20 years ago a school was destroyed by the guerrilla. The teacher continued in a shack, often without pay. With great support of clients, suppliers and friends, A2O helped the children’s dream of a new school come true.
The Directors went out to a remote village in Kenya to build a new Medical Centre. People were dying of malaria because the nearest hospital was too far to get to. Now lives are being saved.
After two seasons in Canada, A2O sponsored Ross for a season with his home team, Chelmsford Chieftains. They finished third in the league before going on to beat the first and second place teams in the play-off. Lifting that play-off trophy was the perfect end to an amazing season.
A2O sponsored this race in 2019. Our MD Dan Yardy took part and helped raise funds (sum tbc) for Action Medical Research for children.
A2O often take part in Wear It Pink. The all-time record for most pink items is held by project manager Jonathon Young, who surprised a few guys on site that day.
A2O staff, partners and RJ Fixings completed the unforgettable Nuclear Blast Mud Run at Nuclear Races behind our offices. Ben even completed a double-circuit! The team effort financed the school in Colombia, above.
Dan Yardy spent a night out on the streets and raised £4,000 for the Catalyst Night Shelter, run by A2O’s Charity of the Year 2020 Hope4Havering.
Tim Gray ran the Bucharest half marathon in 1hr 51min 43sec, raising £2,800 for Hospices of Hope. The company match-funded their efforts.