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Funders and sponsors
The CRRU is dependent on the support of many contributors. We gratefully acknowledge the generous financial and material support from the following groups, organisations and companies to whom we are greatly thankful:
An international wildlife charity working with compassion to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and encourage everyone to treat all individual animal's with respect. Born Free believes wildlife belongs in the wild and is dedicated to the conservation of rare species in their natural habitat, and the phasing out of traditional zoos.
The Postcode Local Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. See: www.postcodelottery.co.uk
Established for over 30 years as a dedicated Yamaha dealer, Yampower are also the sole dealership for Humber RIBS and inflatables in Scotland.
Established for over 50 years now, Humber were one of the first companies to design, develop and produce rigid inflatable boats for the world-wide RIB market and is the UK's leading RIB manufacturer with over 12,000 craft built to date.
Based in East Sussex, TMD are an elite Land Rover specialist. In addition to bespoke builds, upgrades and engine tuning, they offer full servicing and an online shop, stocking perhaps the largest selection of Land Rover customisation parts in the UK.
Suppling premier outboard engines.
With 22 stores and hundreds of stockists across the UK & Ireland, Indespension are the UK's National Trailer Company.
A UK founded ethical cosmetic company, producing soaps, shampoos, shower gels, lotions, moisturizers, scrubs, masks and other cosmetics for the face, hair and body using vegetarian recipes. Lush are against animal testing and are keen supporters of animal rights and welfare organisations.
With over 50 years experience in the design and manufacturing of the most technically advanced radio products in the world, Icom has earned a reputation for quality, innovation and high performance.
The worldwide market-leader in marine, offshore, defence and aerospace survival technology.
Specialising in hand-made helmets designed for marine safety organisations and the water sports market.
The Zhik brand has a very strong presence with the elite athletes in sail racing and provides a range of wet weather gear for racing sports boats and offshore yachting.
Manufacturers of high-quality waterproof marine stereo systems, amplifiers, speakers, subwoofers and AV accessories.
Sea-Changers raises thousands of pounds for marine conservation in the UK and abroad. Their vision is to create a world where the seas and shores are clean and healthy and marine species are protected.
Funding Environmental, Conservation and Community Renewable Energy projects throughout the UK.
Makes grants to organisation supporting the environment/conservation/heritage/culture/science
Maclay Murray & Spens Charitable Trust, set up in memory of Mr Ronald Miller of Motherwell Bridge Engineering to reflect his special interest in animals. Provides annual support for the CRRU.
A world leading provider of professional information and online workflow solutions in the Science, Medical, Legal, Risk Information and Analytics, and Business sectors, Reed is a company who's corporate responsibility underpins its business and is committed to high standards of ethical behaviour and working collaboratively to minimise its environmental footprint.
Founded in 2004, Common Thread is a company committed to excellence and seriously improving opportunities for children in the care system.
Helping communities, building partnerships, and changing lives has been the focus of the Alcoa Foundation for more than half a century.
The work of the CRRU would not be able to continue if it were not for the support and encouragement given by these sponsors. A sincere thank you to all of the above for their thoughtful and valuable support for the research, rescue, education and conservation efforts of the charity.