PRP contributes annually to a number of charities, and we encourage staff to raise funds for charities of their own choice.
The PRP 'Extreme Team' completed their skydive challenge for Ovarian Cancer Action by throwing themselves out of a perfectly good plane at 13,000 feet, free falling 8,000 feet at speeds in excess of 100mph and then floating down by parachute for a safe landing! They raised over £8,000.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness – and we campaign to prevent it in the first place.
The Architects Benevolent Society is the only registered charity in the UK dedicated to helping architects, assistants, technologists, technicians, landscape architects - and their families – in times of need. We help people of all ages who have experienced illness, accident, redundancy, unemployment, bereavement or other personal misfortune. Our support ranges from confidential advice to financial assistance.
Our vision is of a world where young people are equipped to create a future of their choosing. Our mission, to help get them there.
The Movember Foundation is the leading global organisation committed to changing the face of men’s health. The Movember community has raised £346 million to date and funded over 1,000 programmes in 21 countries. This work is saving and improving the lives of men affected by prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health problems. The Movember Foundation challenges men to grow moustaches during Movember (formerly known as November), to spark conversation and raise vital funds for its men’s health programs. To date, 4 million moustaches have been grown worldwide, but we won't stop growing as long as serious men’s health issues exist.
To compete in St Ann’s Hospice’s 2013 Duck Race, PRP Manchester decorated a big rubber duck complete with ‘Architect’ specs and a bow tie.
Unfortunately, despite being the most efficient and scantily clad, Archiduck was beaten to the finishing weir by Beyonce, Superman and Tina Turner. Nevertheless, he donated a kind £50 to the £1,400 St Ann’s Charitable Pot.
St Ann’s Hospice cares and helps around 3,000 patients (over the age of 16) and their families and carers every year who are affected by cancer and non-cancer life limiting illnesses. We deliver care that is special and unique to each individual person. Around 40% of inpatients at St Ann’s Hospice return home after treatment.
Cancer Research UK pioneers life-saving research to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
At Stockdales, we quite simply make the kind of life most of us take for granted more accessible and enjoyable for people with learning disabilities. We operate a wide range of services, from residential to community-based activities. If people feel they want the security of round-the-clock care, we can provide that; if they’d rather live independently or with their families, we support them to do that too.
Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity. Our vision is a world where people are free from the fear, harm and heartbreak of dementia. Find out what is going on in the world of dementia and Alzheimer's disease research with our news articles, blog posts and press information.
Augustinian Care provides care with nursing for elderly frail residents and those with mental health problems in Sussex. Our aim is to provide unique high quality care, enabling individuals to lead valued and fulfilled lives with freedom to make choices.
Advancing the fight against ovarian cancer. We want to make ovarian cancer treatment more effective and reduce the number of women who die from the disease. We only fund research that can be quickly translated into meaningful outcomes for real women in real life. The Ovarian Cancer Action Research Centre drives new and more targeted treatments from pre-clinical studies, to clinical trials and into gynaecological clinics across the UK.