Giving back

Our giving back initiative- ‘RAM Foundation’ is based on a simple concept: our desire to support and the raise awareness of both local and national charities. This leads to the acknowledgment of the positive impact that remote tracking can have when looking to maximise publicity and increase donations. In addition to providing chosen events with our market leading tracking technology, we also aim to give back to our community, supporting a number of educational initiatives and local fund raising efforts.

Ian Harris, CEO at Search Laboratory explains, “RAM kindly donated a tracker to our event.  We published a link to the interactive map on our website so that supporters were able to track our progress in real time.  Overall, it made the event more professional, engaging and most importantly increased donations by at least 40%!”

If you're organising a sponsored cycle event, race or walk then we’d be happy to help. Contact the RAM Foundation team on: or phone 0113 385 1800 for more info.


Chris Blantern, Chairman of the Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ And Manufacturers’ Association (PASMA), the trade body representing the mobile access tower industry, is undertaking an epic journey of over 3,000 miles journey as part of a two-fold awareness and fundraising effort. Chris’s journey will see him visit all 197 UK PASMA training centres over three weeks, highlighting the importance of scaffold tower safety during ‘National Tower Week’, whilst simultaneously raising money for Children in Need.

The Wrong Way Back

The Wrong Way Back will be carrying out their second charity cycle ride in aid of Macmillan and Help for Heroes, on Saturday June 1st to Saturday June 8th 2013.

The Wrong Way Back charity cycle ride will start from the Dolphin Hotel in Wincanton on June 1st 2013 and will finish back at the same location on the 8th June 2013. The route will take riders from Wincanton up to Minehead and along the north coast to Land’s End where they will then head back along the south coast to Weymouth. From there they will head back in land to Wincanton. Each rider will cycle an average of 80 miles a day to complete this 560 mile challenge. Follow their progress here: