Corporate Social Responsibility

The strength of our company lies in the success and sustainability of the markets in which we operate. Ashburton Investments is, therefore, deeply committed to supporting community activities in the regions, countries and continents in where we operate. As an investment manager with a long-term focus, we believe categorically that the future is worth protecting. As such, our strategic international giving reflects the concerns of the island of Jersey and the community we call home, as well as the sustainable focus of our clients. 


National Trust for Jersey

The National Trust for Jersey is dedicated to protecting and preserving Jersey’s natural beauty and historic places, both for today and for the benefit of future generations. Since 2008 Ashburton Investments (International) has been a proud supporter of the National Trust for Jersey. In 2019 we sponsored the Trust’s Christmas garden installation at one of Jersey’s most historic Georgian House properties,16 New Street, St Helier. To help the Trust attract even more spectators, we sponsored four late night shopping events at the Georgian House’s pop-up Christmas shop, enabling tourists and islanders to visit the house outside of its normal hours.

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Save The Coastline Campaign

Ashburton Investments continues to support the National Trust for Jersey’s coastline campaign – Save the Coastline, by donating funds to help raise the profile of the campaign. ‘Save the Coastline’ aims to protect the island for future generations by safeguarding Jersey’s coastal landscape by permanently protecting an additional 1,000 acres of unspoiled coastline by 2036, either through acquisition or protective agreements.

Over the past decade, Ashburton Investments has have helped raise more than £80,000 for the coastline campaign, through the sponsorship of the National Trust for Jersey’s annual Sunset Concerts, which raised funds to support the Save the Coastline campaign.

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