Our Charity Work
“Accessing and supporting the hardest to reach and those most vulnerable in society”
Although The Concours of Elegance is held at a different venue each year, at its heart remains a steadfast commitment to supporting the charity sector. Over £1,000,000 has been raised for charities to date. In 2017 The Concours of Elegance supported:
The objects of the charitable company are the furtherance of the Christian religion and the advancement of education by supporting and assisting the Dean and Canons of Windsor, St George’s Chapel and the Choir, St George’s House, St George’s School, the ecclesiastical patronages of the Dean and Canons of Windsor and any other charity operating in and around Windsor Castle, including:
- the preservation, refurbishment, maintenance and improvement of the fabric of St George’s Chapel and other buildings connected with those charitable activities
- the preservation of the heritage and traditions of the College of St George
- the provision, promotion and encouragement of music the promotion of debate and inter-cultural understanding
- the preservation and conservation of the artefacts, manuscripts and books of the College of St George.
Registered Charity No. 1118295
Springfield Youth Club Hackney provides a community area, via a voluntary youth service, for young people to develop their full potential. The Club endeavours to provide support and improve the quality of the educational and social activities of these individuals. By developing their physical, mental and spiritual capacities, they will grow to full maturity as responsible individual members of our society.
Registered Charity No. 303026
National Institute for Conductive Education Birmingham NICE is a unique charity which believes that every person with a movement disorder has both the potential and the right to specialised services which recognise their needs, desires and wishes.
Registered Charity No. 295873
66% of net proceeds will be used by Marie Curie UK (Charity registration: 207994 – England & Wales, SC038731 – Scotland) to care for terminally ill people at the end of their lives. 24% of net proceeds will be used by Springfield, Motor Racing’s Club for young People (Charity registration: 1140951) and 10% of net proceeds will be used by National Institute for Conductive Education Birmingham (Charity registration: 295873).