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Charitable Giving

As a firm, Redburn donates a percentage of profits to charitable causes. The donations are split in a variety of ways including staff matching, sponsorship and Charity of the Year partnerships. We also encourage staff to volunteer and engage with our chosen charities through a variety of events over the course of the year.


Charity of the Year partnerships

This year, we are pleased to be supporting Hackney Migrant Centre, The Running Charity and Sohana Research Fund.

Hackney Migrant Centre (Registered charity no. 1122363)

Hackney Migrant Centre was established by people from local organisations who worked with vulnerable people and were concerned by the lack of advice and support services for migrants. It was set up to offer a warm, holistic service to support people to resolve the problems they face.

The Running Charity (Registered charity no. 1157501)

The Running Charity taps into the power of running and fitness to instil goal-setting behaviour and, in turn, transform the lives of those that are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Sohana Research Fund (Registered charity no. 1158672)

Sohana Research Fund exists to fund research projects and clinical trials that aim to lead to effective treatments and ultimately a cure for Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (RDEB) and other forms of EB. This is a genetic skin condition that leads to blistering and skin loss at the slightest friction.

Redburn is also a proud Platinum Sponsor of the October Club. For over 28 years, since their first event in 1988, The October Club has been transforming good causes. Each year the Club identifies a UK-based charity with a project or projects in several UK regions which could be transformational to the Charity concerned, and organises a fundraising dinner in October. In total more than £10m has been raised and in recent years the average raised per dinner has been over £500k. In 2016, the October Club supported The Cure Parkinson’s Trust.

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