During the pandemic we have supported charities of various size, and a range of causes including Health, Food, Elderly, Mental Health and Domestic Violence. We have supported 68 charities and campaigns across Global LSM, including:

LSM UK, Central (Europe) and LM Re offices

  • Temple St Children’s Hospital (Dublin)
  • Age UK (London)
  • The Trussell Trust (London)
  • Mind (London)
  • Hôpitaux de Paris (Paris)
  • Women's shelters – (Zurich and Cologne)
  • Stëmm vun der Strooss (Luxembourg)

LSM West 

  • ANDI
  • CARE
  • Food for Vulnerable Program
  • Bermuda Hotel Association (BHA)

LSM East

  • Studio A
  • Meals on Wheels QLD
  • The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital Coronavirus Action Fund (PPE)
  • Padua College’s face masks initiative
  • National Homeless Collective


children smiling

We have been living our values by making a difference – watch the video to see how LSM has been helping during the COVID-19 pandemic.

LSM Lockdown Support Fund Donations

As part of our ongoing commitment to putting people first, we launched an employee lockdown support fund during the pandemic, which some employees used to donate to charity.

Donation totals:

  • £9025 towards UK charities
  • €14,000 across Europe

Action Medical Research COVID-19 appeal

Our communities

We further supported our London charity partner, Action Medical Research, by donating £10,000 towards their new research project which explores the long-term effects of COVID-19 in children. Our contribution will help to better understand why some children are more vulnerable than others and how the pandemic is affecting children’s mental health, now and in years to come.

Individual COVID-19 support

Our employees have donated their time and effort during the COVID-19 crisis by showing support on an individual level. The stories below demonstrate the remarkable support from some of our employees towards those most vulnerable.

blue face masks

Esther Klesse in our Cologne office used her creative and sewing skills to transform business shirts into protective face masks.