The company’s UK nominated charity is Young Lives vs Cancer
(previously CLIC Sargent). It supports children and young people with cancer. Since our partnership began in 2002, Wetherspoon has raised over £20 million for the charity. This achievement is thanks to the generosity and commitment of our customers and employees.
In 2015, Wetherspoon nominated LauraLynn as its supported charity in the Republic of Ireland. The charity provides palliative and supportive care services to meet the needs of children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
Our pubs support the Royal British Legion The Royal British Legion’s poppy appeal, selling poppies and raising around £25,000 a year
In addition, pubs also fundraise and donate to local and other charities and organisations, including the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
For more information on our charity partnerships, click here.
We receive a large number of requests for donations and sponsorship for very worthy causes. Although we would like to help, we are unable to support every request received.
Our nominated company charities are Young Lives vs Cancer
(previously CLIC Sargent) in the UK and LauraLynn
in the Republic of Ireland.
Some pubs also support a local charity – if you would like to be considered, contact the pub team directly. Direct collections from customers are not permitted.
We support over 350 brewers of all sizes, across the UK and Ireland, so that our customers can enjoy a diverse range of real ales. We aim for every pub to have at least four ales available, at all times, including those sourced locally.
We support the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) by being part of their voucher scheme, whose members receive £30 worth of discount vouchers to redeem at Wetherspoon’s pubs throughout the year.
More information (including terms and conditions) is available on the CAMRA website.