Exodus is an original activity and adventure holiday company specialising in walking, cycling, winter activities, photographic and wildlife holidays.
Sara Hunt, founder and CEO, was an ex-employee of Exodus Travels. After Sara decided to start ALD Life, Exodus Travels generously decided to become one of our corporate supporters.
Exodus Travels started to support the charity by sponsoring families to attend our Get Together Family Weekend. Exodus Travels have additionally allowed staff to take part in challenge events, organised several fundraising events and donated goods to our charity shops. In 2011, they donated £2 from every flight booked to Turkey. In 2012 and 2013, they donated a FREE holiday for two for our Christmas raffle.
DG3 is a leading global provider of print and communications services.
DG3 have supported the charity by providing FREE print and communication solutions including designing and printing our wonderful charity posters and leaflets and creating adverts in newspapers and magazines.
Network London is a service-focused IT company that was created by Lee Smith in 2008.
Network London provides FREE website hosting for ALD Life and other IT solutions such as business email. Lee Smith has also in the past nominated the charity to receive donations from several charity dinner events.
South London Press
South London Press is an independent family-owned newspaper, publishing weekly newspapers, supplements and magazines.
Close To Water
Close To Water is an energetic creative agency, specialising in cross-platform branding, websites and engagement – delivering engaging communication pieces both on and off line.
Close To Water designed our new website and practical information leaflets to help us reach and engage more people and raise awareness of ALD, providing the charity much cheaper rates than their usual clients.
Yogamatters sells everything yoga-related that you could possibly wish for. They’re based in North London, but able to ship to almost anywhere in the world.
Yoga Matters have supported the charity by regularly recycling their old unwanted ink and toner cartridges to provide much needed extra cash to the charity.
Everything Everywhere is the largest mobile network operator in the UK.
Mark Bostock, our chair, is an employee of Everyday Everywhere. In the past, he has organised several fundraising events at work, including a Beards in Spring fundraiser and Charity Ball – helping the charity raise thousands of pounds every year.