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Our Charities

Quanta's charities

For many years we have been very privileged to be able to help others less fortunate than ourselves.

Quanta supports four charities each year, principally through monies being allocated each time one of many work activities is undertaken by different colleagues across the business in the course of their everyday work. For example, a colleague can contribute by:

  • Processing a CV
  • Arranging an interview
  • Placing a candidate
  • Issuing an invoice 

These are just a few of the tasks that then means an amount is automatically added to the ‘charity pot’. This is then split between our four charities. This means that every employee has a part to play in the raising funds for our chosen charities.

In addition, regular charity days are held at Quanta, with activities such as bake offs, quizzes, and fancy dress competitions, which are taken very seriously and are always accompanied by a barbecue being fired up by our directors.


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A local charity providing critical support and long-term solutions for homeless people and those in poverty.

DENS tackles homelessness and poverty in the Dacorum area of Hertfordshire, by giving people the chance to build a better future. 

One of the main reasons Quanta chose to support DENS is because of how misrepresented homeless people are. Homelessness can happen to people from all walks of life (and for so many different reasons).

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Durham Children's Initiative

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Durham Children's Initiative is the most comprehensive cradle-to-college and career pipeline of high-quality services for youth and their families in the state of North Carolina. 

They have helped over 2500 children from over 1000 families since 2011. 

The work that the DCI is important and helps families achieve their own goals. 

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Hector's House

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A local suicide-prevention and mental health awareness charity that was set up by Hector's family after he took his own life at only 18 years old. 

The charity's dedication to their mission of ending suicide and also providing everyone with access to mental health services is truly inspiring. 

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A local charity that helps children with life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses. 

The Pepper Foundation funds the hospice at home children's nursing team throughout the Chilterns area of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. 

This innovative paediatric team, (known as the Pepper Nurses), offers specialist palliative care and support to children with a life-threatening or life-limiting illness.

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The Swan Youth Project

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The Swan Youth Project works to support young people by providing an environment in which their personalities and life skills can be developed, enabling them to become productive, contributing members of society. 

The charity is situated around 100m from the Quanta office! It was in jeopardy of becoming derelict at the time but has now been fully developed and equipped with many activities to provide a substantial recreational facility for the young people of the area.

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