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Highland Carbon won the 'Green Business of the Year' award with the Doncaster Chamber of Commerce in 2023 having been the runner-up in 2022.  Highland Carbon was also a finalist for the 'South Yorkshire Sustainability Award' in 2023.  

The community impacts of Highland Carbon have been recognised by the Doncaster Chamber of Commerce which has shortlisted the business for a 'People's Choice Award' in 2023.  So doing recognises the work of its founder, Richard Clarke.

Past Fundraising by Richard Clarke, Founder of Highland Carbon

1.    Surgical Provision in Coastal Africa, Mercy Ships

2.    Bransby Home for Horses

3.    National Holocaust Centre & Museum

4.    Brainwave (special needs children's charity)

5.    Lincoln Cathedral, restoration appeal

6.    Lincoln Cathedral, music appeal

7.    Tickhill St Mary's Church, restoration appeal

8.    The Woodland Trust

9.    The Nature Conservancy

10.  College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University

Previous Charities and Causes Supported by Highland Carbon

1.    Fuel Change (Apprentice Project), Net Zero Accelerator Scotland

2.    Highlands Outdoor & Wilderness Learning (HOWL)

3.    Doncaster Businesses for the Community

4.    Cancer Treatment for Autumn

5.    Cash for Kids, Hallam FM

6.    MacMillan Cancer Relief

7.    East Kent Hospital Charity

8.    Holocaust Education Trust

9.    MENCAP

Current Charities and Causes Supported by Highland Carbon

1.    Tickhill Hedgehog Rescue

2.    Tickhill Community Connections

3.    DARTs, Doncaster's Participatory Arts Programme 

4.    Edible Forest Garden, Traquair House Charitable Trust

5.    Emiel's Memorial Food Forest, Talladh-a-Bheithe Estate

6.    Floral Rewilding, Rothiemurchus Estate

7.    Owl Boxes, Nottinghamshire Ringers

8.    Beyond Borders Festival, Scotland

9.    The Sleep Charity

10.  Windy Ridge Bird Rescue

11.  Stand Up to Cancer

12.  Breast Cancer Now

Examples of the causes we have supported can be seen in the drop down menu.

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