Supporting our local community is something close to our hearts at Integrity. We work with several charities and local football teams to help them continue the great work they do for people of all ages within our community.
For us, community isn’t just about people outside of our business, we believe it is important to create a community environment for our people too – making them feel part of the Integrity family and proud of what we do.
We're hosting a series of live events across Europe and the US, and the first one was held in Ireland on 17th November. We had a number of influential guest speakers (including our very own Chris Reid), who talked about Cell & Gene Therapy and how the industry is tackling the challenges of developing quality products from manufacturing through clinical applications, commercialisation, regulatory issues, to right sized automation and quality solutions. It was a great success. Details of our next events will be released soon...
aCGT Vector are bringing point-of-care cell therapy platform deployment to cancer hospital centres, digitising manufacture of precision personalised medicines at a scale of N=1 patient. The platform will produce both cell therapies and data that will increase cancer patient access to CAR-T therapy initially, the leading cell modality. To find out more about the amazing work they do click here GMP in a POD - aCGT Vector
The Hope Hub in Surrey send their thanks to Spectris UK and Integrity for their donations of IT equipment. It means they can help those who cannot afford a laptop to join the digital age. It makes the most enormous difference to be able to extend their IT Connect project into permanent giving. Service users attend digital skills training to get up to speed. This wouldn't be possible without donations like this.
The Hope Hub is an amazing charity that’s been set up to prevent and end homelessness within the Surrey Heath borough and surrounding areas. We along with several other businesses provide donations of food and supplies to help keep the vulnerable off the streets and have access to the necessities they need.If you’d like to help in anyway, please visit www.thehopehub.org.uk
Circus Starr brings the fun of the circus to disabled and disadvantaged children and their families who have found it difficult in the past. This incredible charity hosts 148 shows every year, and with the help of some remarkable people and generous organisations they’re able offer tickets for free.Discover more about Circus Starr at www.circus-starr.org.uk
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland works across the country in the heart of local communities providing dementia specific services and support. The have been caring for people for 40 years!If someone you know needs support, please visit www.alzheimer.ie