The Directors of Challenge Sustainability have selected to support three charitable organisations that are working to make a positive difference to specific social and environmental issues: Wiltshire Wildlife Trust; the Natasha Lewis Foundation; and the Down's Syndrome Association.

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust works to create living landscapes across Wiltshire, UK by restoring, reconnecting and recreating wildlife habitats for both wildlife and people. Today, the Trust manages over 40 nature reserves across the county, including wetland, woodland, meadow and chalk downland habitats. The Trust has recorded over 6,400 species on these nature reserves.  The reserves also act as a natural carbon sink, and provide recreation and amenity services to local communities.  Challenge Sustainability have joined Wiltshire Wildlife Trust as a corporate partner, to support the work of the Trust through a financial contribution and participation in networking activities.

Natasha Lewis Foundation

Natasha Lewis (Tash) was a much loved and hugely inspiring daughter, fiancé, friend, competitor and personal trainer who was tragically killed in a car accident while out running in April 2021.  To honour Tash’s memory and go some way to achieving in her name what she would have achieved herself, the Natasha Lewis Foundation was created to help enable young people in and around Bath, UK to realise their sporting dreams.  Challenge Sustainability have partnered with the Natasha Lewis Foundation to provide a financial contribution towards the work of the Foundation with organisations such as Team Bath Athletics Club to support the development of up and coming young athletes.  

Down's Syndrome Association

The Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) is the only charity in the UK dealing with all aspects of Down’s syndrome. The aim of the DSA is to enable people who have Down’s syndrome to live full and rewarding lives.The DSA supports people who have Down’s syndrome, and their parents and carers, throughout their lives. From before birth into older age, the DSA provides services to everyone.  Supporting the work of charities like DSA who are focussed on children and young people with special needs, is an area of enormous personal significance for the Directors of Challenge Sustainability.  Challenge Sustainability's financial contribution to DSA supports their work on specific projects, training, information and campaigning to improve the quality of life of people who have Down’s syndrome, and promote their right to be included on a full and equal basis with others.