Corporate Responsibility

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



We are proud to support charities committed to saving and improving the lives of those less fortunate.

We support our nominated charities through monthly giving and encourage our clients and staff to do the same. We have also been known to raise additional funds through sponsored sporting events, from Marathons to Triathlons!

“Forests are vital for life, home to millions of species, they protect soil from erosion, produce oxygen, store carbon dioxide, and help control climate. Forests are also vital for us to live as they provide us with food, shelter and medicines as well as many other useful things. They also purify the air we breathe and water that we need to survive. Deforestation by humans is causing all of these necessary functions to be lessened, and hence damaging the atmosphere even further.

Together, we will plant 1 BILLION trees around the World in the most needed areas, building global awareness and consciousness on deforestation, driving people to help and share what they do in order to inspire to help everyday.


“At The Bike Project, we take second-hand bikes, fix them up and donate them to refugees and asylum-seekers.

We think London is a great city, bursting with opportunities – but it’s also expensive. Especially when you’re a refugee trying to navigate the complex asylum process on just £36 a week. At The Bike Project, we believe that no one should have to choose between eating a square meal and catching the bus. That’s why we do bikes.”


“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.”


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