At Mantair, we believe that it is important for every company to actively engage in supporting charitable causes and giving back to the community.  We embrace this responsibility, viewing it as an integral part of our ethos and identity.

We encourage you to use this page to read and learn about the charitable causes that we are proud to stand behind.  Together, we can make a difference and build a better world for future generations.

Employee Charity of Choice

CoppaFeel logo

CoppaFeel! is a breast cancer awareness charity focused on promoting early detection of breast cancer by encouraging women under 30 to regularly check their breasts.  They speak to young people in their natural habitat.  From festivals to shower cubicles, university campuses to Instagram, they are there to talk boobs and affect real behaviour change.

Our colleague, Caroline Skilling, will be trekking 100km across the Brecon Beacons in June 2024, led by Giovanna Fletcher to raise money for CoppaFeel!:

Ongoing Charities we support

We are a proud partner of Essex Wildlife Trust.  Essex Wildlife Trust are the county of Essex’s leading conservation charity, committed to protecting wildlife and inspiring a lifelong love of nature.

Essex Wildlife Trust protects wildlife through landscape conservation, education on our nature reserves and discovery centres and campaigns that help to give wildlife a greater voice in Essex.

The trust manages nature reserves and discovery parks across Essex  providing outstanding outdoor education and preserving places of wonder.  They are a local wildlife charity supported by over 1900 volunteers and over 38,000 members.  They protect and care for wildlife and wild places across Essex.


iCarp – Investigating Countryside and Research Projects

A programme, developed in Essex, that is changing the lives of military veterans, 999 personnel, vulnerable young people and many more by helping them overcome the debilitating symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression, Anxiety and many other challenging conditions.

Award winning chartered psychologist Dr Mark Wheeler recognised a growing need to help those who were being failed by traditional mental health provision.  He drew on psychological theory and research, which has shown the enormous benefits to a person’s health and wellbeing of being outside, to develop the iCARP programme. Participants are taken on fishing trips, during which they are encouraged to open up about their experiences and provide support to each other.  The trips are made possible thanks to donations and sponsorships.