• Telent celebrates three-year donation total of £185k

    Telent has donated over £185k to Alzheimer’s Society since choosing the organisation as its charity partner back in 2019.
  • Fibrus Fund awards £9k to address digital poverty

    ISP Fibrus Networks has awarded nine community organisations with £9,725k as stage one of its mission to address digital poverty in Northern Ireland.
  • Welcomm and Nokia team to keep veterans connected

    Welcomm is working to keep veterans digitally connected, by donating tablets to Combat Stress: The Veterans'​ Mental Health Charity.
  • The One Point donates 100 packed shoeboxes to charity

    For the ninth year running, The One Point has sent 100 Operation Christmas Child Appeal shoeboxes to disadvantaged children around the world.
  • Trustack raises funds for Tiny Lives Trust

    Trustack raised £7,200 during the pandemic to aid the Tiny Lives Trust with its vCreate service, which allows parents and families to receive real-time, video updates on their premature and poorly babies at the Neonatal Unit at the RVI Hospital.
  • Mercer completes 286km charity challenge for Borne

    Vapour CEO Tim Mercer has completed his gruelling challenge of covering 286km in a week to raise money for Borne, a premature birth charity.
  • Enreach hits target for grass roots clubs 

    Enreach has set up a children’s t-shirt design competition to support sports clubs across Shropshire. 
  • Circle Group to make strides for charity

    Circle Group is embarking on a 16km walk on the 2nd October to raise funds for Cancer Research UK, which is dedicated to saving lives via the development of advanced radiotherapy techniques.
  • Wanstor sponsors Charity IT Leaders

    Wanstor is now a gold sponsor of Charity IT Leaders (CITL), an IT and digital networking group founded to help the UK charity and NFP sectors make the most of their information systems, processes, and technologies.
  • Digicomm 360 team takes the plunge for charity

    Digicomm 360’s MD Mark Pollitt and Senior Engineers Warren Hardman and Tom Hyde have raised £2,305 from a charity skydive for Lagan’s Foundation which supports families who have children diagnosed with complex health conditions.


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