The secret is having the strength to believe. To believe all things are possible, even in tough conditions. Through self-belief, teamwork and communication you can achieve extraordinary things.”
Coreco is an extraordinary company. We believe.
At Coreco, we believe that supporting the local community is what matters most. Which is why you won’t see us embarking on large advertising campaigns, or shouting about just how good we think we are for the sake of it.
We would much rather target our support and brand to places where it is more appreciated, from our support for AFC Wimbledon, a team who grew up the hard way and thrives with local support, to sponsorship of kids teams at the grassroots level.
In March of 2015, we are delighted to say that Coreco have collectively raised over £3,000 for charity through the efforts of our wonderful guys ‘n’ girls, from jumping out of a plane at 13,000 ft for the wonderful Alex’s Wish charity, to the Virtical Rush of running up 42 flights of stairs at Tower 42 for Shelter.
Coreco were also delighted to sponsor the Music Department at Woodcroft Primary School in Edgware. Although we can’t claim any direct responsibility, their excellent staff went on to win the award for “Best School Music Department 2015″ at 2015 Music Teacher Awards of Excellence.
To be recognised as one of the best schools in the country for music is a fabulous achievement. As the school mentioned, “It is a credit to Ms Sherring and the whole music team, but most of all the pupils! Their dedication and enthusiasm to learn make it all worthwhile.”
It is things like this that make us at Coreco smile the most!
Coreco have also been busy sponsoring Bancroft RFC Youth Section and we are delighted to see that the Under 7′s won their section in the Great Yarmouth Rugby Festival, whilst congratulations go to the Under 11′s winning the Essex Festival.
Meanwhile, our own intrepid Finance Director, Francois has been clocking up miles round the world in all manor of contraptions and Coreco were pleased to sponsor his “Round India in a Tuk-Tuk” jaunt.
Luckily he did not end up trapped in No-Mans-Land, like his last trip in Kazakhstan and came safely back to us. Next up could be a water based adventure and whilst many people think he is slightly mad, we think he is pretty cool!
There are a myriad of opportunities and reasons why Coreco would like to help, so if you have a proposal for us please do not hesitate to contact us.