Built on the strong principles of Henry Smith, we're committed to growing sustainable communities, rather than just buildings. We design and build energy efficient and low carbon footprint homes. From choosing a site to getting our shovels dirty, we are conscious to make a lasting positive impact on the environment and local community.
We're hugely passionate about giving back to the community, that's why our team fundraise for various charities.
We are The Wickers - a charity supporting six to eighteen-year olds in Hackney. We aim to reduce gang related crime in East London by providing positive role models, learning opportunities, recreational activities and educational workshops. Our ambition is to enhance young people’s sense of self-worth and demonstrate they can lead a more meaningful life.
We offer a range of classes and workshops from our community hub in Hackney Wick. To date, we’ve held workshops on the dangers of gang crime, hosted inspirational speakers, as well as running graphic design and music production classes. We aim to host any classes that help young people to achieve their own individual learning plans.
There's so much going on with The Wickers, be it charity football matches, a drop in from the Mayor of London or loads of workshops. Take a look!
There is a great team that drives The Wickers forward every day doing fantastic work. See who they are over on the site.
We'd love to hear from you if you're keen to get involved. Please send a message and let's chat!
Aitch Group's Founder, Henry Smith, conquered the South Pole in aid of The Wickers Charity.
Aitch Group Gala event for “Care for Casualties” and “The Warrior Programme”.
The Directors and Land team at Aitch Group sleighed their own teams of huskies 250km from Norway to Sweden through untouched nature. All monies raised went to The Rhys Daniels Trust.
Aitch Group founder Henry Smith has completed an incredible expedition to the North Pole and raised £43,667 for Teens Unite Fighting Cancer.
A charity dedicated to improving the lives of young people aged 13-24, with cancer and other life limiting ilnesses.
A team from Aitch Group entered the Prudential London-Surrey 100 in 2016 to support our Breast Cancer Trials Work.
Aitch raised £1,200 towards a final total of an incredible £43,294.18 for Noah's Ark Children's Hospice by attending their Golf Day in 2016 at Dyrham Park Country Club.
A Hackney football club engaging local youths through football, aiming to lead young people away from the dangers of gang culture and violence.
The Big House works with young people who have been through the care system and are finding life difficult.