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Peel L&P, in line with the overarching Peel Group Charity Strategy, works across charitable programmes in healthcare and medical research, culture and the environment, as well as engaging in social and sustainable activity for the public good. We pride ourselves on positively impacting people’s lives, enhancing the physical and mental welfare of our communities, inspiring creativity, and helping to build a sustainable future for all.

Our giving covers a diverse range of causes, from small community groups to regional and national charities, predominantly operating in the north west of England. Through the gifting of funds, grants, use of land and property, media platforms, skills, resources and connections, we provide tangible benefits that positively impact the outcomes of our charitable partners.

Charitable areas of focus

Healthcare and medical research

We support the advancement of people's physical and mental health, to relieve illness and poor health we support and encourage research and innovation to ensure the latest advances in healthcare and treatment are available to all.

Culture and Heritage

We aim to protect and enhance culture and heritage, educating and inspiring the next generation to appreciate and enjoy our natural world, and our diverse cultural and heritage assets.

Education and support for the young

We support the wellbeing, education and welfare of young people through partnerships with organisations which empower, inspire, build confidence and enrich the lives of those they support. We do this especially for the most vulnerable and complex children, young people and families affected by ill health, bereavement, financial hardship or disadvantage.

Welfare

We help to support the marginalised within our communities including tackling homelessness in our City region (Manchester), through the contribution of land, resource, connections and influence. We’re working with partners to develop a housing-led community with wraparound support to help re-integrate the vulnerable back into society.

The environment

We contribute, promote and educate for the benefit of the public, through the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment. We’re committed to supporting environmental and natural projects, increasing biodiversity in the region so the natural environment can be enjoyed by all.


 

Spotlight on charity projects in 2020

RHS Bridgewater

The Peel Group is a founding partner for the RHS Garden Bridgewater in Salford, and Peel L&P has supported its educational provision through capital contributions for the ‘Peel Learning Garden’. Annual contributions to this educational resource have been committed, to help reach local schools, particularly those in deprived areas.

Boothstown Methodist, Year 6 Children at the Peel Learning Garden Glasshouse

In 2020, in partnership with the charity Embassy and the Manchester business community, we progressed plans for up to 40 modular homes in the St George's Island area of Manchester, to create a new community for the homeless. Plans were approved in July 2021.

Embassy Village

In 2020, Peel L&P partnered with the charity and housing provider Embassy and the wider business community to tackle homelessness in Manchester by developing plans for 40 modular homes for vulnerable men.

Peel L&P has committed to the free provision of land in Castlefield as well as consultancy and access to Peel L&P supplier networks. Branded ‘Embassy Village’, the project will be run by the charity Embassy and will provide wraparound support to help re-integrate people back into society.

Bolton Lads & Girls Club

Peel L&P is a platinum sponsor of Bolton Lads & Girls Club, enabling mental health support by funding the provision of a mental health worker for young people in Bolton. The charity offers universal open access, 7 days and nights a week, 51 weeks a year, reaching over 3,000 children and young people.

They provide centre-based play and youth work, sport provision, arts and music programmes, dance and drama in addition to Young Leaders programmes, SEND programmes and projects which empower, inspire and build confidence and resilience.

Young people taking in part in sports at Bolton Lads’ & Girls’ Club

Tough Mudder 2019

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Urban Challenge 2019

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Three Peaks Challenge 2019

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Once Upon A Smile

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