Here at Paligap, we are proud of our Ayrshire roots and remain based in Ayr town centre, having committed to the area in a 2011 office move. Our team has brought in the best talent from across Scotland but retains a strong local connection, with most of the team living within the local area.
Paligap believe there is great value in contributing locally and in Scotland, being active members of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle and supporting Young Enterprise Scotland’s Best Presentation award. Our sporting interests are another priority - as our three-year stint as the principal shirt sponsors for Ayr United FC demonstrates.
We have taken a particular interest in a number of local charities and sports...
After forming a successful partnership in 2011, Paligap return to the crease with Ayr Cricket Club Juniors to take on all comers in 2012. The Juniors regularly see over 100 youngsters between the ages of 5 and 18 regularly attend for weekly training, with a number of the boys having gone on to play for Ayrshire. Paligap are delighted to support the Juniors in all of their endeavours.
As the principal website sponsor of the Scottish Rally Championship, Paligap have been delighted to witness thrilling competition from a group of talented drivers. This dramatic sport is amongst the most exciting around and goes from strength to strength each year. Paligap are proud to be associated with such a prestigious championship.
The Ayrshire Hospice who carry out incredible and valuable work in the field of specialist palliative care.
They offer support to patients and their families, treating this as one entity of care, throughout Ayrshire and seek to enhance the quality of living for those suffering from a variety of progressive and incurable illnesses.
The KIAMA Trust is a local Breast Cancer charity that operates a ‘drop-in’ centre in the heart of Ayr. The Trust provides support, advocacy and education for the benefit of all affected by the disease, assistance which is of great benefit to the local community, particularly as all treatments and support are provided free of charge.
Paligap are also involved in projects with the Scottish Association for Children with Heart Disorders. This organisation carries out vitally important work in the field of cardiac care in young people, working to educate the public, to relieve the suffering and distress of children suffering from congenital heart conditions and to support parents and families.