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Amoria Bond Charitable Trust is a registered charity founded by Amoria Bond in 2009. It embodies the company’s commitment to fulling its purpose of Progressing Lives Everywhere and making a positive contribution to the global community within which it operates.

Primarily funded through contributions made by Amoria Bond and company employees, the Trust supports and facilitates charitable initiatives both internationally and more local communities near to our offices.  We are incredibly proud of the impact the Trust has made; it’s a growing legacy every Amoria Bond employee can be proud of contributing to.

Helping our Communities is one of the key pillars of Amoria Bond’s G.R.O.W.T.H Strategy, committing the business to delivering five charitable initiatives over five years through the Amoria Bond Charitable Trust. We’re delighted to have recently launched the first of five:

Over the month of July, Amoria Bond employees rose to the challenge to collectively run, walk or cycle 7,461 kilometres as a company – the equivalent of travelling around the land border of Peru – and raised money for a Children’s Refuge run by our long term charity partners, Project Peru, which has been hit really hard by the pandemic.

Projects and initiatives we’re supported over recent years


1 - Soup Kitchen

Partnering with local builders we’ve funded and built two soup kitchens in Las Laderas, which provide 100s of meals a week, bring local employment for builders and community workers, and ensure food-security for children and other vulnerable members of the community. More than that, the buildings double as vital community centres supporting local women and children with much needed social health and education services. We also provide long term funding for the utilities to keep the soup kitchens operational.


2 - 101 Houses

In August 2017, a team of volunteer employees travelled to the shanty town of Las Laderas, Peru to complete the final phase of a long-term building initiative housing over 500 extremely marginalised people living on the fringes of society in precarious & insecure conditions.

This was one a number of trips made by employees over the years to Las Laderas, where they worked alongside local builders and members of the community.



Amoria Bond is committed to supporting the communities local to and nearby its offices through charities and initiatives championed by employees.

Beneficiaries have included community youth charities, soup-kitchens, children’s homes and hospitals, such as specialist cancer hospitals, schools, and community sports teams.


Amoria Bond have also pledged 150 employee volunteer days per year to help the Community.