Corptel is a company that is committed to “giving back”.

The foundation and ethos of our business is to strive to be the best we can, be appreciative of our achievements and share our successes with those who need help.

We look to support a wide variety of charities and good causes. From tragic stories of individuals in immediate need, to investing in long term research to battle life threatening conditions, all these causes have touched us all in some shape or form.

Corptel and its founder, Tony Molloy donated over £120,000 last year alone and while financial support is crucial it is just as important to raise the profile of these causes. Each of the following articles seeks to highlight the work of all the charities we support. If you are inspired by their work in the same way we are then get involved, get in touch or donate as much as you can.

You can also go to our Just Giving page if you would like to support our own charity fund raising activities.

Thank you.

Paul Baxter
Managing Director
Corptel UK Ltd

George House Trust Gala Fundraiser 2018

Corptel have long been a supporter of The George House Trust and we were proud in 2018 to be able to sponsor the champagne reception at their first ever Black Tie Gala Fundraiser event on Saturday 3rd November at Manchester’s iconic Midland Hotel.

The George House Trust has worked tirelessly since 1985 to provide HIV support, advice and advocacy services to improve health outcomes. They employ diverse highly trained teams of knowledgeable staff and volunteers who deliver a user focused service on which GHT pride themselves.



The Nook Appeal

Our Vision

We have planning permission for a new hospice in a fantastic five-acre woodland setting; five miles south of Norwich in Framingham Earl. It will be nearer the centre of the county, much closer to local services, hospitals and road networks. It also means the majority of families and staff will travel shorter distances to receive and deliver care. Once built it will transform our care to meet the changing needs of children and help us meet the increasing demand for our services.



LGBTQ+ community Bee in Sackville Gardens, Manchester

After setting up a crowd funding website all members of the Manchester LGBT community came together to raise the funds in supporting “Bee in The City MCR”. Over 50 generous donations were initially received by Supporters, Partners and Individuals. Continuous support being provided by Corptel UK, LGBT Foundation & Manchester Pride providing longevity here in Sackville Gardens - the Heart of Manchester’s Gay Village.



Rosemere Cancer Foundation

The Rosemere Cancer Foundation supports world class cancer treatment throughout Lancashire and South Cumbria.

Our aim is to work in partnership with local clinical staff to achieve the best possible care for cancer patients in Lancashire and South Cumbria wherever they are treated. 



Coeliac UK

Our organisation

We are an independent charity with expertise in coeliac disease and the gluten free diet. We fund critical research into coeliac disease, provide trustworthy advice and support to our members, and fight for better availability of gluten free food. We support our 60,000 strong community through our offices in England, Scotland and Wales and local volunteer groups.



Histio UK

Histiocytosis is an umbrella term applied to a group of rare diseases, characterised by increased numbers of white blood cells called histiocytes in the blood and tissues. In all forms of histiocytosis, these cells, which are part of the protective immune system, begin to attack the body, targeting many organs of the body including the bone marrow, liver, spleen, lungs, skin, bone and brain. The prognosis for patients varies greatly depending on the form of histiocytosis.



Wigan & Leigh Hospice

About Wigan & Leigh Hospice


Wigan and Leigh Hospice has been providing palliative care for adult patients across Wigan Borough for more than 30 years.

We are a registered charity and care for over 1,000 people with a life-limiting illness every year. We also provide care and support for those people important to our patients.



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