Our commitment to investing in the future is vital. Our CSR framework is designed to pledge our resources across both medium and long term projects and partnerships to enable us to give back to the community.

  • Donating 1% of our annual revenue - to our 3 selected chosen charity partners; WLT, stem4 & Little Lives. They all tackle important problems that we value including sustainability of our planet, supporting mental health using technology and providing opportunities for disadvantaged or disabled children locally.

  • Going neutral - we have offset our carbon emissions to become a carbon neutral company and have all committed to reducing our personal footprint.

  • Ban on plastic - we’ve replaced all our plastic water bottles in the office with reusable glass ones.

 
 
 

stem4

A teenage mental health charity.

Young people have just as much right to accessing facts about good mental health as they do good physical health, and yet there is a lack of accurate information.
Embarrassment or social stigma surrounding mental health issues can so easily lead to confusion with what may be normal development, as opposed to the early development of a mental health issue.

 

WORLD LAND TRUsT

An international conservation charity that protects the world’s most biologically significant and threatened habitats acre by acre.

Through a network of partner organisations around the world, WLT funds the creation of reserves and provides permanent protection for habitats and wildlife. Partnerships are developed with established and highly respected local organisations who engage support and commitment among the local community.

 

LiTTLE LIVES

Children's Charity supporting disabled and disadvantaged children.

London is a vibrant city with many opportunities and a strong sense of community. Despite this, many children are affected by poverty. Little Lives UK is proud to be a London-based charity whose primary focus is children.
Little Lives are passionate about providing support and opportunities to children who are disabled or disadvantaged in key local areas.