Charity Partnership

 Empiric adopts ABF The Soldiers’ Charity as our first charity partner

Sam Kamyar and Stephan Williams founded Empiric with the vision to offer a holistic service to both clients and candidates; the determination to contribute to the quality of life for employees, customers, the local community and society is at the heart of our vision. The partnership with The Soldiers’ Charity is the latest manifestation of our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility.

We are really excited to partner with The Soldiers’ Charity. As well as raising funds we will be working closely with the charity’s transition team to help soldiers make a successful transition into civilian life by conducting employment related workshops. Over the next 12 months we have various events planned across the UK business such as Sky Diving, Abseiling, Formula One Driving, Golf challenges and Dragon Boat Race to bring together our staff and make a difference for the charity.

The partnership between Empiric and The Soldiers’ Charity will offer employees and customers, a range of fantastic opportunities to have fun whilst raising money so that soldiers, veterans and their families who have given up so much to defend us and our country can be helped when they need it most.

Major General Martin Rutledge, Chief Executive of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity says:

“We are extremely grateful to everyone at Empiric for their generous support, both in raising much needed funds so we can carry on giving a hand up to those in need and also for the great boost to morale that such support gives to the whole Army Family”.

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity – the Army’s national charity since 1944 – supports thousands of soldiers, former soldiers and their families each year. The charity makes financial grants to individuals in times of need and specialist charities supporting the wider Army family. For more information on the charity visit

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Click here to download tips and advice for CV and interviews for transitioning forces personnel.