Group Sponsors

Manchester Airports Group (MAG)


Medcare was the first group-wide charity that MAG supported in 2011. As well as financial support, MAG gave time for employees with key skills to help transform lives of children. From 2011-2014 MAG raised funds to enable the refurbishment and extension of the Wellspring Children’s Medical Centre, at a cost of £200,000. This work, which was completed in 2014, is providing opportunities for Medcare to treat thousands more children each year and to develop specialties to assist those children suffering from malaria, HIV/AIDS and those with physical disabilities and cerebral palsy.

Charlie Cornish, MAG’s Chief Executive, said, “I am confident that our work will make a huge difference to people who need help.”

MAG also provided funds to assist with sustainability of the enlarged medical centre for a 3 year period.

AIRBUS Facilities Management and Real Estate Team, Broughton

The Airbus facilities management and real estate team at Broughton Airport  have also raised funds to assist in the devlopment of the Wellspring Home for Disabled Children. Sufficient funds were raised to enable have raised funds to enable the purchase of land in Uganda, on which the new Home is being built.

BEVIE (formerly SPL International)

SPL International

SPL International have supported Medcare activities for a number of years, under the leadership of their founder, Phil Jones. As well as funding various small projects and supporting individual children SPL provided funds for an office assistant in 2013/14. Sadly, Phil died in 2014, but his generosity towards Medcare continued as a legacy through SPL. 

Peter Eastwood, founder of Imake Ltd, New Zealand, worked with Phil for a number of years, and, after Phil’s death, eventually took over the running and development of SPL. In 2018 Imake and SPL combined to become Bevie.  

Bevie continues to support the work of Medcare through provision of funds for the development of the new Wellspring Home for Disabled Children. A team of Bevie employees will travel to Uganda in June/July 2018 to assist in the final preparations for the opening of the new home and to place a plaque in grateful memory of Phil Jones. 

Inner Wheel, Frodsham and Helsby

Inner Wheel, Frodsham and HelsbyThe Frodsham and Helsby Inner Wheel International Committee  have adopted Medcare as their main overseas charity for the past 3 years. We are grateful to all members of the Inner Wheel for their support and hard work on behalf of Medcare. An amazing £4,000 has been raised to date. These funds have assisted in the development of the Wellspring Home for Disabled Children.

Summerseat Methodist Primary School, Bury

Children from Summerseat Methodist Primary School have been supporting a little girl named Tracey for 5 years. Tracey is an AIDS orphan and herself suffers from AIDS. The school have raised money each year to provide food, medicines and a safe home for Tracey. She is growing up into a healthy, happy child.  The donations from the children of Summerseat Methodist Primary have transformed her life.

Beechwood Primary School, Runcorn

Beechwood Primary School raised funds to enable surgery for 3 year old Isaac born with bilateral clubbed feet. Isaac’s story inspired Medcare to develop the MDI sponsorship scheme for disabled children. Since that time the children at Beechwood School have raised money for orthopaedic surgery for Emmanuel, ‘bow leg’ and AIDS, and spinal surgery for Victoria, TB spine. All these children are thriving and happy. The school continues to assist Isaac in his education through the MSI sponsorship scheme. Over the next 12 months the children are planning to raised £720 so that the boy’s dormitory in the new Noeline’s Home can be fully equipped. When he moves into the new orphanage Isaac will be able to sleep on a real bed instead of the floor. This dormitory will be called Beechwood School Dormitory!

King’s Church, Frodsham

Kingís Church, FrodshamKings Church congregation have supported the work of Medcare since its beginnings. In addition to providing spiritual and financial support the Church sponsors Nicholas through the COIN sponsorship project. Nicholas is a young Ugandan boy suffering from AIDS, living in extreme poverty. Many Church members also provide additional support to other very needy children cared for by Medcare.

Funds have been raised for the equipping of the boy’s dormitory in the new Home for Disabled Children. In addition, a team of workers from King’s Church worked tirelessly in sorting, labelling and packing goods to be sent to Uganda in a shipping container in 2018.  

Mount Chapel, Salford

Members of Mount Chapel, Salford have provided funds for the work of Medcare together with beautiful baby layettes to be distributed through the maternity services at Wellspring.  

Brook Chapel, Runcorn

The congregation at Brook Chapel regularly support Medcare  -financially, spiritually and through the practical provision of beautifully knitted baby’s clothes and blankets.

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