During a four-day period, Chris and 16 colleagues drew and painted a mural entirely by hand at Blackpool Victoria Hospital Children's Ward.
Glasdon are delighted to support Josh Landmann, a para-triathlete and committed sportsman hailing from Poulton, on the road to competing in the 2024 Paris Paralympic Games.
TramShed Theatre Company lifts the curtain on their new project, offering members the chance to showcase their talents and an opportunity to shine on stage.
Providing clean water to people living in some of the world’s poorest communities to transform their lives in incredible ways.
In 1999, Greggs launched the Breakfast Club Programme, which has been providing primary school children with a nourishing morning meal. To this day, they remain committed to ensuring youngsters have a good start to their day.
In late 2022, Glasdon agreed to become the official sponsor of the England Amputee Football Association (EAFA) Junior Programme, a partnership that would provide child amputees and those with limb-affecting disabilities with the chance to try football in a fun, secure and friendly environment.
Disability First Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) has provided specialist support to the disabled community across Lancashire and Cumbria since 1992, continuously operating without boundaries and prejudice.
The Fylde Rugby Community Foundation aims to improve access to rugby for people of all ages, regardless of sex, religion or background, following the mantra “Rugby for All.”
Based in Lytham, Park View 4U is a multi-generational award-winning park, established 20 years ago through a community initiative.
We are wholeheartedly committed to doing our bit for the environment and playing a fundamental role in sustainability here at Glasdon. To demonstrate this commitment, we teamed up with the Ribble Rivers Trust to plant a variety of British trees.
There’s no better way to celebrate Christmas than raising awareness, donating money and, of course, wearing joyous jolly jumpers for a good cause.
Preventing or relieving poverty in the Blackpool Borough Council area through the provision of food, items, advice, information and support.
A charity that aims to enhance the development and education of children under school age by encouraging parents to understand and provide for the needs of their children.
Tia's Crown aims to give something back to local communities and organisations where it is needed most, supporting people affected by mental and physical health issues through dance.
The non-profit organisation that provides support for people suffering from acquired brain injuries.
During a time that celebrates inclusion, family and gift giving, we wanted to give back to the people that need it most. So, instead of sending Christmas Cards this festive period, we've opted to present two meaningful charities with donations.
After a raft of worthwhile nominations from Glasdon employees over the last few weeks, The DJ Sidebottom/Glasdon Charitable Programme has decided on its Charity of the Year. Drum roll please...
For the last 60 years, the Blackpool District Scouts and Guides have held the annual 'Gang Show', an extravaganza of song, dance and comedy.
A look into the success and achievements of The DJ Sidebottom/Glasdon Charitable Programme's inaugural year.
In aid of the charity 'Breast Cancer Now', Glasdon staff proudly embraced the vibrant colour of pink for a day full of fundraising.
An annual event on the Glasdon calendar, ‘Cake Week’ brings together friends and colleagues from all departments to sell and experience each other’s creations, with all the proceeds going towards Macmillan’s fantastic work.
Sam's Place functions to give children opportunities to gain essential life, social and work skills, develop their confidence and have fun.
The England Amputee Football Association aims to provide amputees of any age with the opportunity to engage in football from grassroots to international heights.
Ready, Set, ..... GO! For Sport Relief 2022, Glasdon Group Limited took to the track for fundraising fun.
A Blackpool based junior football club that aims to provide a football-friendly atmosphere where young players can develop crucial skills.
A place where differences are always accepted and actively celebrated, an inclusive theatre company bringing all types of individuals together through performing arts.
Faith in the Community provides vital support and financial relief to the people of Fleetwood facing difficult times.
Commemorative Stanford™ seating proudly donated to Blackpool Council in honour of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
In honour of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, the DJ Sidebottom/Glasdon Charitable Programme gift commemorative Stanford™ seats to three community spaces in Wyre.
To change loneliness and isolation is their vision, empowering members and inspiring them is their mission.
A small group of parents with the common goal of providing a better life for deaf children and their families by spreading awareness and creating friendships within the Fylde community.
Aiming to help the young people of Blackpool strengthen their communication skills, boost their self-worth and improve their mental health and wellbeing, Skool of Street offer ongoing opportunities to all who engage in their workshops.
With the Research Bank's expectation to increase lung cancer understanding and develop new diagnostic or treatment methods, the DJ Sidebottom/Glasdon Charitable Programme were more than happy to offer our support.
Based in Blackpool, Counselling in the Community is a volunteer-led counselling service aimed at adults, children and young people in the Blackpool and Fylde areas.
Expected to benefit 2190 children over the course of a year, The DJ Sidebottom/Glasdon Charitable Programme were more than happy to offer its support.
The D J Sidebottom / Glasdon Charitable Programme are pleased to have donated to the EAFA to fund a Junior Camp Training Weekend.
The DJ Sidebottom / Glasdon Charitable Programme have donated Easter Eggs to Fylde Coast Women’s Aid as a thank you for their continued hard work and support for the local community.
Never one to shy away from raising money for a good cause, staff at Glasdon donned their red nose day merchandise and red apparel to fundraise for Red Nose Day 2022.
After receiving a grant request from The Swallows, the DJ Sidebottom / Glasdon Charitable Programme came forward to offer their support.
When word reached Glasdon that Home-Start Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre were launching their ‘Be a Home-Start Hero’ campaign, the D J Sidebottom / Glasdon Charitable Committee were first in line to offer their support.
Driven by our desire to reach net-zero by 2035, the D J Sidebottom / Glasdon Charitable Programme signed up to the One Life, One Tree: The Sequoia Project. Capable of capturing over 1400 tonnes of CO2 in their lifetime, Giant Sequoia trees are an effective way to offset carbon footprints.
Over the last few weeks, Glasdon employees have been submitting their nominations for the charity they would like to receive a generous donation from The D J Sidebottom / Glasdon Charitable Programme. And the chosen charity is...
Tis' the season for a Glasdon Christmas tradition to continue. Instead of sending corporate Christmas cards, we will be supporting two local charities with our donations.
This Christmas Jumper Day Glasdon Staff were excited to put on their best festive sweaters and bring their Christmas spirit and kind donations.
The staff at Glasdon love digging out their Pudsey ears, t-shirts, and more to support this amazing cause, and this year was no different.
With the official date set for September 24th, staff at Glasdon went above and beyond and spent the week of the 20th baking goodies to raise money for the cause.
On Thursday, 16th September, Glasdon staff supported the scheme, donning their best denim and donating to the cause.
Our donation to the Blackpool Carers Centre means that we are now a Bronze Caring Corporate, giving us the chance to give back to those who work tirelessly to care for others.
The Ormside Mill contacted us to see if we could support them with some bins for internal/external recycling and general refuse for their outdoor education centre.
Glasdon give kind donation to Samaritans charity as part of their commitment to supporting charities, allowing volunteers to continue to give a lifeline to community members in times of need.
Glasdon team member joins Fleetwood Together local charity to help support vulnerable and disadvantaged families across Wyre, as part of Glasdon's volunteering initiative.
This year of all years has shown each of us the true spirit of community with the charitable sector becoming the absolute backbone of our communities, as support and as a lifeline for many more individuals and families than they have ever seen before.
Always committed to playing an active part in supporting charities, Glasdon donate where they can, to causes they are passionate about to help them continue the great work that they do.
Team Glasdon made a tree-mendous effort planting trees with Wyre Rivers Trust as one of their charity days. Staff members have the opportunity to undertake volunteer work for a local charity, and tree planting was the first of many enjoyable activities!
Instead of sending Christmas cards over the festive season, Glasdon staff once again made a donation to a charity chosen.
Here at Glasdon we have a strong commitment to supporting the local community. After recently being contacted on behalf of the Marton Mere Local Nature Reserve, Glasdon decided to make a donation, as well as provide one of our Westby Seats.
Each year, Glasdon staff replace sending a Company Christmas Card with a generous donation to two local charities.
Glasdon staff couldn’t wait to dress in their most festive sweaters and donate for another Christmas Jumper Day.
Glasdon UK Limited has invested in a new solar PV system to reduce the company’s CO2 emissions.
Glasdon have joined in partnership with the Wyre Rivers Trust to help provide funding for the brilliant work that they do.
The Big Climate Fightback is a campaign set up by the Woodland Trust calling on one million people to join the fight against climate change by pledging to plant a tree. Glasdon donated in support of the campaign and the amazing work the charity do.
In another fundraising effort to raise money for BBC’s Children in Need, Glasdon staff dressed in their best Pudsey gear to support the charity.
Completing its 4th year, the Lewis Balyckyi Glasdon Crit Series was back again for another successful 18-week series, raising money for a special charitable cause.
The Glasdon Charitable Giving Committee gave a generous donation in celebration of our 60th anniversary.
Glasdon were proud to donate to SVP Fleetwood Food Bank, who's work offers parcels to people in need locally that are in food poverty.
The World's Biggest Coffee Morning was back again for another full week of delicious cakes, and Glasdon staff couldn’t wait to dig in!
On Thursday 19th September Glasdon staff donned their best denim in support of Jeans for Genes day.
Glasdon has installed electric vehicle charging points to encourage employees to consider changing to electric vehicle.
Glasdon staff put on their red noses and deeley boppers once again to raise money for this year’s Red Nose Day.
Generous staff once again decided to make a donation to charity rather than send Christmas Cards this year.
Replacing Christmas cards with donations has become a festive tradition Glasdon staff get involved with each year.
Helping ‘make the world better with a sweater’, Glasdon staff put on their most festive woollies in support of this year’s Christmas Jumper Day!
The BBC’s Children in Need appeal raises a huge amount to help disadvantaged children across the UK, and each year, Glasdon staff don their Pudsey ears to help support it!
The world’s biggest coffee morning was back in full swing here at Glasdon, and as always staff were very keen to get a slice of the action.
Glasdon staff have been displaying their finest denim, all in a bid to raise money for an inspirational cause.
Young, ambitious amputees Jamie Oakey and Rhyce Ramsden along with their teams have been offered amazing opportunities to play overseas, but rely on donations to get them there.
Young girl guides from the 2nd Ansdell Rainbows group in Lytham St Annes, recently took on a recycling challenge on their local beach to learn more about looking after our planet.
Glasdon are proud supporters of Myles Pearson, Team GB Wheelchair Rugby Paralympian.
Blackpool Bears is a multi-disability sports club that provides the highest standards in sport and support in a safe and fun environment.
Instead of sending cards over Christmas, a donation to charity was actioned once again with staff across Glasdon sites choosing a local children’s hospice to receive the generous donation.
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