At Goodman, we believe the sustainability of our planet – and the wellbeing of all the people in it - is everyone’s responsibility. That’s why we partner with passionate, and often, grassroots charities who, like us, are striving to do good in the world.
Our work with partner charities makes a tangible difference in three key areas of focus.
Charity organisations who help protect, nurture and support children or young people.
Charity organisations who reduce waste and support those in need by redistributing fresh food or useful items that would otherwise go to landfill.
Charity organisations who support those living with a condition, illness or disability, or whose efforts help to create a more inclusive and equitable community.
UKHarvest is a not-for-profit perishable food rescue operation that collects quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivers it, direct and free of charge, to charities.
It provides much needed assistance to vulnerable people, collecting surplus food from all types of food providers, including fruit and vegetable markets, supermarkets, hotels, wholesalers, farmers, stadiums, corporate events, catering companies, shopping centres, delis, cafes, restaurants, film and TV shoots and boardrooms.
UKHarvest is based on the original OzHarvest model which was founded in November 2004, by Ronni Kahn.
The Goodman Foundation is the founding partner of UKHarvest and funds its operations out of Southern England.
Read more about UKHarvest's latest work
Reynalds Cross School in Solihull caters for pupils aged 2½ to 19 with severe and profound multiple learning difficulties. The school is a valuable community resource, providing children with a safe, enjoyable and healthy environment in which to learn.
Goodman provides funding support to the school and by sponsoring a classroom, is enabling them to purchase much-needed equipment to enhance the children’s day-to-day learning experience.
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Cerebral Palsy Alliance provides family-centered therapies and care to people living with cerebral palsy and their families. They respond to the changing needs of their clients based on the latest research, technology and therapies.
The Goodman Foundation has been the global partner of Cerebral Palsy Alliance's leading annual fundraising initiative, Steptember. Steptember challenges the public and workplaces to take the equivalent of 10,000 steps a day as recommended by the World Health Organisation for a healthy life, throughout the month of September.
Read more about Cerebral Palsy Alliance