Making a difference
What’s more important than being with friends and family, enjoying good food and drink? Yet most of us take it for granted. We work with a variety of organisations to help make this basic human right a reality for others both in the UK and abroad.
THE KIVULI TRUST
Three Cheers Pub Co have worked with The Kivuli Trust in Kenya since 2009.
In that time we have donated a massive £81,000 to help pay for for the running costs of two boarding houses for 68 children at Gilgil Primary School. This boarding house provides a nurturing environment for children with physical and mental difficulties to grow up in, enabling them access to mainstream education as well as a safe place to live, both previously unobtainable.
We continue to support the charity and send crucial funds to upkeep the project every year. Find out more here.
In December 2019, we started working with the amazing organisation Charity Water, whose mission is to help the 785 million people who don’t have access to clean and safe drinking water.
By adding an optional £1 donation to the bottom of everyone’s bills we raised a massive £7,535 which was sent straight to a project in Uganda to rehabilitate a well and handpump.
The project is still ongoing but the result will be part of a larger programme which will provide clean water for a massive 9,225 people living in the Masindi and Kiryandongo Districts. Find out more here.
When Covid-19 struck, the pubs were closed and the UK was forced into Lockdown we were determined to help those in need in our local community.
We started by joining forces with Open Kitchens, an amazing non-profit organisation who help feed the elderly and vulnerable as well as our brave NHS staff.
The result was that raised £6,785 and we cooked and prepared over 500 meals for local south London residents. We are very proud of our wonderful customers and staff who joined together in the darkest of times. Find out more here.
Over the last ten years, Three Cheers Pub Co have worked hard to raise money for the amazing StreetSmart, who have to date raised an epic £8.2 million to help the homeless.
In December 2019 we were awarded a #StreetSmartTop100 award for all our efforts and also visited Ace of Clubs in Clapham Common where some of our money has gone. The amazing centre provides essential help, food, a community space and even Christmas dinner to local homeless people.
In December 2014 we gave our generous customers the chance to donate £1 at the bottom of their bills.
When they did, we doubled it, raising a total of £14,000 which went directly to feeding Syrian refugees.
Every single penny was spent on vital food boxes or cooking equipment and together we’ve changed thousands of lives. Read more here.