Nash & Co has been working with business and people from around the area for the best part of 100 years; people just like us, who live and work here and who are proud of our wonderful ocean side home.
We care about the people around us and that is why we put as much time, effort and attention into supporting our community as we do; not because we think we need to do it in order to look good, but because we passionately believe in making a contribution. Our community work is nothing more than an extension of our day to day lives.
We support a number of charities each year, but by far the biggest is St Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth. We are headline sponsors for their Neon Midnight Walk each year and we also contribute thousands of pounds every year through other fundraising activities at events such as the Nash Bash, our annual Golf Day and throughout the year with events like bake sales and Festive Fridays during December.
“The support our charity has from the business community is outstanding. Nash & Co Solicitors contribute to St Luke’s throughout the year in such generous ways. Sponsorship of our flagship Midnight Walk event to the Nash Bash and the annual Golf Day – you really go the extra mile. True ambassadors. Thank you.”
-Steve Statham, CEO, St Luke’s Hospice, Plymouth.
We strongly believe in supporting our staff in leading healthier lives through a partnership with Nuffield Health, and by further encouraging them to take part in activities such as the Ocean City Half Marathon, 10k race, the St Luke’s Neon Midnight Walk, and other similar events.
The city of Plymouth, with its strategic position providing access to the Atlantic has played a significant role in the history and development of the world, but it remains a modest city with a big and welcoming heart which beats at the centre of the community and we are proud to be part of this.
We also played a role in helping Plymouth achieve “Plastic Free” accreditation from Surfers Against Sewage. Having already made some big strides regarding waste – recycling increasing dramatically, cutting out all non-essential use of single-use plastic, the use of water coolers and fixed drinking taps in the kitchen, together with the aims that we have for the future – we figured the drive to make Plymouth plastic free, was definitely something that we wanted to be a part of.