• £10k golf day boost for mental health charity

    CHANNEL players swung into action for ICT mental health charity MHA last month, supporting the charity’s inaugural golf day staged at the famous Brocket Hall course in Hertfordshire.
  • Commsworld carries the ball for community rugby club

    Commsworld will partner with Boroughmuir Rugby and Community Sports Club for a further four years following a decade of financial support which has been converted into success on the field and in the community.
  • Barclay pledges £250,000 to help businesses bounce back

    Barclay Communications is giving £250,000 worth of comms packages to Northern Ireland-based businesses which have suffered during the pandemic.
  • Vodafone offers charities six months of free connectivity

    Vodafone is offering all non-profit organisations in the UK free connectivity as part of its charities.connected scheme which looks to tackle digital exclusion.
  • KCOM awards community grant to five good causes

    KCOM has awarded £1,000 each to Hornsea Town Walking Football Club, Barrow Methodist Church, Brigg Arts & Culture Centre (pictured), One Off Productions and Hull Trinity House, in its latest round of community grants.
  • Commsworld kits out charity rugby team

    When a fire destroyed the kit of the Crusaders Rugby club nearly two years ago, Commsworld helped the charity team turnover their fortunes by donating £2,000 for a new strip.  The onset of Covid meant the kits have been unused, but the lifting of restrictions means the season is set to resume and the players can finally don their new jerseys.
  • ITRM kicks off another year partnering Charlton Athletic Community Trust

    Kent-based MSP ITRM is entering its eighth year as the principle partner the Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT), which empower communities and changes lives by improving health, education and employment and reducing crime.
  • Vapour CEO rallies behind premature baby charity

    A fundraising campaign kicked off by Vapour CEO Tim Mercer aims to help raise £23,000 by June 2022 in aid of Borne, a premat
  • Smart IT laces up to support homelessness

    Smart IT has been inspired by England’s Euros run and put together a team to take part in the Oasis Cup, a charity tournament organised by Oasis Community Housing, a national Christian charity supporting homeless people through the difficulties of life on the streets.
  • Altinet steps up for mental health charity

    Over the course of June, 23 members of the Altinet team walked 5,523,903 steps to raise money for Leeds Mind, a charity designed to support and enable the people of Leeds to recover from times of poor mental health.


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