We at Konfidence pride ourselves in our ongoing charity support. below is a list of the leading charities close to us.


STA - Swim Teachers Association

The Swimming Teachers’
Association is an international award-winning charity working towards
then objective of preserving human life by the teaching of swimming,
lifesaving and survival techniques. Since 1932 this objective has
under-pinned all that they do at STA and has driven their commitment to
providing the highest quality qualifications and charitable services
within leisure.

For our part we love working with the STA.
We have been involved with the STA for nearly 20 years and we are so
proud to continue our partnership with them. Their help and advice has
been invaluable when designing our new eco-friendly Splashy™ Range,
featuring our all new e-Flex™ material manufactured using re-cycled

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RNLI - Royal National Lifeboat Institution

The RNLI are a charity
founded upon and driven by values of selflessness, courage,
dependability and trustworthiness, with volunteers at our heart. Values
shared by generations of supporters who have powered their lifesaving
work through kindness and generosity for almost 200 years. Volunteers
make up 95% of the organisation - ordinary people doing extraordinary
things - supported by expert staff, all working together to help
communities at home and abroad save lives.

Founded in 1824 as the
Royal National Institution for the Preservation of Lives and Property
from Shipwreck 30 years later in 1854, its name changed to the Royal
National Lifeboat Institution - the RNLI - as they are known today.

are absolutely delighted to be able to support the RNLI, they are
a national institution who are saving lives all year round. Living
and working in the South West we see first-hand the incredible work
they do daily often risking their own lives to save lives at sea”.

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January 2021

Cornwall Air Ambulance

Cornwall Air Ambulance is the charity that provides critical care to the
most seriously sick and injured people in Cornwall and the Isles of
Scilly. The crew attend more than 1000 missions every year, and with no
direct government support towards running costs, it relies on the
generosity of people like you to keep flying.

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