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The Launch of the Zero Alpha Foundation

News   •   Dec 19, 2013 17:08 GMT

Zero Alpha Mobile is proud to announce the launch The Zero Alpha Foundation. 

The Foundation is a grant giving body which is set up to provide financial assistance to established UK Military Charities to aid in their provision of support services and is effectively the charitable arm of Zero Alpha Mobile.

Zero Alpha Mobile provides donations to The Zero Alpha Foundation through sales of mobile phone contracts, pledging 25% of its profits to The Foundation.

The founding Directors of Zero Alpha Mobile are former British Army Soldiers and know all too well the difficulties associated with adjusting from a military life to a civilian life. 

With austerity measures at an all-time high, there is an increased pressure on UK military charities to provide support services for those who are in difficulty, hence the reason in setting up The Zero Alpha Foundation.

We provide grants to support charitable initiatives that are in support of our military veterans, or, for cases of benevolence or crisis; from the re housing of a homeless veteran, right through to helping buy Christmas presents for the children of those who have lost their lives while serving in the military.  

If you want to support the foundation without actually physically handing over cash, then Zero Alpha Mobile can do a great deal on your mobile phone. Our prices and deals are in line with the more mainstream providers, and there are deals where we are more competitive. On top of that the foundation will receive 25% of the profits gained from the associated network deal set up for your new mobile, it is as simple as that!

As the infrastructure of The Zero Alpha Foundation is primarily funded through the Zero Alpha Mobile, there are no salaries and minimal overheads. We are proud to be completely transparent in our fund raising and allocation of funds with 93p in every £1 going to the aid of serving or former military personnel falling on hard times through grants paid to existing charities.

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