Our charity work
We climb mountains and jump out of aeroplanes, all in the spirit of giving back!
Supporting our chosen charities is a very important part of life at Saltus. This year we are supporting two charities, Headway UK and Child Rescue Nepal. We are completing a number of challenges this year to raise money for these very worthy causes.
We are 2018 Baton Holders for Headway UK and have a fundraising target of £20,000. Headway is a cause very close to the hearts of everyone at Saltus and we are honoured to be able to give it our support. Staff will be taking part in various fundraising activities to raise funds for this fantastic charity that supports brain injury survivors across the UK. Through its network of more than 125 groups and branches across the UK, it provides support, services and information to brain injury survivors, their families and carers, as well as to professionals in the health and legal fields. Please click here to find out more about how we are supporting Headway this year.
Child Rescue Nepal
This is a charity that is dear to us at Saltus. We help sponsor one of their children’s homes in Kathmandu. In November 2017, members of our team visited Nepal to learn more about the charity’s amazing work and to meet some of the wonderful children that they have rescued. A further team of Saltus staff and clients will be visting again this November. Watch our short video to learn more about our trip:
This year we are putting together a Saltus MEGA TEAM of 100 people to do the Nuts Challenge on Saturday 1st September in Dorking, Surrey. We hope to raise a huge £40,000 for our chosen charity; Child Rescue Nepal and we would love your help – please click here for more information on how you can get involved!
Child Rescue Nepal frees children from slavery. In Nepal there are almost 100,000 child slaves working in hazardous situations. These children are extremely vulnerable and often suffer from physical, emotional and sexual abuse. Child Rescue Nepal work to save these children, keep them safe and reunite them with their families. They have rescued 700 children so far but their work is far from over. We are privileged to support Child Rescue Nepal and see their incredible work first hand.