Breyer Group helps raise funds for Breyer Foundation's Annual Charity Golf Day

Breyer Foundation aims to raise funds for community projects and in our experience, community investment is a positive means to improve some of the most challenging and disadvantaged areas that are affected by high levels of deprivation and anti-social behaviour.

On Monday 22 September, 2014 Breyer Foundation organised a Charity Golf Day and invited Tony Cottee, the former West Ham and England footballer, Sky Sports Presenter and keen golfer as it’s guest player and evening speaker.

With over 90 golfers from Breyer Group’s Supply Chain, the day was fantastic and the weather was perfect on the 18-hole golf course.

In total £8,000 was raised which will get re-invested back into community projects that satisfy the Foundation’s Objects.

Foundation Objects

(1) The charity’s objects ("Objects") are specifically restricted to the following:

A. For the public benefit to promote the education (including social and physical training) of long term and short term unemployed in such ways as the Charity trustees see fit; including by:

(i) awarding to such persons scholarships, maintenance allowances or grants;

(ii) providing such persons short term construction, plumbing, tiling and plastering courses;

(iii) providing to such persons long term pre apprenticeship and post apprenticeship long term training course;

(iv) including to advance the education of the public conservation, protection and improvement of the physical environment by providing training in renewable technologies.

B. To promote the advancement of citizenship or the development of the community by developing capacity and skills of socially disadvantaged communities in such a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and participate more fully in society.

C. The relief of unemployment for the benefit of the public in such ways as may be thought fit, including assistance to find employment.

D. The promotion for the benefit of the public of urban or rural regeneration in areas of social and economic deprivation (and in particular in London, East Anglia, South East and South West of England) by all or any of the following means:

(i) the creation of training and employment opportunities by the provision of workspace, building and/or land for use on favourable terms:

(ii) the maintenance, improvement or provision of public amenities; and

(iii) such other means as may from time to time be determined subject to the prior written consent of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales.


If you have a community project that requires support and which meets with the above-mentioned objects, please contact the Foundation by email at: where we will be happy to discuss your project in more detail and how we may be able to support it.

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