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Why MAG?

Clearing the minefield near this well in D.R.Congo improved drinking water facilites for thousands.

Clearing the minefield near this well in D.R.Congo improved water facilites for thousands.

Working with MAG is more than supporting a charity. MAG is a young and dynamic organisation, which means we are flexible in our approach to working with companies.

Our dedicated and experienced staff can help you design an integrated calendar of support which is mutually beneficial. We also have dedicated and experienced media & PR support to maximise awareness of our fundraising partnerships and always work with our partners to set clear and measureable objectives.

“MAG is an amazing organisation to be associated with. Once you realise that MAG’s work is a fundamental prerequisite to any other humanitarian aid and economic regeneration then the case for getting involved is unarguable.

Any company becoming associated with a truly high quality brand like MAG will add substantially to its own brand value. Use of even a modest amount of marketing budget will deliver rapid payback.”

Colin Slight – The Realization Group

Making an impact

MAG plays a pivotal role in development for conflict-affected communities. By removing remnants of conflict which block access to emergency aid, social services, agriculture and trade, both the social and economic potential of a community is improved.

MAG is an innovative, impact-driven global leader in humanitarian mine clearance and armed violence reduction. Your support will enable this work to continue and how we communicate this impact to your employees and stakeholders is a key element of any partnership.

Over the last five years MAG has:

• Returned more than 20,000,000 square metres of safe land to communities

• Destroyed more than 1,500,000 landmines and items of unexploded ordnance (UXO)

This has directly benefitted more than 1,250,000 people around the world, as well as indirectly impacting on other social factors, such as local economies, trade, food security and health.

Case studies 

ANGOLA: Remember them

CAMBODIA: Agricultural workers under threat from cluster bomblets

LIBYA: Now children carry flyers, not UXO

SOMALIA: Playing ‘catch’ with a hand grenade 


For more information on how your company can get involved, please contact Sarah Tavener: 0161 238 5454,

MAG fundraiser focus

Phil Tapsell, Cycle Somme to Flanders

Phil Tapsell, corporate supporter and member of MAG-net raised £1,500 in the Sommes to Flanders bike ride.

Let us help you fundraise

Set up an online sponsor form at JustGiving


Set up an online sponsor page 

Download a sponsor form to print at home


Download a sponsor form

Download the Fundraising Guide


Download our corporate brochure

Sell items online in aid of MAG


Sell on eBay and donate the proceeds

Call us if you need any help


Call us on 0161 238 5486 if you need help

Email us if you need any assistant


Or email us for help and materials

About MAG

MAG (Mines Advisory Group) saves and improves lives by reducing the devastating effects armed violence and remnants of conflict have on people around the world.
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Co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize  |  Registered as a charitable company in the UK  |  Company no: 4016409  Charity no: 1083008  |  ISO 9001:2008 accredited  |  International Mine Action Standards compliant  |  Signatory of the ICRC Code of Conduct  |  Member of the Fundraising Standards Board scheme  |  Registered office: Suite 3A, South Central, 11 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5QR, United Kingdom