At Dreamr, we not just here to be a business. Our company is built on the foundations for doing good for our local community and beyond. Dreamr supports multiple charities throughout the year, with our main charity Macmillen being our major focus.  We have supported major events sich as Sport Relief and Macmillan coffee mornings, but also our local homeless charity, Mustard Tree.

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The Dreamr team clean up Manchester

Support local communities doesn’t always involve raising money. We actively support our local communiuty were we clean-up the street where Dreamr is based. Clearing the streets and making it an even better place to work.

The Dreamr team cycled from Manchester to Penzance to raise money for Sport Relief. We streamed live on YouTube and raised over £300 to support causes country wide.

Dreamr at Walkden High school for National Coding week

We love working with, and for National Coding Week, JC, one of our iOS Developers will be introducing some 25 students, and a few teachers, to HTML in a fun practical session, and maybe sharing with them his journey to becoming a developer. Find out more here.

Dreamr at Manchester Creative Studio for National Coding week

We’re always delighted to work with Manchester Creative Studio, as part of our mission to inspire the next digital generation. Lead iOS Developer Ted, & Android Developer Harry, will be giving hints and tips to help the students develop their coding skills and expand their horizons towards a successful career in web or app development. Find out more here.

Someone developing for National Coding week

The Booth Centre, is a great creative environment – our super-creative iOS developer Ryan will be running a collaborative and what might turn out to be a very noisy session on how you can use code to make music with Sonic Pi. Find out more here.

National coding week day 4 - I came I saw I coded

We was out on the streets with our “I came, I saw, I coded” Instaframe asking you to be part of our mass coding event. We wanted as many people as possible to get involved – so we made it really easy to take part. Keep an eye out on Dreamr’s social media to see where we’re at. Find out more here.

Drink about in the Foundation coffee house Manchester

As Ambassadors for National Coding Week, we’ll be celebrating all the events of the week, along with MadLab in NQ at Foundation from 6 until 8, maybe later, with a few drinks, and a bite to eat. All welcome. Check Eventbrite for full details, and we’d love to see you there. Find out more here.

As Ambassadors for National Coding Week, we’ll be celebrating all the events of the week, along with MadLab in NQ at Foundation from 6 until 8, maybe later, with a few drinks, and a bite to eat. All welcome. Check Eventbrite for full details, and we’d love to see you there. Find out more here.

Support local communities doesn’t always involve raising money. We actively support our local communiuty were we clean-up the street where Dreamr is based. Clearing the streets and making it an even better place to work.

Dreamrs CEO Mylo Kaye

On a weekly basis, Dreamr’s CEO Mylo Kaye goes out and volunteers at the Booth centre in Manchester to help the homeless.

Mylo Kaye and Lynne Makinson Walsh sleep out for the booth centre

In November CEO Mylo Kaye and Head of Aspiration Lynne Makinson-Walsh will be sleeping out in the streets with an aim to raise money to support the Booth Centre and help change the lives of people who are homeless. Please visit their donation page here.

The Dreamr Logo

Dreamr is always on the lookout to further support their local charities and as a result of this, it is allowing all of it’s employees to take a day out of work to go and do something for charity or to volunteer somewhere.

Marketing Manager Tom Britten volunteers at the Donkey Sanctuary

Later this month, Marketing Manager Tom Britten is setting off to the Donkey Sanctuary in Manchester to volunteer for a day on the 30th of September.

Mylo Kaye and Lynne Makinson Walsh sleep out for the booth centre

In November CEO Mylo Kaye and Head of Aspiration Lynne Makinson-Walsh will be sleeping out in the streets with an aim to raise money to support the Booth Centre and help change the lives of people who are homeless. Please visit their donation page here.

Dreamr is alway looking for more ways to contribute to our local community and support causes that are close to our heart. Stay tuned for 2016 where we launch a brand new intuitive for supporting local schools and college in designing and developing apps of the future.