As a successful, profitable, financial advisory practice we are delighted to be able to give back to society through ongoing and ad hoc charitable donation.
No less than 10% of our branch’s total gross profit is donated to a variety of different, charitable, causes that seek to offer support and assistance to the very poorest and most desperate members of our society.
Such support includes, but is in no means limited to:
Unseen is a charity established to disrupt and challenge human trafficking at all levels. Within AES we are working to provide not just financial support, but to also get involved with helping with providing professional support to assist in empowering Unseen to achieve it’s objectives.
Prisoners Abroad is a human rights and welfare charity providing humanitarian aid, advice and emotional support to people affected by overseas imprisonment. Prisoners Abroad assist British citizens during their incarceration, when they return to the UK and need access to resettlement services, and they also support their family and friends throughout the trauma.
Known as providing loans that change lives, Kiva is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty.
Iraqi Christians in Need
This charity was established to help Iraqi Christians who, as a result of the war, have been suffering by being displaced, destitute and persecuted. Many of those in most desperate need are widows and orphans, those least able to help themselves.
Open Doors strive to raise awareness of the global persecution of Christians with particular attention given to the ‘secret children’ of persecution. These are Children who are left to ‘fend’ for themselves after losing one or both of their parents as a consequence of persecution.
Since 2003 New Foundations has sought to serve God in a very difficult environment. What started as a visiting boat clinic has evolved into four established medical clinics, and twenty five fully trained indigenous Health Care Workers. New Foundations treats around 6,000 patients across remote and often inaccessible communities each year.
The mainstay of the work was, and remains, the establishment of a testimony to Jesus Christ, and His love for the people of the Delta.