The Lodders Charitable Foundation

Established in 2016 to support regional charities that make a real difference to their communities.

The Lodders Charitable Foundation (LCF) supports regional charities where a real difference can be made; something that reflects Lodders’ longstanding commitment to the community.

The trustees of the LCF are all members of the Lodders family: David Lodder, Alistair Howard, Angela Howard, Emily Brampton, Katie Mann, Mark Miller, Martin Green, Baldish Khatkar and Rhiannon Edwards.  

The LCF was formed under the expert guidance of Lodders’ charity law expert Mark Lewis and, since it was created in 2016, has donated an incredible £100,000 to local independent charities.

The LCF regular fundraising events currently include its annual Charity Dog Walk, and an Autumn drinks reception, most recently held at Castle Fine Art in Stratford upon Avon

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Supporting charities in Lodders’ local communities

Stratford Food BankNetworkFour and Home-Start are the named beneficiaries of current fundraising.  The foundation also fundraises for additional charities through specific events.

Stratford Food Bank

Stratford Food Bank aims to prevent or relieve poverty in and around Stratford-upon-Avon by providing emergency food supplies to those in need. With the charity having to find alternative premises for its Christmas Hamper project this year – which delivers Christmas hampers to those for whom the festive period may be difficult – the donation from the LCF will help fund the rent required to pay for the new space.

Network Four

Network Four is a small growing charity that, since it began in 2008, has supported and engaged over 6,500 young people, adults, and families in crisis thanks to a dedicated team and volunteers who strive to help transform their circumstances and give hope for the future.

Home-Start South Warwickshire

Home-Start South Warwickshire is a local community network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their most challenging times. They help give children the best possible start in life by supporting parents as they grow in confidence, strengthen their relationships with their children and widen their links with the local community.