“We are kind of like one big family.”
-elvina - Mentee
Sam Griffiths Foundation
The Sam Griffiths Foundation is a charitable trust set up to honour the name of a remarkable young man who died in 2009, aged 16. Sam was positive, happy and brimming with enthusiasm for life. He was thoughtful and kind with a genuine concern for the welfare of others. Sam had a well-developed sense of fairness and was known for his ability to make others laugh. He was brilliant with people of all ages but had a particular affinity with younger children and the foundation hopes to continue his legacy by finding ways to support existing charities who help the young help the young.
East End Community Foundation
East End Community Foundation has been dedicated to increasing opportunities for people living in London's East End for 25 years. They fund grass roots organisations, directly deliver projects and work with local people, businesses, charities and public bodies to raise educational achievement, enhance employability and increase social cohesion
XL Catlin Grant
Being a socially responsible company makes good business sense. Striving to achieve a balance between economic, social and environmental activity is in the long-term interests of the Company and the communities where they operate.

Their colleagues engage in the CSR programs in a number of ways, from working on their regional charity committees to volunteering during the Company’s Global Day of Giving and other local initiatives to taking advantage of the XL Catlin Matching Gifts and Funds program.