Our supporters: 1. Companies who support us
1. Companies who support us
We are very grateful to the following companies who generously support our work
Bibliotheca is the world’s leading provider of technology solutions to the library market. They have been supporting us since 2009, taking part in a range of activities to not only raise funds to support individuals with dyslexia but to also help create awareness of dyslexia and the effects that it can have on someone’s life.
Staff have taken part in many challenges, including:
- Bupa London 10k
- Rowing the channel
- 3 Peaks in 24 hours
- Cycling the South Downs Way
As well as providing sponsorship for fundraising and awareness materials.
Louisa Parris is a womenswear label which focuses on drape, colour, line and refinement.
The collections feature luxurious materials and are influenced by myriad sources, from abstract art to architecture, illustration, opera, and graphic design.
Louisa Parris has chosen to support Dyslexia Action’s Learning Fund by donating a percentage of each scarf sold from her current and previous collections.
ThinkMarble works extensively with SMEs to create robust defences that keep you ‘cyber safe’, in line with Government initiatives. Our team is made up of highly skilled digital security experts with additional specialisms in regulatory compliance, IT forensics (digital evidence gathering and recovery) & strategy.
Cyber-crime is rising at an alarming rate and it’s SMEs who are most at risk. According to the Home Office, those without effective cyber security measures in place are putting as much as a third of their revenue in jeopardy.
If you don’t want to be a target, it’s time to take action.
For a limited period only get your organisation’s cyber security assessed with a free mini audit.
Our previous supporters
In 2012 KPMG chose Dyslexia Action, working with the National Literacy Trust as Action for Literacy, together with the homelessness charity Shelter, as their National Charities.
The two charities, Action for Literacy and Shelter, with their focus on literacy and homelessness, worked on issues that were at the heart of KPMG’s corporate sustainability strategy. At the end of the partnership KPMG had raised over £1 million for the two charities combined. In addition the firm provided pro bono strategic and business advice, a wide range of skills based volunteering and fundraising activities, which are continuing to help us.