LEH Donation to an Eco Charity
The charitable aspect of LEH relates to our desire to ‘give back’.
We believe that if we are able to enjoy the success of reaching a goal of ours then we would like to share that success and use it as a means to contribute to the greater cause that some charities are working towards.
There are many organisations and charities that are doing enormous amounts to tackle some of the largest environmental issues we face today. They have been performing this tireless work for many many years already, a lot of the time unnoticed. They will no doubt have already achieved so much more than we perhaps ever will.
So if by ‘doing our bit’ (however small) we can help one of these organisations to continue the great work they are doing then that must be a good result all round.
But we need your help to decide where to make this donation by voting for the charity you feel is most worthy, would benefit most or would put to best use this donation.
Once we arrive at successful completion of a project then we will donate 1% of the final value of that project to the charity with the highest number of votes at that point in time.
Here are the chosen charities in our current vote:
WWF: Best known as the world’s leading conservation body, the WWF’s passion for safeguarding the natural world is backed up by other environmental action.
See here for more information: www.wwf.org.uk
Vote for WWF here:
Centre for Alternative Technology: aims to inspire, inform, and enable people to live more sustainably, offering practical solutions to the planet’s serious environmental challenges.
Find out more about CAT here: www.cat.org.uk
Vote for CAT here:
The Eden Project is an educational charity who uses exhibits, events, workshops and educational programmes to remind people of our dependence on, and connection to, the natural world.
For further details click here: www.edenproject.com
Vote for Eden Project here:
If there is a charity you think should be on our short list, to vote for, then please contact us here and let us know why you think your chosen ‘eco’ charity should be included.