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At Stannah, we strive to be a company with strong values, good ethics and above all, a trustworthy one.

Why we embrace partnerships

We want to do as much as we can for our customers so we work closely with other companies and charities that have similar values as Stannah to offer you a wider range of services which we hope will enable you to retain your independence and help you to keep on being you.

The Captain Tom 100 Challenge led by the Captain Tom Foundation

In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, Captain Sir Tom united the nation and inspired hope when it was needed the most with his brilliant fundraising efforts that raised the outstanding amount of almost £40 million (including gift aid) for NHS Charities Together.  The Captain Tom Foundation was consequently set up to ensure Tom’s message of hope became a lasting legacy and to support many causes close to Tom’s heart.

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Stannah is so proud to have been able to count Captain Sir Tom as a customer.  Having a stairlift meant that Tom was able to remain independent in his home and save his energy for things other than climbing the stairs, like walking 100 laps of his garden! The ethos that the foundation instils and the causes it supports align fully with Stannah’s ethos of ‘keep on being you’ and we are honoured to be considered a friend of the foundation and supporter of their recent fundraising initiative Captain Tom 100.

You can find out more about The Captain Tom 100 Challenge by visiting For more information on how Stannah have supported the initiative, please visit our Captain Tom Foundation page.

National Osteoporosis Society

The National Osteoporosis Society is the only UK-wide charity dedicated to ending the pain and suffering caused by osteoporosis and fragile bones. More than three million people in the UK are affected by osteoporosis, which can cause bones to break easily. This national charity offers free support and information to people affected, including a helpline that receives more than 13,000 enquiries a year and a wide range of free publications.

To find our more, visit or call on 01761 471771.

Parkinson’s UK

Parkinson’s UK is the support and research charity for Parkinson’s disease. In the past 40 years they have invested over £45 million into groundbreaking research to advance understanding and to improve treatments. They understand the difficulties of living with Parkinson’s and offer information and support to everyone affected by the condition. Their aim is to find a cure and improve life for everyone living with Parkinson’s.

For further information visit or call the helpline on 0808 800 0303.

Useful Links

Disabled Living Foundation (DLF)

Disabled Living Foundation is a national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living since 1969.

Visitors to their website will find that DLF offers many ways to find out about daily living and assistive technology. Their Living Made Easy section offers advice on useful equipment for inside and outside the home. Whilst their award-winning online advice guide tool helps if you’re unsure what items might be right for you. There’s also a helpline that you can use for free, impartial advice about mobility products or other types of daily living equipment for older and disabled people.

Stannah supports independent living in the home and hopes to encourage people with mobility challenges to be better informed.

Find out more by visiting their website or if you prefer, call their helpline on 0300 999 0004.


Rica is an independent consumer research charity providing free, practical and unbiased reports for older and disabled people.

They carry out various research on everything from products to services and publish the information they find to enable disabled and older people to live independently.

Rica are also actively involved with a number of groups and working parties who are specifically concerned with consumer issues around products and service for older and disabled people.

You can find out more about Rica by visiting their website at