Seasalt Volunteering was created as a way of giving back to the communities where we live and work. Employees across our whole business are given an additional day’s paid leave, so they can roll up their sleeves and support a local charity that’s important to them.

Seasalt Volunteering

As well as fundraising throughout the year for our main charity partners, our staff up and down the country also have the opportunity to lend a hand at a local charity. Last year our Seasalt Volunteers contributed a total of 1,026 hours to helping good causes. Some gave their time as individuals, while others decided to get together as a team and focus their efforts on one project – a great opportunity to get to know our colleagues from across the business.

Seasalt Volunteering

The charities we’ve worked with have ranged from Age Concern to the RNLI and thanks to this hard work, the Seasalt team has transformed hospital gardens, redecorated community spaces, cleared beaches of rubbish, protected conservation areas, curated museum exhibitions, helped rehabilitate injured animals, served meals to the homeless and much, much more.

So many charities rely on the support of volunteers. Connecting and engaging with projects that are working hard to make communities better is hugely rewarding. We’re proud to be able to pitch in and help and look forward to sharing our skills, passion and commitment this year with lots of causes that are close to our hearts.

For regular updates on our volunteering projects, visit the Seasalt Blog.