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Ensuring Children grow up in familiesHope & Homes logo

Who are they?

What did they receive?
MS Exchange and Windows Servers; 50x Terminal Services User CAL, Windows Server User CAL, Exchange Server Standard User CAL, Office Professional 2003; Symantec Backup Exec.

If staff are hampered by inefficient IT then that makes no sense at all” – Jo Mundy, Office Manager

The outcome? Complete IT upgrade, secure and available IT infrastructure, with remote access now possible across the organisation.

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Respite Breaks for disadvantaged kids.Chicks! logo

Who are they?

What did they receive?
Microsoft SQL Server 2008.

When we discovered it free through CTX, this was amazing”– Rod Webb-Taylor.

The outcome? A solid base for the charity’s expansion plans.

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Spreading the game of cricket – with a message.
Teamworking and confidence – on the water.
Specialist brain injury care in Warwickshire.
One man’s lasting legacy.
IT training: a vital step on the ladder.
A friendly face at a difficult time.
Introducing… the ZubaBox
Surrey’s good-quality furniture recycled.
The foundation for an artistic success.
Supporting homeless families in the London borough of Haringey.
Support and advocacy for Gatwick’s immigration detainees.
Sustaining Scotland’s rural communities.
Remote working in the North East
Play schemes for disabled children and their families.
Redistributing good food.
An upgrade and a transformation.
Behind a British town planning milestone.
More than just a play area…
Tackling food poverty by fighting waste.
Visualising that blank space.
A safe place to look at danger.
A pragmatic approach to the drug culture.
The backbone of local volunteering.
Renewable energy for the developing world.
Affordable housing for South East Wales.
Then I’ll begin...
Equipping people to take a LEAP into the 21st Century
Helping young people to grow through theatre.
New lives, new roles for retired horses at risk.
The legacy of the Brontes.
Working smarter can reinvigorate a charity.
Fighting the spread of HIV.
Proving the worth of an Orchestral experience.
A voice for victims of injustice.
Cancer funding: providing for a holistic approach.
“Because people are worth mending.”
25 years of IT empowerment.
Saving lives on London’s roads.
A pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness.
Bangalore Calling.
Co-ordinating international development
Providing educational opportunities for poor children
Upgrading Keep Britain Tidy
Helping those with sight problems across Hampshire
Comfort from Homelessness
Teaching children creativity
Maidenhead’s thriving youth group
Keeping the ambulance airborne
Freeing people from addiction
Respite Breaks for disadvantaged kids.
Addressing social inequality amongst some of the world’s poorest people
Photo sharing in the voluntary sector.
Working together to bring down crime.
Ensuring children grow up in families.
Bringing the North Eastern communities together.
Supporting those at the front line of delivery.
Boosting Training Opportunities within a Local Community
Being there for the people of Birmingham.
A gateway into computer literacy for the Lake District’s visually-impaired population
Fun and activities – for the whole family.
Fighting for a British icon.
Taking project management online.
Sustainable development for the Philippines.
Changing lives through film.
Working towards Equality
Local money for local people!
Distributing hope worldwide.
Helping Cambridge’s Homeless People
Building self-esteem outdoors.
On top of the IT game
Behind the Bat Helpline
An arm round the shoulder
Protecting vulnerable British wildlife
Keeping Lothian’s not-for-profit sector on the move
From fringe to mainstream: helping us all save the environment
Supporting homeless young people in North Warwickshire
Promoting Corporate Social Responsibility to businesses across Northern Ireland
Second-tier Support for the UK’s Emergency Services
Free legal services and advice for the people of Derby
Working with Offenders; building safer communities for us all
‘Healing Hurt Minds’ – specialist children’s charity receives CTX donation
Increasing Office Efficiency at “Changing Faces”
Putting young people on a secure footing
Mental Health services for young people in Manchester
Equipping the after-school homework group
Creating a modern office network in North Yorkshire
Supporting the Provision of Sustainable Technology for the Developing World
Hospital Facilities for Sick and Injured Wildlife
Helping the Community Cope with the Effects of Drugs and Alcohol
IT and Internet Access for the Young People of Gorebridge


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