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Corporate Social Responsibility

We are dedicated to a variety of CSR projects

We encourage all our employees to get involved with the CSR projects within our organisation in all our regional offices.

Additionally, employees are given two paid days per year to take part in their own CSR initiatives or community projects.

Digital Futures

Digital Futures is a digital skill, curriculum support and careers insights programme for schools and colleges in Greater Manchester.

Our teams work with other organisations and employers to deliver seminars to school leavers and high school students and help them to understand more careers opportunities in the IT and technology sectors.

 

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CSR Projects and Events

  • Amala was established 2016, in response to the gap in quality education provision for displaced youth.

    We support this organisation as we also believe that young refugees have the right to quality education. Currently only 23% of refugees around the world have the opportunity to go to high school, and only 1% progress to university.

    Amala offers transformational learning programmes at upper secondary education level to displaced youth and their host communities to improve their lives and open up opportunities for the future.

  • Members of our staff regularly conduct mock interviews for young school leavers to prepare them for real-life job interview situations.

    Working with other leading employers in Manchester, we deliver career seminars, looking at opportunities for school leavers; offering advice and guidance for their future career goals.

  • The Refugee Education Chios project, started under Be Aware and Share in 2016, began as an urgent response to the appalling conditions endured by children and youth on Chios.

    Our teams work with suppliers of stationary to send materials for use in the classrooms.

  • We are proud supporters of the Global Girl Project (GGP), an international NGO that mobilises disadvantaged girls throughout the developing world to become agents of social change in their own communities, through both online and cultural exchange programs.

  • NCC Education take part in the annual Didsbury Business Games in Manchester, UK. With other local businesses, we compete against each other in events such as tennis, boules, and canoeing. All monies raised go to The Christie, the largest single site cancer centre in Europe.

  • Friday morning cakes and a cup of tea for the Macmillan Coffee Morning at our head office. As part of the activity, we took on the ‘dunk the biscuit in the tea’ challenge!