Community Support

Exertis is proud of our long history of community involvement both in our fundraising charity work and our employees volunteering their time.

Spotlight on the UK and Ireland

Across the Exertis Group, our subsidiaries are involved in activities to support local communities and charities. Moreover our employees are involved in fundraising and giving their time and effort to supporting local campaigns.

In the UK, Exertis has supported a variety of charities, working with partners to help those less fortunate.

TechAid 2015

In 2015, Exertis will be helping The Sabre Trust, an educational based charity, build a Centre of Excellence Kindergarten in Ghana. We have recently donated £50,000 to the build as well as a range of Dell notebooks and tablets.

Classrooms in Ghana are chronically under resourced and it is not unusual to see a single textbook shared by an entire class. Many children have no access to writing materials of any kind and learning can often seem like an uphill battle.

Exertis is working with Sabre, a charity involved in programmes to ensure that every child has their own workbook and classrooms are equipped with culturally appropriate learning materials. We want to help facilitate a better learning environment.

Visit the TechAid website to find out more.

Exertis Inner City Helping Homeless Shoebox Appeal

In December 2016, Exertis Ireland employees made up charity shoe boxes, filled with warm clothes and festive treats, to be given to homeless men, women, boys and girls in Ireland’s inner cities. This was in support of the Inner City Helping Homeless Shoebox Appeal which is well timed for Christmas 2016.

http://www.innercityhelpinghomeless.ie/

Bury Children's Hospice Donation

In 2015, we supported Bury Children's Hospice Grace's Place with a donation of £16,000, paying towards medical supplies and equipping them with games consoles.

Grace's Place is a specialist hospice for children suffering from cancers, neurological illnesses, genetic illness and physical disabilities in North Manchester. The hospice's mission is to create a beautiful, peaceful, safe environment for families with children who have life-threatening or terminal illness.

More Exertis Charity News

Sebastian's Trust and Leukaemia Busters

Exertis supports Sebastian's Action Trust, a charity who have created the UK's only purpose-built facility that offers respite holidays to very sick children and their families, enabling precious time to be spent together.

West Yorkshire Forget Me Knot Trust

Exertis Supplies raised £31,000 for Forget Me Knot Children's Hospice in 2014. The hospice supports families who have a child with a life shortening condition in many different ways to make their lives just a little bit easier.

Directors Cycle Ride from London to Paris

Exertis directors cycled 156 miles from London to Paris, raising £50,000 in total. The money raised was split between Maddie's Charity and Naomi House Children's Hospice.

Blackburn Youth Zone

Exertis Becomes a Premier Patron of Blackburn Youth Zone

Exertis has pledged to support Blackburn Youth Zone with an annual £25,000 donation for the next three years by becoming a Premier Patron of the charity.

Blackburn Youth Zone is a 21st century youth hub for young people aged 8 to 18 years old, aiming to improve the prospects offered to young people in the area.

Exertis Directors Cycle 200 Miles from Stoke to Basingstoke

Exertis Directors took part in a 200 mile charity cycling ride from Exertis in Stoke to the office in Basingstoke. In total £22,000 was raised and donated to Naomi House and other smaller deserving charities.