Charities We Have Supported

The Bald family pride themselves on helping people in a less fortunate position. They have been at rock bottom and had nothing, because of this they feel very passionate about giving back when they can.

The Bald Family have proudly organised numerous fundraising events for this charity including a charity skydive. They had a target for the skydive of £1500 which was smashed and raised Just over £2000.

Chestnut Tree House is the children’s hospice for East Sussex, West Sussex, Brighton and Hove and South East Hampshire, caring for 300 children and young adults from 0 -19 years of age. The majority of these children will not reach adulthood.

Brad and Sam feel it is so important to work with charities like this to help raise money for children and young adults. The money continually raised helps them enjoy every moment with their families’ making memories and to give them the proper time to say goodbye.

The Bald Family set out to help people who had unfortunately been moved out of their homes due to violent relationships. With no belongings they felt that by raising money would help them with some items to keep them going.

They came up with an idea that for every person who donated a £1 or more they would do a personal shoutout across all social media channels. This was an overwhelming success and the generosity from their following helped them smash their target of £250 and the final total raised was £522. The money was used to buy personal travel bags which they filled with blankets, toiletries and children’s items.

The Bald Family couldn’t have been prouder to of helped this charity. When Brad and Sam heard the tragic story of Connor, they wanted everyone to get involved in raising a large amount of money for such an important cause. They were part of a team that raised a staggering £5000 for two defibrillator machines for this foundation.

Connor was on a night out with his friends when he was hit in an unprovoked attack and with just one punch, Connor was taken from his family. In that one senseless attack, their worlds and hearts were shattered.

His family took the lead from Connor to create this foundation, ensuring his legacy continued to keep caring for people and to keep his spirit and character alive the way he did through this charity. The foundation helps raise awareness on the impacts of violence and helps promote peace, using hands rather than hurt.

The work of this foundation ensures that his light burns bright and his work continues to this day, it was an honour for Brad and Sam to help at the early stages of this foundation.

Brad and Sam had an idea of turning rubbish into items they could sell, which would help raise money for this local charity. They worked their magic on a number of items which usually would be thrown away. They documented every item they had brought to life on all social media channels.

These included an old traffic cone which they turned into a light, they also got creative with an old cable drum making it into a personalised Bald Builders gold table on wheels. Through a mini auction to family, friends and their social following enough money was raised to buy 10 sleeping bags for our local homeless shelter.

During the pandemic a lot of families struggled for no fault of their own, so Brad and Sam felt they would help. They raised an outstanding £1000 for the local food bank by holding a penalty shootout between Bald Family Members.

With the kind gestures of their sponsors ITS, CT1 and FIX Radio they were able to raise this large sum of money. They then went shopping at the local Lidl to buy daily essentials used by underprivileged families. Brad, Sam and Rhi presented this massive food hamper to the local food bank.

The Bald Builders Local Community Help

Burger And Book Day

The whole Bald Family decided that in a global pandemic it was only right to give something back to the local community. This was at a time where Boris Johnson stopped the free meals to children from low-income households.

Inspired by Marcus Rashford’s campaign, they felt we would step in to help local families.

Due to the overwhelming publicity the event received, Brad and Sam were invited on Sky News to explain what their plans were. 250 parents contacted the boys so it was organised by the Bald Family to hand deliver free burgers to each household.

The burgers were cooked from their very own Bald Kitchen burger wagon. In total they gave away 250 burgers and 250 children’s cartoons books from The Bald Family book range. This gave them an overwhelming sense of achievement and satisfaction knowing they had helped so many people. Brad and Sam benefited from free school meals as children, without them they may not have eaten, so this was an important and memorable day for all involved.

Christmas Grotto

The Bald Family decided to spread Christmas cheer in a global pandemic over the festive period. It had been very gloomy year for everyone, a lot of families were struggling to make ends meet and not much to celebrate.

The Bald Family wanted to give something back and a plan was carefully devised to create Santa’s grotto on a truck. They wanted to make Christmas as magical and special as it could be for everyone.

After being let down by two different locations at the last minute, the boys pulled it off and found a venue as they couldn’t let the children down. The night was an overwhelming success and The Bald Family gave out hundreds of toys to children and made it a Christmas to remember.

Brad and Rhi were Mr and Mrs Claus and the rest of The Bald family dressed up as elves, the Christmas spirit was amazing. This event brought so much joy, happiness and fun to everyone that attended.

Due to the success of the event the Bald Family were interviewed live on ITV News and congratulated for their amazing efforts on pulling the event off during such a hard time.

Cheerleading – Outlaw Allstars

Brad and Sam and the rest of The Bald Family members helped this local cheerleading company by raising funds for their new cheer uniforms. The Outlaw Allstars had an ever-growing squad and dated uniform and were a local non-profit children’s organisation.

The boys devised a plan to get busy and raise some money for the team. A raffle was organised and with help from there amazing social following an impressive £1000 was raised.

This enabled the Outlaw Allstars to reach their target. Brad and Sam presented the ecstatic young team with the cheque and attempted a few tumbles themselves.