CJ Medical is engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at a grass roots level. We offer support for projects run by individuals and communities, making a real, positive and measurable difference to lives.
CJ Medical is a proud supporter of St. Ives Community Choir
The St. Ives Community Choir, a non-for-profit organisation, has been able to update the equipment and rent premises for practice sessions owing to the sponsorship from CJ Medical.
The choir has raised many thousands of pounds for local charities and for the past four years, some of the choir members have travelled to Devon & Somerset to perform further fundraising concerts.
CJ Medical CSR Operating at Real Grass Roots Level in India
175 Children from Vidyarthi Sbhoddaya High School Receive Generous Donation, Read The Story
Cornwall Community Foundation & C100 Club
We are proud to be associated with Cornwall Community Foundation and C100 Club and is actively committed via subscriptions and events to raise money that can be granted to community projects in the county of Cornwall. Read More
Sponsorship of Junior Golfer - Morgan Craven
CJ Medical, as part of the company's commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility, is delighted to sponsor a young and promising junior golfer, Morgan Craven Read The Story
Donating to Good Causes
Debbie and Andrea of CJ Medical Take Part in the 5k Rainbow Run to Raise Funds for Children's Hospice South West Find Out More
Supporting St. Ives Community Choir
Charles Reynolds of CJ Medical, accompanied by his wife Louise donated an iPad for St. Ives Community Choir Accompanist, which Alison Ashbywhich will use instead of fighting with the paper music and clothes pegs. Visit St. Ives Community Choir
CJ Medical Sponsors Falmouth Half Marathon Runner Ian Veal raising funds for Cornwall Hospice Care
Falmouth Half Marathon, organised by Cornwall Hospice Care was the first of the races of the Cornish Grand Prix calendar. A hilly and demanding course was a challenge aided by some unusually warm weather for the time of year! All funds went to Cornwall Hospice Care, a fantastic charity looking after individuals with terminal care.