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The Lloyds Under 30s 2015 Halloween is supporting MACS and The Sarah Groves Foundation 

The Micro and Anophthalmic Children’s Society


The UK’s national charity for children born without eyes or with underdeveloped eyes. We support families of children born with Microphthalmia (small eyes), Anophthalmia (no eyes) and/or Coloboma (cleft of the eye). Our services are accessed by around 500 families around the UK and some who are further afield. To find out more please click here



The Sarah Groves Foundation

United ResponseThe Sarah Groves Foundation is a Charity registered in Guernsey. Its aims are simple – to honour and keep alive the memory of Sarah through her passions and interests in life - Children, Art, Fitness and Adventure. Funds generated through donations and sponsorship will be distributed in line with the clearly defined policies of the Foundation which are set out below but which can be summarised as helping people to "live a life less ordinary". The Foundation will work closely with the Guernsey Community Foundation who will advise on the best ways to ensure all monies raised are spent wisely and without waste. To find out more please click here


The Lloyds Under 30s 2015 Boat Party is supporting United Response.

United ResponseUnited Response is a top 50 charity operating in England and Wales, providing a range of support and services for more than 1,500 people with learning disabilities, mental health needs or physical disabilities. It has won many awards for its pioneering work since being founded in 1973. To find out more please visit their webpage http://www.unitedresponse.org.uk/


Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal

Lloyds Under 30s Frat Party on Wednesday 6th May 2015 is raising money for Help for Heroes and Childhood First.


Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity, provides life-saving equipment, facilities and comforts for patients and their families.

Since 1995, The Grand Appeal has raised over £31 million in support of sick babies and children at Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Special Care Baby Unit. Bristol Children’s Hospital is one of the UK’s leading children’s hospitals treating patients from across the South West, South Wales and beyond with life-threatening illnesses and serves as the paediatric intensive care centre for the whole South West region.


Help for HeroesHelp for Heroes

Lloyds Under 30s Summer Boat Party 2014 on August 7th is raising money for Help for Heroes and Childhood First.


Help for Heroes’ mission is to deliver an enduring national network of support for our wounded and their families. They inspire and enable those who have made sacrifices on our behalf to achieve their full potential. The war in Afghanistan may be nearly over, but for those who have suffered life-changing injuries, their battles are just beginning. We will not let them fight these battles alone.


Childhood First

Childhood Firstwww.childhoodfirst.org.uk

Childhood First deliver exceptional outcomes in the care, education and treatment of children suffering severe emotional and behavioral disturbance as a result of early life trauma. They also provide support to their adult carer networks.




The Royal Marsden CharityThe Royal Marsden Cancer Charity

The After Exams 'Frat Party' held on 16th April 2014 raised money for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity


Imagine a future beyond cancer. At The Royal Marsden we’re dedicated to making this happen. We’re a world-leading innovation centre who pioneer new treatments that save lives. We use our research every day to provide the very best in diagnosis, treatment and care for our patients. The revolutionary way we treat people in our hospitals has far-reaching impact, nationally and internationally. This kind of pioneering work costs money. Support The Royal Marsden and you’re investing in a future beyond cancer for you and for everyone you know. The Royal Marsden Cancer CharityFor a future beyond cancer.


Bromley by bow centre

BromleyThe Halloween Party on the 31st of October raised money for the Bromley by Bow Center


The Bromley by Bow Centre is an innovative community organization in east London, working in one of the most deprived boroughs in the UK. Each week we support families, young people and adults of all ages to learn new skills, improve their health and wellbeing, find employment and develop the confidence to achieve their goals and transform their lives. At the core of the Centre’s thinking is our belief in people and their capacity to achieve amazing things.


Stroke association

Stroke22nd August 2013 Lloyd’s Under 30’s Boat Party raised money for the Stroke Association and MPS


Empowering stroke survivors and carers to share their concerns and hopes, the UK Stroke Assembly brought together more than 200 people affected by stroke to learn new skills, support each other and help influence stroke campaigns.




MPS provides funding research, raises awareness for Mucopolysaccharide and related diseases.