Our Charity Work

Over Hill and Dale for Tyler's Fight Club

In July 2017 a number of the lads at Corptel undertook the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge to help raise money for TYLER’S FIGHT CLUB (Leigh). We have had a number of staff who have been affected by cancer and feel strongly that we want to assist in any way we can to help Tyler, who is the nephew of our former colleague Alan Hickey.

Tyler is suffering with cancer and has since birth. The cancer has recently resurfaced and the family have been told by the NHS that they will now only offer palliative care (ease his pain). His family began fundraising for an operation in America that can possibly offer Tyler a chance at a long life but they would need $150,000.00 to pay for the treatment. The Corptel staff wanted to help in any way we could. Our Office Manager Jonathan arranged for the team to take part in the 24 mile Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge with sponsorship money to go to Tyler's cause and our colleague Clare Causey organised a Coffee Morning to raise money for Tyler.You can see our Justgiving page here.

Corptel Accepts KEY103's 'Mission Christmas'

With nearly 1 in 3 children living in poverty this December, for many families Christmas is simply a luxury they can’t afford. Corptel are proud to have donated new toys and £210 to the cause.

KEY103’s Breakfast show host Mike Toolan said: “With so many children living below the poverty line in Manchester, Mission Christmas is there to help where we can and make the festive period that little bit brighter for families in need across our local communities. We are overwhelmed by the generosity of the people in Greater Manchester. It’s so amazing to see so many people helping families who are struggling at this time of year”

KEY103’s ‘Mission Christmas’ appeal has had a record-breaking year in 2016 raising a grand total of £2,897,259.14, which will help a massive 61, 874 disadvantaged children across Greater Manchester.

The trek of a lifetime for The Alzheimer's Society!

In October of 2013, two men from Manchester took on the challenge of a lifetime!
Dale Vicker and Carl Austin raised thousands of pounds for The Alzheimer's Society by trekking to Everest Base Camp!
To help them raise even more money and to find out more please visit Carl and Dale's JustGiving page.
These guys are no strangers to challenges! In 2012 they both threw themselves from planes for the charity and previous to that Dale conquered Kilimanjaro and Carl cycled across Africa! The trek to Everest Base Camp took over 2 weeks and the pair endured freezing temperatures, poor sanitary conditions, limited food and on some days trekking for up to 12 hours. By holding charity nights and collections in local supermarkets, they achieved their fundraising target and are well on their way to doubling it!
Dale who lost his grandmother to Alzheimer’s said:
"It’s a very cruel disease, my gran went from being the feisty head of the family to not knowing anyone around her and needing round the clock care, that’s where the Alzheimer’s Society really helped us as a family."
The Alzheimer’s Society is totally reliant on donations and gets no funding from the government, which is staggering considering that over 800,000 people in the UK suffer from the disease.
To help Carl and Dale raise even more money and to find out more about their trek, please visit their JustGiving page.
Well done Carl and Dale!
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