Gigaclear commits to support WTF and its vision over the next 12-18 months

Gigaclear sponsored our Charity football match in June and wants to work further with Will Garvey Trust Foundation

WTF are really pleased to announce that Gigaclear will be working with us. Recently they were sponsors of our Charity Football match on June 18th.

Sam Christmas, Gigaclear’s Community Engagement Officer, supports our message and our vision, and is committed to working with WTF throughout the next 12-18 months:

“We know that mental health issues can have a profound effect on an individual’s wellbeing, which is why we wanted to support The Will Garvey Trust Foundation as sponsor of the Charity Football Match. It is essential that people and organisations come together to shine a light on the importance of mental health and to highlight all the great resources that are available through the work of the foundation.”

Gigaclear are a telecommunications company committed to improving poorly served, rural communities, by delivering ultrafast fibre broadband. They have recently started a major infrastructure upgrade to several rural communities across Derbyshire, including West Hallam, Stanley and Mapperley, to bring fibre-to-the-premises broadband to over 25,000 homes.

This is a great opportunity for WTF to reach a different audience and promote our key message that talking fixes, and to share the resources we have collated on our website.


We look forward to working with Sam and the team over the next 12-18 months.


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