We understand more than most the positive impact that financial support and additional resource can have on charities and that’s why we regularly help several charitable organisations. We support diverse charities that provide assistance for those affected by cancer, disabilities and Army veterans in need of help. We also support our local rugby club and everything they do to promote sport to our youngsters.
We do our utmost to provide meaningful support to our chosen charities, and if you would like to do likewise then please see the details of these charities below.
NWM is proud to support Ayrshire Cancer Support. NWM is the principal sponsor of the forthcoming Turnberry Shoot Annual Clay Day event taking place at the fabulous five star Trump Turnberry Hotel and shooting ground on the 13th and 14th August 2022. Rolls Royce and Purdey are both supporting the event with the opportunity to see the new Cullinan 4x4 and try the latest Purdey’s. Places are still available for individuals or teams of four. If you are interested in attending then bookings can be made through the Ayrshire Cancer Support website.
NWM is proud to support the Ayrshire Hospice Summer Ball. This ball is the charity's main fundraising event of the year and if you would like to attend and support the charity then individual places or tables are still available for the next event. The Ayrshire Hospice provides outstanding quality care and services which helps those with any life-limiting illness. Care is provided where there is no cure for the condition, but which improves the quality of each day for people who have a limited time to live. The charity helps adults throughout Ayrshire and Arran with life-limiting illness such as cancer, neurological conditions, end stage heart failure and lung disease. They help people to live as actively as they can to the end of their lives - however long that may be, wherever that may be. The care they provide not only seeks to alleviate pain and symptoms, but also allows people to stay engaged with friends, family and their community. They not only look after people’s physical needs but also attend to their emotional, spiritual and social needs too. The patient and their family are at the centre of all the care they provide. Family members, close friends and carers are also supported both during a person’s illness and following bereavement. They provide care in several places, including people’s own homes, hospitals and care homes as well as in our purpose-built day care and in-patient units. Wherever suits the patients best.
NWM is proud to support the ABF Scotland’s Charity Clay Shoot. If you fancy trying to be the “Top Gun” and win a brass shell from the famous Edinburgh Castle One O’Clock gun, then this is a great charity event looking for teams. The ABF is the British Army's national charity and gives a lifetime of support to soldiers and veterans from the British Army, and their immediate families, when they are in need. They make grants to individuals through their Regiments and Corps and support a wide range of specialist charities that sustain the British Army ‘family’, both at home and around the world. They take pride in being responsive, making a difference at a critical point in peoples’ lives. They have been doing this since 1944, working with veterans of every conflict, and they envisage continuing doing so for the ‘long haul’; supporting all future generations of our soldiers and their dependants.
NWM is proud to support and sponsor Ayr Rugby Football Club. The club is one of the oldest in Scotland having been founded in 1897 and today supports youth rugby, women’s rugby and men’s rugby along with school and community rugby. These are exciting times for the club as they have recently won both the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup in 2019.
NWM is proud to support the Halow Project Damon Hill Karting Challenge. If you fancy being on the same track and racing against former F1 World Champion Damon Hill, then this is a great charity event looking for teams. The Halow Project is dedicated to creating opportunities and supporting young people aged 16-35 with a learning disability so that they are able to live independent, meaningful, fulfilled lives and become more involved in their local community.