We focus on working together to raise money and support our communities.
Earlier this year, we asked our employees to nominate the charity they would most like to support. There were so many different suggestions, that it was hard to pick just one. As a result, we have chosen to support several different charities.
All our charities have a special connection to our employees - whether they are local to their area, or, have touched their own lives in some way.
We work very closely with two Sussex-based homeless charities, Off The Fence, and BHT Sussex. These charities help vulnerable homeless people access the expertise that they need and play a key role in helping the homeless turn their lives around long term.
As a Brighton-based charity, Off The Fence is enormously grateful to Telefónica Tech for the ongoing interest in and support for our work with the homeless, vulnerable women and children of the City. Martin Hess and his team have consistently gone beyond the call of duty in providing crucial practical encouragement to us over the last few challenging months - including a staff volunteer team lowering themselves off the i360 with me as part of a fundraising event in September. We value our ongoing relationship with Telefónica Tech very highly and regard them as significant advocates of our ongoing mission to alleviate poverty and social injustice in Brighton & Hoveoff the fence
Telefónica Tech has also pledged its support further to employee nominated Charities close to all of our office locations. These are:
From funding cutting edge equipment to putting smiles on the faces of poorly children, your generous support makes a big difference to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie. It’s thanks to people like you that we can invest an additional £500,000 every month, saving lives, transforming our hospital and supporting pioneering research.
Children’s Health Foundation is the new unified children’s healthcare charity, which exists to raise funds to support the vital, life-saving work that takes place every minute of every day in Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) hospitals and urgent care centres.
Action Mental Health (AMH) actively promotes the mental health and well-being of people in Northern Ireland. A aims to enhance the quality of life and employability of people with mental health needs or a learning disability.
Friends of the Cancer Centre has a long and proud history of helping local cancer patients across Northern Ireland for over 35 years. Based at the heart of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital, the charity funds life-saving and life-changing projects that make a real and lasting difference to the lives of thousands of local people affected by cancer and in the last year alone, Friends of the Cancer Centre has put over £1.1 million back into local cancer services.
Everton in the Community is one of the UK’s top sporting charities and firmly established on the world stage of community sports development.
Wood Green, The Animals Charity is an English animal welfare charity.
The shelter rehomes a variety of animals and it also educates, advises and supports pet owners to help make a difference to the lives of pets and people across the UK.
Our regular donation to Embrace CVOC will ensure local children left traumatised after suffering terrible crimes can receive specialist support including counselling, practical help and time away with family.
The charity helps thousands of children and families each year who have nowhere else to turn.
London’s Air Ambulance Charity operates a helicopter emergency medical service dedicated to responding to serious trauma emergencies in and around London.
An important part of a company’s culture is helping those groups not as fortunate as we are. We actively support local charities with both money and time.Martin Hess, MD, Telefónica tech uk&i
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