Leverets is committed to having a positive impact on our people, our community, society, and the environment.
We’ve harnessed advances in technology, empowered hybrid working, and encourage our team to work in a way that improves their work-life balance. We also encourage and support every member of our team to undertake pro bono work and use their expertise and talent in ways that make a positive difference to society and themselves.
We champion diversity and inclusion, believing this is the best way to achieve differentiation of service and thinking. Our clients represent a broad spectrum of society, and so must our people if we are to truly understand and represent them to the best of our ability.
We keep our fixed costs low, limit travel, embrace paperless working, operate in ways that reduce our carbon footprint, and consistently reinforce our commitment to having a net positive impact on the environment and society.


2024 is the 50th anniversary of Porchlight; Kent’s largest charity for homeless and vulnerable people.

“We’re here for people who have nowhere to go and no-one to turn to. Some are living on the streets, others need support because they are at risk of losing their home.

We’ve signed up as corporate sponsors of Porchlight in this anniversary year, to spread awareness of this fabulous charity and support the work they are doing in our county.


A project close to the heart of our founder Rupert Butler, a life-long sports nut and Kent Ambassador, F51 creates a uniquely accessible opportunity for more people to benefit from sport and exercise. Operated by The Sports Trust F51 demonstrates a valuable commitment to fun, originality, local people, kindness, and equality – all values the Leverets team hold dear.

As part of our support of F51 we have provided skateboards and helmets, each depicting a pen and ink drawing of a hare by the highly talented artist Lucy Boydell.


Our partnership with Sevenoaks Suns allows the club to continue to build on their pledge that, ‘no child should be denied an opportunity to play because their family is unable to pay’. Our sponsorship is crucial to the Suns’ ability to keep this pledge.

Richard Surrey, Chairman of the Sevenoaks Suns, said: “We are deeply appreciative of the commitment of Leverets to promoting the health and development of young people in Kent. The Suns look forward to working with Leverets to advance our shared goals.”


In 2023 Leverets provided sponsorship to Lifeline Express, in cooperation with British-Ukrainian Aid, as they put on an unforgettable performance of ‘Tosca in Odesa’ raising funds to support women and children who have been victims of the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Scripted and directed by the Rome Film Festival Laureate, Samuel MacFadden…  The result was a moving, eclectic, and vivid “opera meets drama” production exemplifying that culture and spirit are enduring forces that can transcend the darkest times.


As founding partners of the Environmental Business Network, we support the EBN in its mission to help businesses ‘adapt to and benefit from the need for a very different environmental future’.

EBN describes itself as ‘a membership network comprising commercial businesses, public sector organisations, charities and academic institutions committed to collaborating and sharing insight and intelligence so that our members can identify, assess and capitalise upon the commercial opportunities that come with the need to reverse climate change’.


The hare, one of the UK’s most iconic species, is under serious threat. Numbers are thought to have declined by 80% since the late 19th century and it has become a mammal now seldom seen in many parts of the country.
The Hare Preservation Trust works to: 

  • Gain legal protection for hares during the breeding season
  • Raise awareness of threats to hares particularly illegal hunting
  • Supports research into the reason for the hares decline
  • and provide information for the public when they find injured hares