At Bond Williams, we’re not just about business; we’re about community. Our team is genuinely committed to giving back, supporting various causes that resonate with us. Whether it’s funding research, backing sports, helping those who’ve lost loved ones (including pets), or ensuring the well-being of our children, our actions speak louder than words.
The causes mentioned are just a snapshot of the many charities and initiatives we’ve backed during our journey. Community support and charitable efforts aren’t add-ons for us — they’re part of our DNA at Bond Williams.
We believe in practical, collective action. By working together, we aim to make a real impact in the lives of those who need it most. Join us in our mission to create a positive and lasting change in our communities.
Night Walk in Memory of Alison’s husband for Cancer Research:
The dedication shown by Alison Dowse and her friends, raising over £6,500 in memory of Alison’s husband, is touching.
The collective effort that raised over £70k for cancer research demonstrates the impact of community support.
Claire Bond’s Pretty Muddy Southampton 5KM Run for Cancer Research:
Claire’s participation in the Pretty Muddy run highlights the commitment to actively contribute to cancer research.
Suzanne Sherriff’s Bournemouth Pier to Pier Swim
Suzanne and her team’s fundraising for multiple causes, including the British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research, Henry Allen Trust, and Parkinson’s, showcases a diverse range of support.
Oakhaven Hospice Colour Run Sponsorship:
Bond Williams’ consistent sponsorship of a colour station at the Oakhaven Hospice Colour Run for three years reflects ongoing commitment to local hospice initiatives.
Support for Milford on Sea Youth FC and Padel Tennis Court Building:
The support provided to Milford on Sea Youth FC and the local sports club in Bournemouth demonstrates a commitment to youth sports and community infrastructure development.
Supported the building of a padel tennis court for a local sports club in Bournemouth. Padel tennis is a social, fast growing, easy to play sport for all ages.
Peter Knibbs’ Coaching for U14’s Girls Harwell Hendred Youth Football Team:
Peter’s dedication to coaching the U14’s Girls Harwell Hendred Youth Football Team and being voted as the Female Development Officer showcases the focus on increasing female participation and coaching in sports.
Claire Bond’s completion of the Jurassic and Cotswold Ultra Challenges & Trail Runs for Breast Cancer Now:
Claire’s completion of both the Jurassic and Cotswold Ultra Challenges and trail runs underscores a commitment to raising funds for breast cancer research.
Donation of Food Parcels to a Local School Holiday Club:
Bond Williams’ donation of food parcels to a local school holiday club highlights a commitment to addressing community needs, particularly during school holidays.