Total raised this year is almost £50,000 The Leasing Foundation today announced that its first ever asset finance Summer Party raised £35,000 for its 2023 charity, Wings for Life. The epic event, which was held at the Honourable Artillery Company… Read More »The Leasing Foundation Summer Party raises £35,000 for Wings for Life
SAVE THE DATE: 1 June 2023, event will be held in collaboration with Wings for Life and Redbull The Leasing Foundation today announced that it will be holding its inaugural asset finance summer party on 1 June 2023. In collaboration… Read More »The Leasing Foundation announces flagship asset finance summer party
The Leasing Foundation today announced that it has expanded its board and appointed seven new members to widen its focus and drive new channels: Mel Chell, partner at Shoosmiths director of client experience at Equivo and Lee Rhodes, commercial director… Read More »Leasing Foundation appoints seven new board members
The Leasing Foundation today announced that it has chosen to support Wings for Life as its 2023 charity.
Nathan Mollett, chair of the Leasing Foundation, today set out the Foundation’s vision for the future and reveals that there are exciting plans afoot for ‘LF 3.0.’ ‘LF 3.0’ builds on the solid foundations set in place under the leadership… Read More »New Leasing Foundation chair sets out the vision for Leasing Foundation 3.0
8 June 2020 – As you know I was planning on running 100km this Thursday, 11 June, to raise money for the South East Cancer Help Centre. However, because the conditions looked so good last Friday (5 June), I decided… Read More »Nathan Mollett runs 100K to raise money for the South East Cancer Help Centre
D&D Leasing, AF-PA, Leasing Foundation, Partner on Christmas Charity event: The 2018 D&D Leasing Christmas event, which to raises awareness of, and much-needed funding for, lesser-known and underfunded charities, will be held at the Savoy Hotel on 13 December 2018 to raise funds for Grief Encounter, a UK charity that supports bereaved children and their families to help alleviate the pain caused by the death of a parent or sibling. They help make sense of the hurt and confusion through therapeutic services, which allows them to express themselves on their own terms.
Long-running support by the Foundation for Dr. Katie Sidle’s research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND) resulted in donations of over £25,000 last year