Our corporate partners
We are extremely proud to partner with Alan Chambers and Wayne Hoyle, the Extreme Leaders, who are true Ambassadors to The Lewis Moody Foundation. Polar Explorer Alan and Former Royal Marine, Wayne have led every one of The Foundations series of bespoke challenges, providing inspiring and dedicated leadership. They have supported The Foundation from the outset and have been instrumental in developing a series of successful fundraising challenges over the years.
Both Wayne and Alan have gifted The Foundation a huge amount of their time, energy and expertise to help design and lead the challenges and we are extremely grateful for their commitment and support.
“The challenge was immense, Wayne, Al, Lew and the team put together a challenge that tested everyone; physically, mentally and spiritually at different times over the course of the 6 days. The leadership of Wayne, Al and, of course Lewis was truly inspiring.”
– headwest team member
The Superyacht broker company Y.CO have been an invaluable partner to The Lewis Moody Foundation right from the beginning. Co-Founders Charlie Birkett and Gary Wright have been supporting us since the Foundation’s inception in 2014 and have shown their commitment to the fight against brain tumours again and again.
The Y.CO team has consistently invested time, effort and money with us, and has been a huge driving force behind many of our charity challenges. It initiated headnorth, the trek to the North Pole that became the Foundation’s first-ever challenge event. Y.CO then became our corporate partner for the entire headsup series – plus the bespoke Mega-Tri challenge.
Charlie and Gary have supported The Foundation in so many ways – whether covering costs for events, providing meeting space or helping us create the materials that bring each challenge to life. Quite simply, without their unwavering support and dedication, our challenges wouldn’t have taken place and The Foundation wouldn’t have raised more than £1.3m for The Brain Tumour Charity so far.
We’re incredibly grateful for their help and look forward to working with them to tackle brain tumours together.
Our brand new supporters for 2020, Myzone are supporting The Foundation by helping us launch our exciting new virtual event, The Myzone Fitness Challenge! Using their innovative technology to bring our community together through exercise, in the shared goal of helping those most vulnerable, they are donating access to their Myzone platform in an exciting new challenge!
Their support and expertise in the field and passion to help us connect people through excerise, is invaluable and we simply could not have created our virtual challenge without them. By providing their support and assetts completely free of charge, Myzone are ensuring that all of the money raised through The Myzone Fitness Challenge can go towards funding our vital support services for those most vulnerable within our community.
“Having a family member suffer from a brain tumour, I’ve seen close up and personal the impact this has on everyone connected and I am happy to support Lewis and his Foundation to raise money for such a worthy cause. If through the use of Myzone we can encourage people to be both physically, emotionally and socially strengthened that it is a “try” for all parties concerned”- Dave Wright Creator and CEO of Myzone
We are so thankful to be supported by them this year and know that together we can continue to #TackleBrainTumours during this difficult time. Thank you!
Our partnership with Bose shows just how important chance meetings can be. The company’s Strategic Business Manager for the UK, Chris Martin, happened to be seated next to Lewis Moody at an event, got chatting about the Foundation and the rest is history…
Chris and Bose have consistently shown their passion for making a difference to people living with brain tumours. The first thing they did for the Foundation was to get hold of two tickets the British Grand Prix to be used as a prize. The tickets formed part of a truly remarkable Grand Prix day for The Brain Tumour Charity support and massive Formula 1 fan Alan, who was able to enjoy an unforgettable experience.
Thanks to Chris, Bose also became a partner of the Mega-Tri in 2019 – donating items and covering the costs of the challenge itself so that every penny raised by participants went to the projects The Foundation funds. They have supported other events as well, such as The Foundation Ball, providing us with plenty of amazing prizes for auctions and products for people living with brain tumours.
We’re proud to welcome the support of Chris and Bose – and look forward to working on plenty of future projects together.
Mulberry’s introduction to The Brain Tumour Charity and The Lewis Moody Foundation arrived in sad circumstances. In 2018, the company’s Founder, Chris Klopper, sadly lost his brave fight against a brain tumour. And, as a tribute to Chris, Mulberry chose The Brain Tumour Charity to be its official Charity Partner.
The Mulberry team is keen to support The Charity’s work in Chris’s memory, which has led to them taking on a range of projects – including the overhaul of The Lewis Moody Foundation website. The Foundation had recently undergone a rebrand, and the Mulberry team jumped at the chance to help us reach more people and share our mission.
Their willingness and drive to support The Brain Tumour Charity and The Foundation means they’re more than happy to offer their knowledge and expertise on other projects we need help or advice on. In addition to the hard work helping us to promote our cause, Mulberry also holds an Annual Fundraiser in all its offices around the world, with this year’s already arranged to be in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity and will also be taking up a team at The Foundation’s Clay Pigeon Flush in 2020.
Steers McGillan Eves and their talented Director, Chloe Steers, have been supporting The Foundation since the beginning. Chloe has donated her time pro bono over the years to support The Foundation with the design of various printed items and collateral. From designing our black tie Gala Dinner programmes to promotional flyers for some of our unique challenges, Chloe’s eye for design and detail has saved The Foundation a huge amount in agency and design fees.
Steers McGillan Eves have also sponsored Annie on her Kilimanjaro North Face challenge, and their Director Richard Steers is poised to take on the Mega-Tri in 2021.
Chloe and Steers McGillan Eves are an incredible asset to The Foundation and it is a huge help to have someone so talented on hand to turn around design items often in a very short amount of time. Thank you for all your support and for helping to #tacklebraintumours
The wonderful team led by James Wilkins at We Are Vista took on the re-brand for The Foundation which launched in 2019 completely pro-bono. From holding jolt sessions, to exploring the name, look and feel of The Foundation, their Creative and Strategy Teams undertook the re-brand with great relish. We were thrilled with the way they built a brand to reflect the true nature and personality of The Foundation and have really brought it to life. We could not have done this without the time put in by the talented and passionate team at We Are Vista. Thank you so much team #wecanyoucan
Bremont has supported every one of the Foundation’s Balls through the donation of a completely bespoke auction prize. It has also donated items for other events and most recently sponsored some of the team taking on our headsouth challenge! The wonderful Claire Priddy from Bremont has been a fantastic supporter and has also completed The Twilight Walk for The Foundation.
Pol Roger has generously supported the Foundation since our first Ball in 2015. It has provided many bottles of their luxurious champagne for guests – as well as some outstanding prizes for the auctions.
“The challenge was an amazing opportunity to truly get out of my comfort zone, meet some wild and wonderful new friends and to raise essential funds for The Foundation’s vital work.”
Kevan Walsh, Mega-Tri team member
“A massive thank you for yesterday, for all your support and encouragement, hospitality and the massage, which my legs were very thankful for. You did an amazing job. I was proud and honoured to be part of such an awesome team, thank you!”
Kay Davis, Bath Half Marathon runner
“I will take a great deal from the challenge and know that I will be an even better leader and mentor in my business and a better person in my home and personal life from the experiences of the last 10 days.”
Jon Sump, CEO Mick George, headwest team member