Corporate Social Responsibility

As a firm, Aqua has always sought to make a difference to those who do not have our advantages. Our people are socially minded and make an effort to connect in the communities that they live and work in, and are empowered to make a real difference to causes they believe in, locally and overseas, both financially and in giving of their time:

(a) we seek, where we travel, to do so in a way that is carbon neutral;

(b) our team supports several initiatives around going green - planting trees and reusing and rehoming stationary and office furniture.













  • Callum Culf

    "I sponsor a young boy in Guatemala through a charity called "Education for the Children". They run a school and housing facility for orphan, street and impoverished children in Guatemala. I cover his monthly costs which include his food, education, school supplies, healthcare and basic living necessities. He is currently in the 3rd grade and lives in a place called San Felipe with his Mother and siblings in severe poverty. 

    I have also travelled out to the Middle East to see the families Aqua support under the 'Adopt a Family' project.  This was life changing that so little can mean so much".

    Lydia Wilding

    "I enjoyed helping to organise the "Adopt a Family Project", which is an Aqua initiative to support specific families that are refugees of the conflicts in Syria and other neighbouring countries. The Aqua Staff all signed up to adopt one of the needy families and connect with them on a personal basis to add encouragement and personalise their efforts. This initiative is focused on providing sustainable and long term support of specific families to cover costs of basic needs such as rent and food, as well as educational support and school fees to the children of the refugee families who are eager and determined to excel in their studies in spite of their challenging circumstances.

    Aqua is working with a local registered organisation to ensure that the families receive the food and assistance as quickly as possible and in a way that will benefit them depending on each situation. While the Adopt a Family Initiative is a small start and the need is very large, Aqua believes in doing what it can to reach out and make a difference to one family at a time."

    Helen Hooper

    "Since April 2013 I have sponsored a young girl called Katerin from Peru through Compassion, an organisation which supports children living in poverty.  Katerin lives in the mountain village of Puerto Ciruelo with her Mum and Sister in severe poverty. My monthly donations cover her education and school supplies, food, healthcare and basic essentials.  Katerin is now a teenager and through donations and support she is progressing well in both her studies and personal life.  It means so much to know that by donating a little that this means so much".

  • Tim Nelson

    "I sit on the Audit & Risk Committee at the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust (now known as Jersey Zoo) and I am part of the Residents Committee overseeing the communal areas servicing 56 residential properties."

  • Julie Lagadu

    "Throughout the year the Aqua team participates in social events that support the causes we are passionate about. We organised the "Wear Yellow" day to raise funds for Hospice care. Many of the team stood outside of the office serving coffee and cake to members of the public to raise funds for the MacMillan Cancer Centre. The results were rewarding and we were able to make a substantial donation for Cancer research and care from the proceeds."
  • Sarah Mullins

    "I enjoy sports and play hockey on the local team. Our kids participate in football and Gym activities with school and I support the school and community by participating in fund raising for the teams, sponsored walks and trips away with the sports clubs whenever possible. The kids get involved in our community by helping to pack bags at the local M&S and help sell raffle tickets at events and made cakes for some of the fun days to sell.

    We are members of Durrell (Jersey Zoo) which is all about animal conservation and is something we love.  Recently Aqua has been approached to support an 'Around the Island' walk and we have agreed to sponsor this".

    Lindsay Barraclough

    At the Aqua office we have a "dress down day" every Friday and the funds collected from the staff goes towards the various charities that we support in the community. I'm a firm believer in "every bit counts" and I think it is a great way to get everyone involved and outward focused on the needs of the others in our communities.  We also work with Jersey Hospice and Jersey Heritage to give some of our profits back to support those really in need at a difficult time and to preserve the fantastic cultural resources we have in Jersey.

    Aqua is working with a local registered organisation to ensure that the families receive the food and assistance as quickly as possible and in a way that will benefit them depending on each situation. While the Adopt a Family Initiative is a small start and the need is very large, Aqua believes in doing what it can to reach out and make a difference to one family at a time."

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