Stone King Foundation’s latest donations made to 11 charities local to firm’s offices

The Stone King Foundation, is delighted to have supported the work of a wide range of charities local to Stone King’s offices. Following its latest round of grant applications, a total of £3,500 was granted to the successful applicants.

The Foundation is funded by an annual donation from the firm and makes small grants to charities which are important to Stone King people, or which are impactful in the communities local to our offices.  The majority of its trustees are currently partners and staff at Stone King.

This round’s successful applicants include charities working with children and health, as well as a project offering counselling to those affected by addiction and abuse. The full list is:

  • Bathampton Scout HQ – a charity providing enriching experiences to young people in the Bath area.
  • Families United Network – a charity based in Luton which provides support to families of children with special educational needs.
  • Larkhall Athletic Football Club – a grass roots non-league team in Bath.
  • LawCare – a charity offering free mental health support to the legal sector.
  • MACS (Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia and Coloboma Support) – based in London MACS provides support to those impacted by Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia and Coloboma.
  • Momentum Children’s Charity – based in East Molesey Momentum Children’s Charity provides support to the families of children with serious illnesses.
  • Something to Look Forward To – a Cambridge-based charity which provides wellbeing-focussed gifts and experiences to those impacted by cancer and their families.
  • Southmead Project – A charity that offers free counselling and support to those impacted by abuse and addiction in Bristol.
  • Spencer Dayman Meningitis Research – a Bristol-based charity raising money to support medical research into meningitis, sepsis and related diseases.
  • Support After Murder and Manslaughter – a Birmingham-based charity providing support to those who have lost loved ones to murder and manslaughter.
  • Time is Precious – a charity in Radstock which helps create a more comfortable environment for children receiving medical treatment at hospital and at home.

“The work carried out by these organisations is often invaluable to the people they support,” said Trustee Nicole Reed, a Senior Associate Solicitor in our Charity & Social Enterprise Team.

“Our community-led approach to allocating donations means that we discover some incredible charities with unique and important purposes. As far as possible, we aim to support those organisations for whom a small grant can go a long way.”

With a focus on smaller charities near our offices in Bath, Birmingham, Cambridge, London, Leeds and Manchester, the Foundation typically makes donations of between £250 and £500. It encourages applications from such charities through its grant application form. This can be found at