At Thompson Jenner, we have committed to help charities in our local community. There are three charities that we help and support throughout the year, raising awareness and generating much-needed funds.

The Exeter Foundation

The Exeter Foundation was set up in 2010 by some of Exeter’s and the surrounding regions top names in business and sport who joined together to use their expertise to raise money for charities and to support key projects across the region. The funds raised by the Foundation are to the benefit of many local schemes and charities, with no particular beneficiary. Local charities that have been supported include the Brandon Trust, Hospiscare, Exeter Community Services, Headway and the Exeter Samaritans.

The Foundations website can be found Information on how you can get involved with the Exeter Foundation can be found at the following links:

Give Time

Give Money

Run an Event

Wooden Spoon charity

Thompson Jenner is also proud to be a supporter of the Wooden Spoon charity.

The Wooden Spoon is the Rugby Association’s chosen charity, established in 1990 and dedicated to helping underprivileged children and young people all over the UK and Ireland to live happier richer lives. All of the money raised within the South West stays in the South West. Please check out the website for information on the many fundraising events and projects supported by our regional branch. Hopefully, you can find the time to support them or even become a member.


The West Country 100

We are delighted to support the Royal Marines Charity and be part of the West Country 100 Dinner. The exclusive, invitation-only dinner serves to connect the charity’s expanding network with the Royal Marines. Launched last year, the West Country 100 is an exclusive club of 100 West Country businesses who are committed to raising £1,000 per year to support Royal Marines.

The Royal Marines Charity is an entirely self-funded charity, which aims to support Royal Marines in need, most notably, those whose careers have ended prematurely due to injury. Beneficiaries are supported through an intelligent combination of work placements, mentoring, training, financial support and full-time employment. Beyond this, the charity also provides support to Royal Marines and their families to overcome adversity through its expanding business network.

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