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Charity Support Page

Welcome to our Charity Page

Each year we support a wide variety of local, national and international charities via donation, sponsorship or providing stock for charitable events.  

Below are details of fundraising events held and the fantastic charities Puckator support.


Sport Relief 2018Sport Relief 2018

To help vulnerable people, across the UK and the world, to live happier, healthier and safer lives, our colleague Dan Ardagh is organising a group cycle ride along the Camel Trail in North Cornwall (about 38 miles), riding from Bodmin to Padstow and back (with a possible healthy cream tea pit stop) and raising money online via Sport Relief giving page.


2 years ago he did a solo ride but thought he'd share the fun this year with the rest of the office, so hopefully there will be about 6-10 people from Lowman's taking part in this great initiative.

Help Dan and other colleagues reach the goal of £400 that will transform people's life. Puckator will match fund raised for the event.


Learn more about where your money helps



Sterts Theatre

Sterts is a performing arts theatre, and the home of Moorland Theatre, based in Liskeard very near the Puckator head office and distribution centre. Located in a canopy-covered natural moorland amphitheatre, Sterts offers a unique opportunity to experience drama and musical productions with community involvement in a stunning open-air setting.

Midsummer Dance

The inspiration behind this event has come from a wonderful local lady Marcia Pook.
Raised in Darite, Marcia went school in Liskeard then on to train in Performing Arts in St Austell. She developed her love of dance with the Cornwall Youth Dance company and further training at the Laban Centre London. She was spotted by Cornish based dancers Lois Taylor and Dougie Bruce who at that time were based at Sterts. She worked in national and internally recognised companies and choreographers including with Lois and Dougie in Attik Dance and with Vtol, Angela Woodhouse, Frantic Assembly and Trading Faces. Everyone who met her saw her unique skill and ability to be beautiful, powerful, delicate and funny somehow all in one moment and separately if needed. Marcia lived life to the full and died young.
With support from her husband Chris Kasamias, Arts Council England and the Hall for Cornwall and local wholesaler Puckator we are able to give other experienced and young dancers the opportunity to share their creativity and work with the local community, where Marcia first discovered her passion for performance and dance.

June 2017
Saturday 24th 7.30- 9.30 and Sunday 25th 3 - 4.30 pm


St Luke's

St Luke's Homepage



St Luke’s cares for people of all ages 18 and upwards throughout Sheffield who have terminal illnesses. Their mission is to deliver the best possible palliative and end of life care in Sheffield free of charge, whilst developing and driving continual improvements for everyone affected by terminal illness. As a charity, everything they do is offered completely free of charge and they rely on public support to fund 74% of the overall costs of the vital care.

Every year St Luke’s help more than 1,500 patients and their families and carers - more than 5,000 people in total. At any one time, they are caring for 20 patients in their In Patient Centre. Meanwhile, throughout Sheffield, 17 of St Luke’s community nurses are caring for around 400 patients in their own homes and in care homes – around 1,000 every year. They work constantly with the NHS, local care homes and council departments to further develop exactly the range of care and support services that all people with terminal conditions need and deserve.

We have been cooperating with St Luke over the past years and are happy to participate in 3 different projects in 2018:


Jack’s wing walk on a bi-plane (spring 2018)

Our colleague, designer Jack Evans decided to accept the challenge and experience the thrill of a wing walking ride in aid of St Luke:

Hi everyone!

I will be taking part in a Wing Walk in aid of St Luke's Charity. Puckator are proud to be a part of such an amazing cause that provides the best possible palliative care in Sheffield.
Our aim is to raise £800 so please donate as little or as much as you can to support this charity through my Just Giving page https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jackevanspuckator

Autumn Sponsored walk (October)
Puckator is providing glow sticks and other glow items for traditional Autumn walk. More details on this event coming soon!


St Luke's Festival of Light
This very special event is a celebration and remembrance of the lives of loved ones, allowing people to dedicate a light in memory of people they have lost. Held in the grounds of St Luke's in Sheffield for the past 25 years, they welcome over 1,000 people each year and raise a staggering £50,000 in total for the charity.

Check back here later on for more details on this year's event details & how Puckator is involved.


Fundraise For St Luke's

See what St Luke's do for patients, families and carer


Christmas Jumper Day


At the end of 2017, Lowman office took a part in Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

With the support of people, they change the world for children through innovative work on the ground and campaigning for change on key issues.



- CHILD PROTECTION: Protect children who are in danger, exploited or neglected
- CHILD POVERTY: Bringing hope to those left behind
- CHILDREN'S RIGHTS: Education, protection and survival
- EDUCATION: Fighting to bring quality education to every child


Lowman office raised £55.32 which Puckator matched, so a total of £110.64 was raised as a contribution for 2017 Christmas Jumper Day. 

In total, Save the Children has raised £3,193,934! To see how the donations make a real difference read their latest Children Now magazine.











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