Langham Hall Charity Initiatives – 2023 Wrap-up

Langham Hall is committed to giving back to the communities in which it operates. We champion our staff to be involved in a variety of activities to widen their life experiences and perspectives.

During the second half of 2023, our global offices challenged themselves with a range of charity and fundraising activities.

We looked back at their successes:


Charity Committees
Across our Global Offices


Jersey continued their support for their chosen charities Jersey Hospice Care and Dementia Jersey.

They started the second half of the year by donating their monthly dress down collections to both the charities.

The office also took part in The Jersey Hospice Care Dragon Boat Racing (coming 7th!) as well as sponsoring the Santa Dash for the second year in a row.

They ended the year by manning the Dementia Jersey stall in town as well as helping wrap presents ahead of the festive season.

In total they raised £3,140 for Jersey Hospice Care and £1,000 for Dementia Jersey.


The second half of 2023 was a busy period for the Guernsey team. In July a group of six employees (and one dog) joined in the Gower Walk of Hope in aid of Guernsey Mind. August saw a bake sale and the Tower to Tower Walk and Run, both in support of Guernsey Alzheimer’s Association.

A team of five colleagues entered the Skipton Swimarathon in October swimming a very impressive 160 lengths in aid of Guernsey Mind and the Guernsey Youth Commission.

The team ended the year taking part in Beard Up! Challenge for local charity Male Uprising Guernsey whose aim is to raise awareness of male cancers and general wellbeing in the Bailiwick of Guernsey.


The London office took part in Movember, where participants were set the challenge to either grow a moustache or aim to move 60k across the month, to represent the 60 me who commit suicide across the globe every hour. Thanks to their brilliant efforts the office raised over £2,700.

The team closed the year taking part in Christmas Jumper Day, which saw the office wear a fantastic selection off knitwear while raising over £350.

The office also made donations on behalf of the business and staff.

  • Assistance with the Moroccan Earthquake relief efforts
  • Assistance with the Libyan flooding relief efforts
  • Donations to Motor Neuron Disease Association and Zarach (staff chosen charities)


The Luxembourg office marked Breast Cancer Awareness month in October by designating two days of the month as ‘Pink Days’. Staff were encouraged to wear something pink and share a picture. Donations were made for every participant.

The team also assembled and joined the corporate football league organised by Social Goal, an NGO dedicated to making a positive impact for underprivileged children from diverse communities and cultures with the money collected by promoting employee well-being, engagement, and networking through corporate sports experiences.

The office rolled out an initiative to contribute to the wellbeing of others by donating blood or plasms to the Red Cross at any time, including working hours.

Colleagues also took part in Movember as well as matching employee contributions for the Moroccan Earthquake relief.


The Hong Kong office organised a steam workshop at The Hub HK. The charity provides support to families from disadvantaged backgrounds whose children needed to be taken care while their parents are at work. The centre provides support for children’s educational, physical and mental development.


We also encourage our staff across all jurisdictions to take on their own challenges and initiatives.

  • Paul Tsang from London took part in the RNLI Tower Run
  • Joseph Dennis from London took part in the Hever Castle Triathlon raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support

We look forward to all the different initiatives the teams have planned for 2024.

We are proud to stand together and extend a helping hand to those in need.