Corporate Social Responsibility

At Marriott Harrison LLP, we endeavour to understand the relationship between our business and the community in which we operate so we can make a positive impact.

At Age UK Camden, older people in our community are at the centre of everything that we do, in delivery of our services and in support of the ‘older person’s voice’. We are delighted and grateful for the ongoing corporate partnership with Marriott Harrison. Over the years Marriott Harrison have supported our services in various practical and caring ways such as the ‘Keep In Touch’ card scheme sending cards and letters to our housebound clients, hosting Gadget Clinics for our Digital Inclusion Project and supporting our monthly information coffee mornings at Tavis House. In addition Marriott Harrison have been instrumental in keeping our Good Neighbour Scheme open by financially supporting it at a time when funding was needed. The Good Neighbour Scheme matches volunteers with those who are housebound, in order to provide companionship, and reduce isolation and loneliness. We look forward to future initiatives and opportunities with Marriott Harrison.

Nikki Morris - Camden Age UK

Key Aims

  • Encourage social inclusion
  • Engage with local community initiatives
  • Support vulnerable groups
  • Develop people and places in our community
  • Promote access to justice
  • Help by doing, not only giving


We work with Age UK Camden, a charity supporting elderly people in the London Borough of Camden.  MH staff are actively engaged in Age UK’s Keeping in Touch and Good Neighbour schemes, gadget workshops and coffee mornings.

We collect food, toiletries and clothing for Friends of Essex and London Homeless, a charity supporting homeless people by providing access to everyday essentials.  A member of the MH team attends the charity’s weekly collection and drop-off sessions near Charing Cross.

Individual members of MH volunteer and raise funds for a number of national and local charities, including Merton Voluntary Association for the Blind, a charity supporting people with visual impairment, and the British Kidney Patient Association.


London Legal Walk, raising funds for the London Legal Support Trust, a charity supporting law centres and legal advice agencies in London and the South East.

MacMillan Coffee Morning, raising funds to help the charity to continue to provide physical, emotional and financial support to cancer sufferers.

Christmas Jumper Day, raising funds for Save the Children, a charity saving children’s lives and fighting for their rights.


Mentoring law students at City Law School, BPP Law School, The College of Law, Manchester University Law School and University of Leicester Law School.

Mentoring teenagers through the charity GRIT (Growing Resilience in Teens), an innovative programme that provides crucial early intervention to support teenagers before they reach a crisis point.

Serving on school governing boards and acting as trustees of social enterprises, including an environmental social enterprise helping inner city children.


Encouraging recycling and the responsible use of resources.

Donating unwanted computer hardware to charitable organisations.