Supporting The Community Beyond Finance

Our business aims to provide the very highest standards of advice to clients in order that they may create financial health for themselves, their businesses, their families and future generations.

We pride ourselves on providing our employees with a healthy and supportive culture based on trust and respect. But we don’t stop there.

We believe we have a duty to support wellbeing in the wider community,
and it is not enough to give a one off donation; we give our time too.

View our charities and community events:

David Hawes-Gatt’s keenness for golf combines with his support for DEBRA; the charity that works for people who have the debilitating condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). David is a member of DEBRA’s appeals committee and was captain of the DEBRA Golf Society in 2014 and 2015, which raised around £275,000 in that time.

Click here to read about how Sir Michael Fallon Congratulates Chevening Financial, the UK’s first Small Business Big Heart Winner.

To learn more about this organisation that Chevening are honoured to work with please do not hesitate to visit their website.

You can also find more out about their events schedule by clicking here to download their events brochure.

Chevening Financial Ltd commit to helping the Kent charity IMAGO every Thursday throughout the year, with our founding Director, David Hawes-Gatt, collecting pensioners from the local community and taking them to a local supermarket to get their shopping. The pensioners know they have someone to carry their shopping and they really enjoy the chance that they get to chat together en route and in the café over a cup of tea afterwards.

To learn more about this organisation that Chevening are honored to work with please do not hesitate to visit their website.

A Tea Dance sponsored by Chevening Financial was held on 27th April 2018 to celebrate the opening of Care UK’s Weald Height’s (Sevenoaks) Nursing Wing.  Chevening’s resident ball room dancing expert Jayne Carroll (former British Champion – Amateur Formation & Qualified Professional Dance Teacher) led residents, staff and guests in a fun few hours of dancing, singing and fun activity.   Chevening Director – David Hawes-Gatt who heads up the company’s outreach to build good, supportive relationships with the local community is pictured here, helping to cut the ribbon, with Amelia Moore, Weald Heights Customer Relations Manager, and former Sevenoaks Mayor,Councillor Andrew Eyre.

To watch a video taken at the Tea Dance, please click here.