Our corporate supporters

Our corporate supporters play a vital role in supporting our work with people with deafblindness across the developing world.

Without their support we would not be able to keep delivering essential services to thousands of people in local communities around the world. We would like to thank our supporters and their employees for their support:

Bank of Singapore

Bank of Singapore make regular significant donations to Sense International, which has been vital in us reaching out to more children and adults with deafblindness.

BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4 supported Sense International by running an appeal in October 2013 to raise awareness of our work in the developing world.



Fladgate are long-term supporters of Sense International and took part in the Dragon Boat Race in July 2013.


The Guardian

The Guardian chose Sense International to benefit from their Christmas appeal in 2012, featuring our newly-developed community-based rehabilitation project in Gujurat, India.


Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain adopted Sense International as their Charity of the Year for 2011-12, and smashed their initial fundraising target by raising just under £130,000.  David Lyle, Head of Customer Relationships, said the partnership "was amazing and really challenged people in so many different ways".



Knadel have generously sponsored towards the development of the Sense International website for a number of years helping it to evolve into an engaging and informative resource for both existing and new supporters. Knadel also continue to help our work by offering more general support and enthusiasm for our projects.


Minerva Trust logo

Minerva Trust & Corporate Services Limited have been supporting Sense International for over ten years, but most recently through its latest CSR initiative, ‘The Legacy Project’, which focuses on creating a positive, long-term and sustainable impact on communities in Kenya and India – both of which are key regions for Minerva.



Nonsense took part in the Sense International Dragon Boat Race in July 2013, and raised over £1,100 for our work with people with deafblindness.



Psigma are long-term supporters of Sense International, and have taken part in many challenges including the Dragon Boat Race and the London to Paris Bike Ride.



RGA UK Services took part in the Sense International Dragon Boat Race in July 2013 and raised over £1,400.

First published: Wednesday 28 August 2013
Last updated: Monday 2 October 2017