Every year Analox Sensor Technology is proud to support two charities, as well as help its staff and the local community with a number of appeals.
Having worked for several years with military clients, Analox donates annually to the Help for Heroes campaign. This charity was founded in 2007 to help wounded servicemen and women returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, and on its third anniversary has announced that it has raised £70 million to date.
Online donations for H4H are accepted through the Analox Bmycharity account.
Analox is also supporting the Great North Air Ambulance, a vital regional service which is dependent totally on charitable giving. It provides an air ambulance service for Cumbria, Northumberland, Durham and the surrounding areas.
Analox Sensor Technology – North American Division also supports two charities, one local to Southern California and one international.
Analox supports University of Southern California’s Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber – an emergency medical facility for the treatment of scuba diving accidents. This facility, which is staffed 24 hours a day, relies on charitable donations for half its annual operating funds.
Analox also donates to the International Association for Handicapped Divers (IAHD). IAHD is a global non-profit making organization which offers adaptive scuba training to enable the physically disabled to participate in the sport.
Additionally, Analox has created a fund to support the local community. It donates through sponsoring staff member’s children participating in events at their school or club, or by responding to appeals from local organisations. Analox also backs staff members fundraising through their own efforts.
2010 staff sponsorship includes: