We are incredibly thankful to each one of the businesses that decide to support the Trust. Volunteering, fundraising and awareness raising are all vital for us to continue to provide care to our service users.

Here are just some of this year's supporters - if your business would like to support us, please contact Fundraising@thedtgroup.orgor call 01444 237254


Cisco are a multinational technology company that develops, manufactures and sells networking hardware and telecommunications software. Cisco have been part of our corporate volunteering programme for many years and have supported our services across the UK. They very generously offer a donation for each visit, which is able to be put back into the service for additional activities and trips for service users.


JMW are a full service law firm based in Manchester. The team raised over £1500 doing the Three Peaks challenge in 2018 and are keen supporters of Osman House, our continuing rehabilitation service for people with an acquired brain injury in Leeds. They have helped with gardening and ensuring the unit looks and feels great for the service users.

Michell Instruments

There must be a theme because Michell Instruments, who specialise in environmental and machine testing, also took on Tough Mudder to raise funds for their local service, Fen House.

Whitley Bay Golf Course and Silbury Skoda

Whitley Bay Golf Club and Silbury Skoda support Jane Percy House, our service in Cramlington, as the two headline sponsors of the service's annual Golf Day fundraiser.

Bolt Burdon Kemp

Deepti and Tom from law firm Bolt Burdon Kemp ran a half marathon to support Thomas Edward Mitton House, and Deepti now volunteers regularly which is invaluable to the service.

Minster Law

Leeds-based law firm Minster support Daniel Yorath House, our brain injury rehabilitation centre in Leeds, by helping in the garden and painting the perimeter fence. It is now a lovely shade of blue and looks really bright and colourful.

Enable Therapy Services

Enable Therapy Services are a case management company who support our services in Leeds, they have generously donated £1000 towards activities and trips for the service users.


Planday create rota software. They supported The Maples, our autism service in Reading, by clearing and organising the gardens for the service users to enjoy over summer. They did a tremendous job!

Ely Hero Awards

Chosen as their charity to support at the 2019 awards, the Ely Hero Awards raised over £1300 towards outdoor gym equipment for Fen House. There was a wonderful presentation evening where staff where able to showcase the amazing care that goes into each of our service users rehabilitation. We hope to continue this relationship by partnering with them for charity of the year.


MRM London are a communications and reputation management consultancy, who took on the mighty Tough Mudder for us after a staff member's parent received rehabilitation at one of our brain injury services.
It was a difficult challenge but the team made it through - if a little wet and muddy at the end!


Quills are an office supplies company who have been supporting our brain injury services for a number of years by collecting old toner cartridges and recycling them for a donation. So far to date, they've raised £3,779.40.

DS Smith

Packaging company DS Smith's Ely branch supported us at their Open Day, donating all monies raised from their tombola and raffle to Fen House, Ely. Local support like this is really valuable to our services.

Lloyds Banking Group

Lloyds Banking Group plc committed to helping 5 services across the UK in partnership with us over the summer. It forms part of their volunteering programme, where colleagues are invited to use at least one working day, or eight hours, a year helping support their local community.


Huge thanks to Claims.co.uk who have donated £3,595 towards our services. Claims.co.uk provides free, easy to understand information for anyone who has suffered a personal injury. MD John Quail said "We look forward to helping out the Disabilities Trust again in the future, and supporting more of their great projects!"