About Us

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The Hampson Hughes Charitable Foundation will support charities that assist those in need as a result of youth, age, ill health, disability or financial hardship.

Money will be raised by the firm’s work force through a series of fundraising activities which include payroll giving; charity challenges and fundraising drives such as dress down days and charity events.

In 2015 the proceeds will go to two nominated charities, which were put forward and voted on by staff and the trustees.

The two nominated charities are the Whitechapel Centre and Amputees and Carers Support in Liverpool.

Amputees and Carers Support in Liverpool (ACSIL)

ACSIL provides an advice and information centre for amputees and carers. Members can drop in at any time and discuss any concerns, issues or problems they may have. They can also find strength and inspiration from other amputees that have been through the same change from ability to reduced - ability. For further information please visit here.


The Whitechapel Centre

The Whitechapel Centre is the leading homeless and housing charity for the Liverpool region. It works with people who are sleeping rough, living in hostels or struggling to manage their accommodation. It is committed to helping people find and maintain a home and learn the life skills essential for independent living. For further information please visit here.


Our Partnerships So Far...

The Hampson Hughes Charitable Foundation is committed to seeking out local and national charities that share in our mission to offer valuable support in the community. Each year, we expand upon our existing partnerships, raising awareness of good causes and creating fund raising opportunities. The positive change that we are able to bring to the community is only made possible by the hard work and selfless determination of the charities that we are proud to have worked alongside:


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    John Hughes

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    Paul Hampson

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    Helen Rehm

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    Lisa Pearson