Porsche Centre Mayfair is proud to announce their partnership with the British Asian Trust. Founded in 2007 by HRH The Prince of Wales and a group of British Asian business leaders, the British Asian Trust specialises in the support and assistance of the impoverished and underprivileged in South Asia.
Since its inception, the British Asian Trust has acted as a catalyst for change, serving as a social fund to support high impact charities that tackle the root causes of poverty, injustice and inequality. By nurturing excellent grassroots solutions, providing the necessary skills and empowering people, the Trust has gone on to positively impact over three million lives in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The foundation has grown significantly over the years, bringing together visionary philanthropists who share a passion for effecting change. As well as having Prince Charles as its Patron, the Trust is supported by a number of powerful and inspirational individuals from across the business, sport and entertainment communities.
With our partnership, we will be supporting a number of British Asian Trust fundraising events over the course of 2016, including the recent annual British Asian Trust Gala Dinner held at the prestigious London Natural History Museum.
Richard Hawkes, CEO of the British Asian Trust, said “The British Asian Trust is delighted to be working with Porsche Centre Mayfair as one of our sponsors. A leading automotive brand, we are very much looking forward to their participation and partnership in our events supporting the Trust’s initiatives.”
Ade Smith, Director of Porsche Retail Group, commented: “Porsche Centre Mayfair is excited and proud to be working closely with the British Asian Trust. Listening to the wonderful work the Trust does in the region, it is hard not to be moved.”
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