MPRO - Business Mobile Phone Repair Centre Leeds and Bradford, Samsung Warranty Repairs

MPRO are proud to be working alongside a number of charities to help raise vital funds through the recycling of old mobile phones. MPRO has integrated the charities shown below into the Sell Order process on this website so that people selling their old phone can automatically choose to donate the value of a device to one of them instead of themself. Raising money through recycling an old mobile phone not only helps generate these funds for the charity but also helps towards saving the environment by reducing the amount of electronic devices being thrown away and sent to landfill.

If you work for a charity and wish to be added to our Sell Order system, please contact us on 0844 4141417 and we will be happy to arrange a meeting, we can also help with setting up and running a recycling scheme within your charity, school or organisation. We can provide collection bins and also arrange free of charge quarterly collections from your premises.

We have provided more information about the good work carried out by our chosen charities below, you can also link through to their websites for further information.


Sue Ryder Care - Manorlands Hospice
We offer a full range of advice, support and treatment for people who are living at home and for those who require inpatient care. We work very closely with the patients family, GPs and nurses in the community to help people live independently. We visit people in their own homes, invite then to attend our day hospice for therapies and if necessary offer them a short inpatient stay if their symptoms require additional investigation or management. We also work very closely with the specialist teams in the local hospitals to ensure that people are referred as quickly as possible and offered support once discharged home or to our inpatient unit.
Hillside Animal Sanctuary
Hillside Animal Sanctuary was founded in 1995 to help and campaign for animals in need and most importantly, to bring public awareness to the millions of animals suffering every day in the intensive factory farming industry. Although at Hillside we have given sanctuary to over 500 horses, ponies and donkeys, most of our residents have been rescued from the farming industry.
Cancer Support - Bradford & Airedale
Cancer Support Bradford & Airedale is a local independent charity established in 1988. We are unique, providing free face-to-face support services and are the only charity of our kind in West Yorkshire. Last year over 3,500 people accessed our Information, Transport. Wellbeing and Welfare Rights services. We are proud to have supported people affected by cancer for the past 25 years. You could help us to make sure we around for the next 25, to support everyone who needs us.
Viva - Vegitarians International Voice for Animals
Viva! was founded in 1994 by Juliet Gellatley who is the organisations director. She also founded Viva!s sister group, a registered charity called the Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation, in 2002 see The most powerful action you can take to end animal suffering, improve your health, protect the environment and bring fairness to the worlds poor is to stop eating meat, dairy and fish. Support us and help Viva! campaign for a better world. Juliet Gellatley, Founder & Director of Viva!
Age UK - Blackburn with Darwen
Age UK Blackburn with Darwen is the new name for Age Concern Blackburn with Darwen. Our name changed on 1st October 2011.We were established in 1976 as a local independent registered charity. Over the last 35 years we have worked with thousands of local older people providing a range of community based services. We are a member of the national Age England Association, which is made up of partners across England. Our common cause is to help make later life fulfilling and enjoyable experience and promote the wellbeing of older people.
Wilf Ward Family Trust
The Wilf Ward Family Trust was founded in November 1986 to give relief to carers through the provision of residential respite units and day facilities. Our work began when our founding Trustees Wilf and Phyllis Ward established Isabella Court in Pickering as a Short Break service for people with disabilities. Since then The Trust has grown and offers a range of services to children and young people with disabilities, adults with disabilities and older people.
Yorkshire Air Ambulance
The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is an independent charity providing a life saving rapid response emergency service to 5 million people across Yorkshire. We fly seven days a week, 365 days a year, covering a vast landscape that not only includes major cities and motor ways, but also rural and isolated locations. To keep providing this life saving service the charity needs to raise £9990 per day to keep both of Yorkshires Air Ambulances maintained and in the air.
Sight Airedale
sight Airedale (formerly Keighley and District Association for the Blind) is a Yorkshire based sight impairment charity, supporting registered sight impaired people living in Keighley and surrounding areas.
St Gemma´s Hospice
Opened in 1978 St Gemma´s is the largest hospice in Yorkshire and one of the largest in England. Its a friendly, warm and safe place at the heart of the local community with a large range of expert services to support patients, their families and friends. Care is focussed around the needs of the individual and we are respectful of all beliefs, religions and cultures.
Halifax RLFC Supporters Trust
Halifax Supporters Trust or FAX TRUST as it is known locally, was set up to raise funds for the U20s team at Halifax RLFC. MPRO are helping to raise these funds through recycling old mobiles at matches and other events held at Shay Stadium, the home of Halifax RLFC.
Great North Air Ambulance
An air ambulance charity serving Cumbria, the North East and North Yorkshire 365 days a year. We need to raise 4 million pounds a year to keep our three helicopters flying.
Heartbeat of Sport
Heartbeat of Sport is a UK charity based in Elland, West Yorkshire. Formed in October 2012, the charity was started by local businessman Tony Abbott and focuses on one main goal, to reduce the number of Sudden Cardiac Arrests SCAs that happen in sports and the sporting community.