Societal impact 

MHA Moore and Smalley is guided by its purpose and values, we strive to support local communities and are committed to contributing to a sustainable society.

This is the decade for action. We are determined to focus on our roadmap, to learn more about ourselves and how we can change for the greater good, and hold ourselves accountable to those that matter. 

Building a sustainable and responsible firm is of utmost importance to all those at MHA. There is so much for society to do, and we are determined to focus on the role we can play and how we can make the greatest difference. 

MHA Moore and Smalley giving back

This year we have made the decision to donate £1000 to a charity in lieu of having Christmas trees in all our offices. We donated to nationwide charity, Cash for Kids. 

Over the past five years, we have donated Christmas selection boxes for Southport charity, Home-Start. This year our team worked together to donate 80 selection boxes which will help support struggling families with young children. 

We donated 25 desktop computers to St Bede’s Academy in Bolton to be repurposed within their school. We are proud to support such a wonderful cause and to make a difference to the community.

We have become a founding investor of Lancashire Investors in Community which is designed to make an impactful and sustainable difference to those most in need. We will donate funds and equipment to benefit the next generation within the county.

AW Bike

Our consultant, Andy Webster, completed a 150 mile bike ride over three days, up the coast of West Wales and across North Wales, raising over £3500 for Ukraine Charities.

We are proud to have worked alongside Nybble and Lancashire Investors in Community, and donated 30 laptops that will be repurposed for people suffering hardship across Lancashire. The initiative is designed to make an impactful and sustainable difference to those in need.


The MHA Moore and Smalley Palace Shield Player of the month is Imran Mehmood of Preston. Partner, Dave Walker, is seen presenting Imran with an Amazon voucher.


We hosted a series of internal training sessions and a panel discussion focusing on how we can all help to  #BreakTheBias for International Woman’s Day, and create an inclusive culture for everyone across our global network to flourish. 

We donated 350 Easter eggs to the Salvation Army to be distributed locally with food parcels during Easter.