Our partners help make our meaningful projects possible, please contact them about the relevant services they offer and don’t forget to mention The Cricket Asylum Foundation. If you would like to come on board as a partner, please contact us for information.
Calder Physio are proud to be able to support The Cricket Asylum Foundation. Based in Brighouse, West Yorkshire. Calder Physio was established in 2006 by Emma Cliff and Susan Ford, two highly qualified and experienced local Physiotherapists.
Quote The Cricket Asylum Foundation to receive a 20% discount off your initial assessment.
“CalderPhysio really helped me get back to playing sport after my knee surgery. A professional service, with great results. Thank you!”
Mr B. (Brighouse)
Expion – the talent acquisition specialists who are an award winning Recruitment Company specialising in key market sectors.
Expion now have three UK offices, in Huddersfield, Leeds and Silverstone, and have seen exceptional growth year on year. Expion was launched based on the knowledge that great recruitment is a double-edged sword; in order to deliver a cutting edge service to client companies, it is vital to provide a truly outstanding candidate experience.
Exceptionally talented people are a precious commodity, they have a right to expect respect for their wants and needs – just as much as the recruiting company. Expion have developed some great relationships with progressive clients from large multi-nationals to SME’s. Expion’s Consultants have excellent market knowledge and really understand their sectors in depth.
Expion are proud to join these other great companies in supporting The Cricket Asylum Foundation.
Opening Up Cricket are delighted to be partners with The Cricket Asylum Foundation to promote mental well-being and suicide prevention.
“Since our formation in 2014 we have been looking to increase the reach of our project and the opportunity to work with TCAF in delivering programs is very important.” Mark Boyns, Opening Up Cricket
TCAF will be delivering Opening Up sessions across West Yorkshire and Lancashire and including the #notweaktospeak message as part of their existing session plans.