MNH is proud of all our fundraising to date – it’s a real team effort.

In Partnership with our friends, customers and suppliers, we have the opportunity to change the lives of a significant number of disadvantaged people around the world. MNH is very proud of all of our fundraising efforts to date – it’s a real team effort.

For the last 7 years MNH has supported WE (formerly known as Free The Children) as well as other comunity charities that are close to our hearts.

We are currently planning our 2018 fundraising strategy - look out for news about our latest campaign and future fundraising efforts soon... in the meantime, read more about our historical fundraising efforts below.

  • Latest Fundraising News

    2019 and the start of 2020 was a busy time for fundraising for the MNH team across our global network.

    The team took part in a Muddy Dog Challenge to raise money for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and ran 7 marathons in 7 days to raise money for our local charity Outreach 3Way to purchase and install a accessible recreation area to be used by the people they support and the local community.

    We also continued to support indigenous charities and animal welfare charities across out network with the donation of end-of-life textiles. This initiative makes hundreds of children happy, helps to keep sheltered animals more comfortable whilst they wait for their forever families, as well as diverting huge amounts of waste from landfill.

  • MNH Sustainable Cabin Services Supports WE Charity - Walk For Water Event

    MNH Sustainable Cabin Services Walk For Water Charity

    Walk For Water Charity Event

    Imagine A Life Without Clean Water!

    MNH Sustainable Cabin Services provides Airline Laundry and Headset Servicing Solutions worldwide and we have supported the charity WE (formerly Free The Children) for many years.

    WE is a movement that brings people together and gives them the tools to change the world and make a difference. No matter your age or where you live, we can all make a positive impact – whether that’s volunteering, fundraising or raising awareness for causes that matter.

    MNH encouraged friends, family and even a local school to get involved with the WE Walk For Water Event in April.

    On Friday 28th April staff at MNH's Gatwick Head Office and children from St Andrew's Primary School in Hove took part in the WE Walk For Water Event.

    Ninety-six excited schoolchildren set off on a sponsored walk along the seafront. The children, all in Year 5 at St Andrew's Church of England Primary School in Hove, walked for three miles to raise money for the WE charity, which is tackling the global water crisis.They walked from King Alfred Leisure Centre to the Brighton Palace Pier and back again.

    Steve Griffiths, a teacher at the school, said: “We were doing a whole topic on Africa last term, and each pupil had their own country to research and give a presentation on. When they learned about the water shortage that some African countries face, they were quite shocked."

    Many of the children were wearing T-shirts depicting their country’s flag, while others had their faces painted or wore wigs!

    Emma RanWalk For Water Charity Event ce (Director of MNH), whose ten-year-old son Freddie Rance was taking part in the walk, said: “When the children learned that it was often the girls who have to walk to get water, and that they missed out on education as a result, they felt it was quite unfair. They wanted to do something to help, and it ties in with their school project as well.”

    In total the MNH Head Office Team and the children from St Andrews School raised over £2,000 for the WE charity.

    For more information visit The Argos or WE Walk For Water.

  • 2017 Fundraising - Outreach

    We are currently reviewing our fundraising efforts for 2017 and what fun activity we can do as a team to raise as much money as possible for our chosen charity.

    At the end of last year we helped support Outreach 3 Way by keeping their sheltered workshop open providing valuable, meaningful work for their specialist workforce.

    MNH has worked with Outreach for over 15 yeas but new regulations and increasing pressure on this workshop had forced the charity's management into closing it. In the spirit of this long-term partnership, MNH was able to provide a funding solution and together with the MNH team provided the materials and labour to redecorate and reopen the unit, much to the delight of the Outreach team and their workforce.

    Many thanks to everyone who helped to make this happen.

    For 2017 we plan to continue with our fundraising to support this local charity that is very close to our hearts. More information to follow...

  • 2015/16 WE (formerly known as Free The Children)

    2015/16 WE (formerly known as Free The Children)

    In 2015 we sponsored two of our long-term, valued UK team members Laima Jankauskaite and Shane Goodayle to travel to India to help build a school with WE (formerly known as Free The Children) as part of their Adopt a Village programme. WE is a movement that brings people together and gives them the tools to change the world. Today we are millions of people working together to shift the world from “me” to “we.” WE Charity works to empower change domestically through WE Schools, and internationally through WE Villages. For more information visit

    India Trip

    The distance from the MNH’s UK Head Office to this village in India is over 6,000km. During 2016, collectively as a team MNH ran, cycled and walked this distance to help to raise money for Change For Children (part of the Virgin Atlantic Foundation) - in total we raised over £2,000! Thank you everyone for your support.

    The Virgin Atlantic Foundation is a UK registered charity, set up in 2003 to support the welfare of children and young people through funds raised through their community investment programme.

    All the Change for Children funds are donated to Virgin's charity partner WE (formerly called Free the Children). They’re working together to invest in young people in the UK and around the world.



  • 2013/14 Outreach 3Way Out There!

    2013/14 Outreach 3Way Out There!

    MNH supported a local community charity, Outreach 3Way a Sussex-based learning disabilities charity. MNH has a very special partnership with Outreach 3Way so this is a charity that is very close to our hearts.

    MNH supported Outreach 3Way to raise over £6,000 to re-fit their gymnasium and supply some new sports equipment for Out There! who run a programme of daytime, evening and weekend leisure activities and sports choices that really help to make a difference.

    For more information visit

    In 2014 our Just Giving Page was one of the most successful of 2014. MNH ended the year in the top 3% of fundraisers.

  • 2012/13 – The Asemkow Community, Ghana

    2012/13 – The Asemkow Community, Ghana

    MNH sponsored two valued members of our team Claire Dilworth and Sally Lewis to accompany the Virgin Atlantic team to Ghana to support their fund-raising campaign for the community of Asemkow, a small fishing village. The people in the community live on less than £2 a day with less than 50% of children regularly attending school.

    The goal of the project was to raise £100,000 to build, furnish and provide school supplies for 5 classrooms so the children of Asemkow community can receive quality primary education.


  • 2010/11 – MNH Adopted a Kenyan Village

    In partnership with Virgin Atlantic and Free the Children – MNH raised money towards the building of a Kenyan Village. MNH also sponsored two of our key members of staff Iain Moorey and Georgina Jackson to accompany the Virgin Atlantic team to Kenya to help with the build project.

    Kenya 2 002  Iain Kenya 2 002  Kenya 3 002

  • 2009 - MNH supported Outreach 3Way

    2009 - MNH supported Outreach 3Way

    Virgin Atlantic donated two flights to New York to support MNH’s fundraising campaign for Outreach 3Way. By raffling the tickets MNH raised over £1,000 for the charity and two lucky winners flew to New York for a holiday with Virgin Atlantic.

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