Corporate Responsibility

***H&C 2018 Challenge***

Ed is taking on the Ironman 70.3 Pays d’Aix – Swimming 1.9KM, Cycling 90KM then running 21.2KM


For this event, he has chosen to support two new charities – Refugee Action and the Rainforest Foundation.


We feel passionately about our corporate responsibility and are proud to support charities committed to saving and improving the lives of those less fortunate.

We support our three nominated charities through monthly donations and encourage our staff to raise additional funds through sponsored sporting events, from Marathons to Triathlons!


MOAS (the Migrant Offshore Aid Station) is dedicated to preventing loss of life at sea by providing assistance to migrants who find themselves in distress while crossing the Mediterranean Sea in unsafe vessels.

Equipped with the 40-metre (130 ft) expedition vessel, the Phoenix, two Remote Piloted Aircraft, two RHIBs (rigid-hulled inflatable boats), and a highly experienced team of rescuers and paramedics, MOAS is able to locate, monitor, and assist vessels in distress.

The project is financed by private individuals who believe strongly in mitigating disasters at sea.



“Red Earth Education support the professional development of teachers in rural African schools to improve their self-esteem and teaching skills. We encourage teachers to love their job with the aim of decreasing pupil drop out, increasing school attendance and improving outcomes. Better teaching = better learning.

Classes are frequently very large (as many as 200 to a class) and there are extremely limited teaching and learning resources. Teachers have virtually no access to new ideas about teaching and learning, as there are very rare opportunities for professional development.”



“One in six adults around the world have come through childhood unable to read and write.

In 2008 the Book Bus began delivering books to schools in Zambia and working with children to inspire them to read. Five years on and we have opened reading schemes in Zambia, Malawi, and Ecuador where over 10,000 children now have books that are relevant and accessible to read. We look forward to continuing our reading schemes in 2015 with the aim of reaching a further 10,000 children by 2016.”