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Edwardian Hotels London, giving back

Giving back to and supporting our communities is an important part of our business culture. We support charities on an international, national and local level.

On a corporate level, we have supported these charities in the past 12 months:

Cancer Research UK

Edwardian Hotels London is a proud corporate fundraising partner of Cancer Research UK’s biomedical discovery institute, the Francis Crick Institute, with the ambition of raising £2 million to finance critical research in order to improve understanding of human health and disease.

The Springboard Charity

The Springboard Charity is a forerunner in helping young, unemployed and disadvantaged people improve their prospects for economic well being. They provide opportunities for sustainable employment, or vibrant careers in hospitality, leisure and tourism. Springboard is our preferred charity for our restaurants and bars, and we donate everytime you choose our charity dish from the menu.

Edwardian Charity Fund

We are very proud that the Edwardian Hotels Charity Fund plays a significant role in supporting important causes, which our hosts are passionate about. The charitable committee takes place three times a year where hosts are invited to present to their cause. We supported 13 hosts' charities to the value of £23,000 during 2015.

Each of our hotels also have on-going charity partnerships. The charities our hotels support are:

    Ebony Horse Club (The May Fair)

    Centrepoint (Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street & Kenilworth)

    Children's Cancer Ward at UCLH (Radisson Blu Edwardian, Grafton)

    Glass Door (Radisson Blu Edwardian, Vanderbilt, Sussex & Berkshire)

    Harlington Hospice (Radisson Blu Edwardian, Heathrow)

    Hospitality Action (Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester)

    Richard House Children’s Hospice in Beckton (Radisson Blu Edwardian, New Providence Wharf)

    The Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields (Radisson Blu Edwardian, Hampshire & Mercer Street)