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Airwave is honoured to work with and partner Chestnut Tree House.

Chestnut Tree House is a children’s charity providing hospice care services and community support for children and young people with progressive life-shortening conditions. Covering East and West Sussex, Brighton & Hove and South East Hampshire, the hospice cares for 300 children and young adults from 0-19.

Chestnut's goal is to provide the best quality of life for children, young people and their families, and to offer practical, social and spiritual support throughout each child’s life, however short it may be. 

It currently costs over £3.5m a year to provide all the care services provided by Chestnut Tree House. Families are never charged for their care and less than 7p in every pound is funded by the government, so a heavy reliance is placed on the help and support of people like us.

Airwave and the SCCI Group are organising a series of activities throughout the course of 2018 and plan to raise as much money as possible for this fabulous cause. If you'd like to support any of our fund-raising activities, we'd be very grateful - see below for more details:


Three Peaks Challenge - 29th June 2018

On Friday 29th June 2018,  21 members of the SCCI Group of companies completed the Three Peaks Challenge, climbing the highest mountain in England, Scotland and Wales.

Aiming to raise enough money to pay for a day's operating costs at the Chestnut Tree House children's hospice, we asked family, friends, partners and colleagues to sponsor our completion of what's known to be a gruelling challenge, requiring supreme tenacity and determination.  

Not only did we climb three mountains in record breaking temperatures, we raised over £8,000 for the hospice.  To find out more about our adventure, click here.


South Downs Marathon - 23rd August 2019

2019's Chestnut Tree House charity event saw the Airwave team and partners (Samsung, Philips, LG, Sky and Wifirst) walk 30 miles from Eastbourne Pier to Brighton Pier across the hilly South Downs. Once again, the temperature was akin to the surface of the sun and made life very difficult for the walkers.

Click here to read a report or watch a vide of the day's progress.

And of course, it's never too late to donate:



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