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Beyond the world of property, we also strive to create a positive impact on the world around us.
Westhill is involved in various programmes that look to build a brighter future, including partnerships with charities that help to improve living standards across the globe, and sustainability schemes that seek to protect and maintain our environment for generations to come.
Across all of our development projects, we endeavour to implement sustainability best practice. From the contractors, suppliers and partners we work with, to the use of energy efficient building materials, Westhill ensures it takes an environmentally conscious approach to its development processes.
Charities We Support
Together with our investors, we work closely with international non-profit organisations to deliver social change and maximise the impact of our donations.
Westhill’s CEO Rita Dattani is a trustee of Lumos, an NGO founded by J.K. Rowling that promotes an end to the institutionalisation of children worldwide. Lumos replaces institutions for poor, disabled and ethnic minority children with family-based services, working towards its mission that by 2050, all children will grow up in loving, nurturing and protective families.
Nirvana School Trust
Nirvana High School is a privately sponsored school near Pondicherry in South India that provides education opportunities to underprivileged children from nursery through to primary and high school ages. Since opening in December 1995 with only 7 students, the school now has over 550 students, who Westhill support through both financial and fundraising support.
The Centre for Effective Altruism
The Effective Altruism community is a global network of people who care deeply about the world and make benefiting others a significant part of their lives. Just as investors want to maximise their returns, CEA believes that donors should maximise the impact of their donations. The centre has created a giving platform that allows donors to contribute to different philanthropic funds supporting some of our world’s biggest issues such as extreme poverty, global health and animal welfare.
80,000 Hours works to help as many people as possible lead high-impact careers by providing career advice for talented young people who want to make a social impact. Over a third of graduates want to make a difference with their careers but have little idea how to. 80,000 Hours offers careers advice and information to funnel more talent toward the world’s most pressing social problems.
The Dublin Simon Community
The Dublin Simon Community empowers people to access and retain a home by providing housing, addiction treatment, emergency response and other targeted interventions through advocacy and partnership. Set up by a group of Trinity and UCD students in 1969 to offer soup and sandwiches to the homeless in Dublin, the charity now works across all levels to help anyone for whom homelessness is a real threat.
We are dedicated to delivering value in all our activities. Our multi-skilled team is well placed to undertake a range of projects. We are happy to consider opportunities of any size in any of our territories. For a preliminary, discretionary discussion or for further information on our services please….