Charity work

We're lucky to do work that we love. So sharing our skills with charities and non-profit organisations seems only right. Below are some of the organisations we have worked with or helped out recently.
Woundcare4Heroes- helping injured veterans
Helping the medical community

Although Mole works across a huge range of sectors, our specialist area is medical and healthcare. We come across so many great organisations doing wonderful work - it's a pleasure to be able to help a few of them out along the way.

Charity work by Mole

Woundcare4Heroes - supporting wounded veterans

Woundcare4Heroes is a wonderful charity which helps to support wounded veterans, aiming to help the NHS to fulfil the woundcare needs of veterans who have been traumatically injured. Mole is very proud to support Woundcare4Heroes - both by donating their website, and by filming at their recent conference.

You can find out more at

The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation

The Leg Club is another fabulous charity making a real difference to the lives of people living with leg ulcers. Leg Clubs are based on an award-winning model for community clinics which help patients to take control of their own care, as well as providing a much-needed social network. Mole has been delighted to support the Leg Club over a number of years, and recently donated the CMS to power their new website.

Find out more about the work of the Lindsay Leg Club Foundation at

SWIFT Medics - Emergency highway heroes

SWIFT are our local medical charity. They provide pre-hospital emergency care in Wiltshire, at the scene of ‘accidents’ or sudden severe serious medical conditions such as heart attacks, severe asthma or meningitis to name but a few. Turning out in all weathers and at all times of night (and unpaid, in their own time), the highly qualified SWIFT doctors bring hospital-level treatment to the roadside and save countless lives. Wiltshire is a safer place for their team's presence. Mole supports SWIFT through the donation of their website - and we are currently working on creating them an incident logging app.

Find out more about SWIFT Medics at

Helping our local community ...

Marlborough is a great place to live and work, and we're lucky to be part of a thriving community. Here are three of the organisations we have recently helped out.


Action for the River Kennet (ARK)

The River Kennet is one of England's most important chalk streams. Some 45 miles long, it is the largest tributary of the Thames.It runs through the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Beauty and passes by some of Britain's most important prehistoric sites, including the World Heritage Site of stone circles and avenue at Avebury and Silbury Hill. Action for the River Kennet is a group of people who care about the River Kennet. Mole is very glad to support ARK, and recently donated a full redesign and rebuild of their website.

Find out more about ARK at

Ramsbury Football Team

We've always wanted to see our name across the front of a football shirt - and now we can! When Ramsbury Under 10s needed money for a new strip, Mole were excited to be able to help out. Watching the team play is a joy and we wish them every success this season.

Marlborough Christmas Lights Association

The Christmas lights are a huge part of the festive season in Marlborough, and something we look forward to every year. Mole provides the Christmas Lights website, to help everyone in the town find out what's going on.

Wessex Concert Orchestra

Wiltshire is very lucky to have a thriving local arts scene. The Wessex Concert Orchestra is a community orchestra based in Chippenham, who have been making music since the second world war. It's a privilege to support WCO, both by designing and running their website, and also through providing vital sponsorship to help them to run a varied and vibrant programme of concerts.

Find out more about WCO at - they're always looking for new supporters and members!

Wessex Concert Orchestra
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