Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity
Having supported such a worthy cause for a number of years we have now chosen the Noah's Ark Children's Hospital as our dedicated charity.
As a family business with a young child of our own this is something that is very close to our own hearts and we hope to continue our support for many years to come.
"Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital Charity welcome the support of Lee and the team at Cardiff Residential Estates. 100,000 vulnerable babies and children across Wales need specialist medical care each year. We rely on groups and companies like Cardiff Residential Estates to help us raise vital funds to provide state-of-the-art medical equipment and pioneering treatment. " - Suzanne Mainwaring, Charity Director.
As a local business we are also very supportive of this charity and are aiming to save one of the most iconic Welsh buildings based here in our fair City. The charity itself is currently exploring how as a community we can save this beautiful and historic Grade II* listed building. Save The Coal Exchange is a community-led campaign to save an important and iconic piece of Welsh heritage.
Built in 1886, The Exchange Building is a stunning example of Victorian architecture and has been Grade II listed for over 40 years.
Safe 4 Kids
In our continued efforts to support our lcoal community and youngsters we are proud patrons of the Safe 4 Kids organisation.
We are currently supporting Rhiwbeina Primary School via the Safe 4 Kids scheme and actively take part in ensuring their safety and enahncing their awareness of such issues of bullying and other issues they may face.
Cardiff Residential Estates are committed to helping children stay safe and play an active role in ensuring teh next generation also receive our support.
Heath Park Rangers
We are very proud to be the Under 10s team sponsor for the Heath Park Rangers.
As avid football fans we were delighted to be the new kit sponsor for the under 10s. The under 10s is a mixture of boys and girls and we wish them all the best.
Good luck guys!
Tom Smith - Deaf Olympic Medalist
Tom is a double Deaf Olympic medalist from Cardiff, and an elite cyclist. The elite status means that I compete against professional riders in top races. Tom doesn’t get paid a salary, and doesn’t get luxuries that professionals do. He is driven to try and achieve his goal of turning professional and being the first deaf person to ride the Tour de France.
At 16 Tom was a multiple British and Welsh Champion, a Youth Commonwealth Games medalist. Then at 17 he was competing for Great Britain alongside Olympic, World and Commonwealth champion, and Tour de France rider Geraint Thomas in European championships.
Unfortunately, Tom was hit by a car while training and this resulted in spinal damage which went undiagnosed for a long time. His results suffered, in consequence. 4 years and 2 spinal operations later, in 2008, he started the road to recovery and on his way won a Deaf European bronze and 2 Deaf Olympic medals in 2012 and 2013.
Good Luck Tom!
"Cardiff Residential Estates are very proud to support the community in which it serves and we hope to continue to make a difference across Cardiff as we continue with our growth and development."
Lee Bryce, Managing Director