Working to make a difference
We have been helping a number of charities since we started and this year we have announced a new charity grant.
A message from Altitude London Founder and CEO – Justin Etzin
On Christmas Day 2016, I gave the gift of a £500,000.00 grant to allow charities to utilise free venue space at any of Altitude London venues to hold an event in 2017.
Many charities today have already been in touch with the London office. If you represent or actively support a charity, please do make contact so you can increase this grant to a value received or raised by charities by 10 fold to £5,000,000.00.
Here are some of the charities we have helped with free event space so far.
Free venue hire for all qualifying charities. Plus 20% off all food and beverages.
If you don’t qualify don’t worry. We’re offering 50% off venue hire and 20% off all food and beverages for all other charities.
To qualify for this grant, the charity must benefit or raise awareness to help the following:
REDUCE HUMAN SUFFERING GLOBAL HUNGER
PROTECT OR CLEAN OUR OCEANS
If you know an eligible charity that could benefit please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms and conditions apply. All eligible charity events are subject to a £250 venue cleaning fee. We cannot guarantee a venue but will accommodate the charity event on the date required.
A CHARITY TESTIMONIAL
“The party was a huge success and thank you so much for your team’s help – everyone was great. Sahra thanks for all your help too in the lead up to the event you were brilliant!!”
CASE STUDY: PERENNIAL
Perennial held their 2016 fund raising party at Altitude in January raising £34,500 on the night. Perennial have been one of the first charities to benefit from the Altitude London Charity Grant so we are delighted they have been able to raise so much money to help Horticulturists back on their feet.
Peter Mills who addressed the event on the night said, “Looking back I know I have seen my darkest days – it’s a period of my life I am very pleased is behind me…But I’ve come out the other side with the help of my amazing family and Perennial. It’s a fantastic charity and we must raise awareness for all their committed and supportive efforts for all people linked to Horticulture.”