The London Bridge City team has cultivated a vibrant home that connects like-minded people seeking adventure, creativity, entertainment and relaxation. With a strong community spirit demonstrated in much charitable work, London Bridge City is a stylish, yet warm, London hub that understands what makes people tick.
With a community spirit that is highlighted in the charitable work – annually supporting many charities through fundraising events and activities – London Bridge City has a firm belief in enriching its iconic London neighbourhood by supporting local community groups and charities. It proudly hosts many free events in this iconic venue that attracts big businesses, the movers and shakers on our estate and visitors from all over the capital and the world. In addition to working closely with Southwark Council, London Bridge City also has a strong partnership with Team London Bridge to provide the community with the very best offerings.
London Bridge City has a dedicated team driven by a shared ethos to ‘give back’ to its riverside London district and offer charities free use of the space, as well as supporting events via the London Bridge City social media channels and newsletters. This ethos stems from a core business value and CSR initiatives that creates and enhances the quality of life for all who share the iconic London neighbourhood.
London Bridge City is proudly supporting The British Heart Foundation as our chosen charity as they celebrate their 60th birthday in 2021.
The BHF fund more research into heart and circulatory diseases than any other organisation. Their work aims to reduce heart disease, stokes, vascular dementia and diabetes across the UK. Since 1961, their research has led to pioneering surgical techniques and major breakthroughs although there is still much to be done. There are over 7,000,000 people in the UK living with a form of heart disease.
Although their prime focus is on research, the BHF also runs a Heart Helpline staffed by cardiac nurses to take questions from concerned patients and their loved ones. they are also a campaigning body on matters such as clean air. In 2019 the BHF convinced the government to place CPR courses on the national curriculum.
We look forward to working with them over the next twelve months.