosvenor, we strive to make a positive difference to the communities in which we work

One way we do this is through our philanthropic activities, fundraising and volunteering efforts to support local charities, organisations and causes to bring about sustainable change.

We primarily contribute to the Westminster Foundation, which manages the philanthropic activities of the Grosvenor family and the Grosvenor Estate in the UK. With activities aimed at building resilience or at crisis intervention, the Foundation primarily supports people and families coping with economic and social disadvantage, including those who are homeless or at risk of becoming so, and isolated people, in both urban and rural settings. In addition, through our international network, we also provide direct financial support to other charities in locations we are active in.

See examples of our philanthropic activities below.

Contributing £105m to the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre Programme

The Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) treats serving members of the armed forces injured on operations or training. It is also envisaged that the DNRC will one day treat civilians with trauma injuries.

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Funding community initiatives in South Westminster

We established The Living Communities Fund in 2014 to support initiatives that improve the lives of people living and working in the South Westminster through community-building activities.

Supporting homeless people in London

The Passage is a charity which offers a wide range of services to homeless and vulnerable people in central London.

Corporate volunteering days for Grosvenor employees

As part of our commitment to supporting the communities we are active in, our staff around the world regularly take part in volunteering days.

The Neighbourhood Kitchen

The Neighbourhood Kitchen in the Shek Tong Tsui district of Hong Kong provides a safe place for local residents living in cramped sub-divided flats to cook and bond over food.

Engaging young people in Stockholm

Swedish social enterprise Mitt 127 works with schools and local authorities to run activity programmes that will make a positive difference to young people’s lives in Stockholm.

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