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At CityFibre we are investing in the future of the UK’s digital infrastructure. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is at the core of what we do. We focus on 4 key areas to implement CSR across our business and the wider community: charitable giving and fundraising; diversity and inclusion; employee volunteering and environmental impact.

CityFibre charity of the year 2018 - MS Society

We are thrilled to support the MS Society as our chosen Charity of the Year 2018.

More than 100,000 people in the UK have multiple sclerosis (MS) – the most common neurological condition in young adults. It is painful and often exhausting, and can cause problems with how we walk, move, see, think and feel. The MS Society is the leading UK charity for MS and driven by the needs of those affected by the condition, representing 32,000 members and supporting 269 volunteer-run groups across the country.

Their vision is a world free from the effects of MS and their mission is to enable everyone with MS to realise their full potential, and secure the care and support they need. You can find out more about the charity here: https://www.mssociety.org.uk

Please donate here.

CityFibre charity of the year 2017 - Mind

We will be supporting Mind, a fantastic mental health charity in 2017 (as chosen by the majority of CityFibre employees). Mind provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. It campaigns to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. You can find out more about Mind by clicking the following link: http://www.mind.org.uk/

We are also supporting Mind’s sister charity in Scotland : SamH, The Scottish Association for Mental health, another wonderful charity who work with those experiencing  mental health issues. Find out more on their website: https://www.samh.org.uk

Please donate here.



Events 2017

A group of CityFibre colleagues in the London office partnered with S.W.A.T. (Sikh Welfare Awareness Team) for the second time last night to feed at least 100 homeless people in central London.

CityFibre + S.W.A.T

In January we encouraged our employees to get active as there is solid evidence to demonstrate that it improves not only our physical health but our mental health as well!

January: Physical activity, sport and mental health

February our CSR focus is simply to get CityFibre talking because talking openly about Mental Health can break the silence around mental health problems and stigma.

February: Time to talk

For the month of March our CSR focus was ‘Food and Mood’ - eating a healthy, well balanced diet can do a lot to improve our mood and sense of wellbeing. Discovering intolerances, planning ahead and sticking to a plan can all give one better peace of mind dealing with the daily slalom of “What should I eat!”.

March: Food and Mood

In April we were encouraging people to undertake Random Acts of Kindness both within the office and within the community at large. This was achieved by taking time out of our day to perform gestures (small or big) for one another.

April: Random Acts of Kindness

CityFibre Charity of the Year 2016 - The Stroke Association

In 2016 CityFibre partner with The Stroke Association as its Charity of the year. The Stroke Association is a fantastic organisation, helping victims of stroke on the path to recovery through groundbreaking initatives and pioneering research into the field. It also supports families of stroke survivors, giving them the tools and aid necessary to lighten the load of such an egregious burden.

The Stroke Association would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at CityFibre who helped to fundraise for such an important cause. Someone has a stroke in the UK every 5 minutes, and it is the world’s second biggest killer. That’s why the Stroke Association are here, to prevent strokes and achieve life after stroke through providing services, campaigning, education and research. Your fundraising will go such a long way to help us on this mission and we are so thankful. Together we can conquer stroke.

Last year we raised


Please donate here.


Past Events 2016

Sam Dean, Lee Loftus, Joe O’Gara, Paul O’Donnell and Rae Morris represented our North region in The Manchester Resolution Run in March. The team managed to raise a whopping £661 smashing the target they had set of £500!

Manchester Resolution Run - March 2016

CityFibre made May purple and Green in the name of the Stroke Association, with colour and cake days being held to raise money for the Stroke Association.

Stroke Association Awareness days - March/April 2016

Lots of volunteers in the CityFibre team donned their aprons in April and took part in the CityFibre Bake-Off in aid of the Stroke Association.
We collectively consumed an over-whelming amount of amazing cake and savoury items over a 3 week period! Amongst the produce were CityFibre themed cupcakes, chocolate cakes and brownies, flans, croquettes

CityFibre Bake-Off April 2016

Tony Haine’s daughter Nicole (Spud) held her very own Fundraiser on 17th September and managed to raise a whopping £1350!!
This money will be split three ways -to help fund Spud’s
mountain training and to support two very worthy charities, MS Multiple
Sclerosis Society and Embrace (Wigan & Leigh) Thank you to everyone who bought a raffle ticket

MS Fundraiser - September 2016

5 of CityFibre's finest tackle the hills and valleys of middle England. Read about their journey here.

CityFibre Cycle Tour - September 2016

10 volunteers from the CityFibre London office helped out the Sikh Welfare and Awareness team on a chilly November Evening, helping to distribute food and other supplies to the many homeless and less fortunate people that S.W.A.T. provide for.

S.W.A.T. Volunteer Evening

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