Personally supported by Robert Langmead
Robert is committed to supporting a range of local organisations and local charities:
Restless Development is a charity that works closely with young people around the world enabling them to lead and solve current global challenges. Whether that means supporting communities to end child marriage or prevent HIV, the charity works with young people to change their lives and the lives of people in their communities. Robert is particularly focused on supporting these three projects with the charity:
Dynamic in Uganda – stands for Driving Youth-led New Agribusiness and Micro-enterprise, and it facilitates the creation of sustainable economic opportunities for disadvantaged Ugandan youth between 15-24 year olds. It has a market-driven and holistic approach and aims to increase the number of young people who are in secure employment or self-employment.
Girls 2030 – sets up school-level career clubs, organises district-level career and skill camps and organises career internship programmes. The girls are of secondary school age and focuses on their future career-planning.
Anakazi Leaders in Zambia – promotes young women’s participation in leadership and business opportunities. With over 400 young women between 18-30 receiving training in business, leadership, financial literacy, mentorship, incubation workshops for business ideas and internships. The project also aims to change attitudes of employers towards women’s empowerment and career potential.
Robert has also been Chair of the Dementia Support Fundraising Advisory Board. The Dementia Support Group is a local charity working in partnership with voluntary and charitable organisations to create a unique community hub for dementia. It is designed to truly enhance the well-being and quality of life for local people living with Dementia their family and carers.
Robert also regularly fundraises for other selected charities; including regular fundraising for the Sussex Snowdrop Trust, British Heart Foundation, Save the Rhino and other selected cancer and animal charities.
Robert recently took part in the Tour de Force ride to raise funds for the William Wates Memorial Trust, which helps the most disadvantaged young people keep away from a life of crime and violence and fulfil their potential.
Supported through Robert Langmead’s businesses
Natures Way Foods
NWF operates a dedicated Community Plan which focuses on education, sponsorship, volunteering and charity support. For nearly 10 years NWF has run its Field to Fork programme to educate children about the journey of salad from a seed to the dinner table, to encourage healthy eating from an early age. NWF has since seen hundreds of children visit the company sites and built strong relationships with several local schools.
NWF have provided support for the Chichester Triathlon, as its official sponsor for over 15 years. The event, organised by Chichester District Council, welcomes hundreds of participants to compete in both the triathlon and junior aquathon.
Kingsbridge listen to people in the communities where it works to deliver developments that improve their environment, create local job opportunities, and leave the region better than they found it.
Kingsbridge engages with local schools and colleges to increase opportunities and experience for students. The company also support local communities through charity work and encourage employees to take part in volunteering programmes. Each year, Kingsbridge nominate a ‘Charity of the Year’ and focus their support across a number of initiatives. The company are currently supporting Chichester Food Bank and has previously advocated Surfers Against Sewage.