Community Support

Our Charitable Commitment

Charity is an important aspect of what we do at Key Enviro Solutions. We believe in doing business differently, so apart from helping our clients achieve fantastic results, we give some of our time to help local charities excel. We believe in inspiring, supporting and empowering others, helping those with less resources amplify their impact.

Our chosen charities are selected for their great work and desire to have a better digital footprint, as well as:

– A real enthusiasm for digital

– Are already active digitally and have a desire to do it better

– Hold and cherish the same values & ethical beliefs we do

– In some cases, they are lucky enough to have a top-level structure (for example a board, trustees or management) to help drive the project(s) forward

– In some cases, they are small enough that our support will make a real difference and free up members of the team to concentrate on fundraising

– Focus each and every individual

The caring teams always give 100% to ensure that the charities we help have the support they need. The Key Enviro Solutions aim is to make a big difference to as many charities as possible with the minimum of fuss and without the need for ‘red tape’.

Any request for assistance will be considered in an open, friendly, understanding and sensitive manner.

Woodland Trust

We have supported the Woodland Trust for a number of years.

Woodland Trust want to make sure everybody in the UK has the chance to plant a tree. So, they give away hundreds of thousands of trees to schools and communities. Together, they aim to get millions more trees in the ground.

The UK needs millions more trees to reach its 2050 carbon net-zero target. By digging in with them, Key Enviro Solutions are helping bring us nearer this important goal.


Make a natural screen or connect existing woodland to help wildlife stay on the move. You will get a variety of each species for 8 metres of full, easy to manage hedging.

For a longer length, our Wild Harvest, Year-Round Colour, Wildlife, and Wild Wood packs also make great hedgerows and are available with 105 or 420 saplings.


Plant a mini forest school classroom or a peaceful spot that’s an oasis for birds. You will get 10 of each species for a small, tranquil copse.

Wild harvest

Grow an array of fruits and nuts to produce your own jams, jellies, wines and more.

Year-round colour

Enjoy beautiful blossoms, bright berries and stunning autumn displays.

Working wood

Fuel a log burner in 7-10 years, or channel your creativity and learn to carve or weave willow


Establish food and shelter for wildlife and create a living legacy for future generations.

Urban trees

Easy to manage, this pack is designed for residential areas with limited communal space. If no shared space is available, applications to split between neighbouring front gardens to green up your street are considered.

Dandelion Time

We are proud to be corporate supporters for Dandelion Time since January 2018.

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Dandelion Time works with vulnerable children and their families experiencing serious behavioural and emotional difficulties.  Often the children are victims of abuse and neglect, with parents frequently struggling with chronic mental health difficulties and self-esteem.

Based on a peaceful, small farm near Maidstone and close to areas of considerable need, we deliver a practical farm-based therapeutic programme.  We enable families to overcome their emotional issues, grow in confidence and self-esteem, and develop the life skills necessary for a brighter future.

Claire ran the Brighton Marathon and raised £175 for Dandelion Time.

Karen, Kim & Claire helped run the Dandelion Time stall at Kent’s biggest Music festival, The Vicars Picnic.

AND in 2022 and 2023..

A team took part in the Tough Mudder 5k event two years running.

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Cancer Research UK

We’re helping the fight against cancer by supporting Cancer Research UK.

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Global work

Cancer Research UK is the world’s largest independent funder of cancer research, investing over $400 million each year across prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

They do this because cancer is a global issue. The burden worldwide is on the rise, with 19.3 million new cases diagnosed in 2020 globally and 29.5 million new cases projected for 2040. They believe that by collaborating with global partners, they will bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

Their work to reduce global cancer burden with their partners includes:

  • Working with civil societies and research institutes around the world to grow a policy evidence base which can be used to call for regional, national or local change that will prevent cancer incidence in low- and middle- income countries
  • Supporting world-class cancer research that brings together the best minds from around the globe to tackle cancer’s biggest challenges
  • Partnering with and learning from organisations and government agencies within Europe who share our mission of beating cancer sooner
  • Collaborating across multiple disciplines and continents to research and improve differences in outcomes for people with cancer

Improving the translation of early detection and diagnosis cancer research for better patient outcomes

They’re working with the Academy of Medical Sciences to address the challenges facing emerging early detection and diagnosis approaches and technologies. Together they held a FORUM Workshop that makes recommendations for the translation and implementation of these technologies in the healthcare system.

The challenge

There are still only two widely used bloodborne cancer biomarkers in primary care – these are same markers that were in use 25 years ago. This highlights how challenging the pathway from basic science and early detection research through to development of diagnostic technologies and implementation in the healthcare system is.

The NHS has well-established infrastructure and support for the translation of new therapeutics and disease management techniques into practice. However, the translational pathway for novel cancer detection and diagnostic technologies is poorly defined and hard for researchers in this space to navigate.

Addressing these issues will require buy-in and commitment from stakeholders across multidisciplinary fields.

British Heart Foundation

Supporting British Heart Foundation to fund research.

About British Heart Foundation

Their vision is a world free from the fear of heart and circulatory diseases. They raise money to research cures and treatments, so they can give people more time with the ones they love.

Heart attacks that strike without warning, strokes that shatter futures, newborn babies born with broken hearts. These are just some of the cruelties of cardiovascular disease. And the brutal reality is, there is so much more for science to discover before we can beat the world’s biggest killers.

That’s why British Heart Foundation exists. Funding research is how they change the game. And we all have a role to play. The tools we have at our disposal today – from heart transplants and pacemakers to stents and portable defibrillators – are all down to research. Research made possible by supporters like Key Enviro Solutions.

When we join forces, we can make the impossible possible. We can take the best and brightest ideas from scientists’ minds and help turn them into treatments you can get at your GP. We can make theories on pages jump into reality. BHF research can save your life and your family’s lives.

But without donations? It all stops tomorrow.

Medical breakthroughs don’t just happen. Driven by love, donations and awe-inspiring science, we make them happen together.

Together British Heart Foundation are…

  • Saving lives with science – We have been funding science since 1961. Heart transplants, pacemakers, portable defibrillators and valve replacements are all breakthroughs we have helped fund.
  • Tackling health inequalities – We’re shaping and influencing Government policy to create a world free from the fear of heart and circulatory disease.
  • Helping people in their hour of need – From our Heart Helpline to information backed by clinical experts, we help those living with heart and circulatory diseases to get the best guidance, support and access to the services they need.
  • Raising valuable funds – You are our heroes. Whether you’re donating money and items, fundraising or volunteering your time, it’s your support that helps fund our life saving research.

Young Lewisham Project

Supporting the young people of Lewisham

About Young Lewisham Project

The Young Lewisham Project provides a safe, inclusive learning environment where young people can maximise their chances of becoming valued members of society.  Through enrichment, alternative educational courses and team recreational activities we aim to re-engage young people, increase their confidence and well-being along with improving their skills and self-esteem.

Humble Beginnings

In 1974 a group of Lewisham residents were frustrated by the fact that a few of the young people in their neighbourhood were becoming involved in anti-social behaviour and getting into trouble with the police; stealing motorbikes was a big problem.

The residents knew that this behaviour was largely because the young people had nothing to do. It was then that one of the residents came across a project in

Birmingham that had set up a workshop for young people so that, instead of stealing motorbikes, they would do them up. Together the local residents turned one of their garages into a small workshop and encouraged the local youths to come along and learn the basics of mechanics. The Young Lewisham Project was born.

Here and Now

The Young Lewisham Project offers a wide range of supportive alternative vocational programmes to young people who may not be achieving in mainstream education. We deliver projects, activities and trips during term time and over the weekend, although we do not replace statutory provision.

Programmes take place each week on our site in our workshops, activities include motorbike mechanics & bicycle maintenance, woodwork, furniture restoration and upcycling, art and crafts, gardening and allotment work and cooking. Residential trips and off-site activities also take place throughout the year.  We work with up to 200 young people each year who are referred by partner agencies.

Support Us

The Young Lewisham Project is a registered charity that receives no statutory government funding, we rely heavily on grant and foundation funding to subsidise our projects and activities to make them accessible for all.   We are constantly looking for ways to raise funds to ensure the magnificent work we do and the help we give to young people can continue.


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