It’s more than a decade since we started working with the charity Maggie’s, which provides practical, emotional, and social support to anyone with cancer and their friends and family.
As well as the construction of many of its architecturally significant centres, we’ve committed to raising £1,000,000 over ten years for the charity. Five years into that commitment, our current fundraising total is £850,000.
Every Maggie’s centre is unique and fits perfectly into its surroundings. Each centre is thoughtfully designed to be calming and welcoming; a place to escape from the clinical environment of our modern day hospitals.
The blueprint for Maggie’s Centres was established by Maggie Keswick Jencks who, along with her husband Charles, understood the restorative impact inspirational environment and design can have. That same healing architectural philosophy continues to be reflected within its centres; from the kitchen table at their heart, to the peaceful corners, and the many opportunities to connect with nature.
Find out more at maggies.org
Sector: HealthcareLocation: Nationwide
Engineering Excellence for Maggie’s first Cancer Care Centre in WalesSector: HealthcareLocation: Wales
Innovation key to delivering Maggie’s at The ChristieSector: HealthcareLocation: North West
Heritage and complex projects expertise delivers Maggie’s BartsSector: HealthcareLocation: London
Our fundraising efforts
Our colleagues are committed to our corporate partnership with Maggie's with teams and individuals undertaking walking, running, and cycling challenges to raise money.
Miles for Maggie's challenge raises £9k07 May 2021
Congratulations to our colleagues across the UK for completing the virtual fundraising challenge, Miles for Maggie’s.
We're getting in the Miles for Maggie's24 Mar 2021
Colleagues across the business are taking part in a virtual charity event which will see them logging miles whilst fundraising for Maggie’s.
150th anniversary Rannoch Moor trek for Maggie's18 Oct 2019
Earlier this summer, colleagues from across the UK took part in a challenge they would never forget. A two-day 45 mile trek from Spean Bridge to Loch Tulla across the challenging terrain of Rannoch Moor.