money.co.uk recently donated to a group of charities and non-profit organisations such as Girls Not Brides, Action Aid, Giving Africa and Water Aid to support poorer communities establish sustainability schemes, further human rights and promote education for all.
On the 1st November a team of eight employees from money.co.uk volunteered to support the maintenance of some of Cheltenham's green spaces through Involve Gloucestershire in partnership with Cheltenham Borough Council.
money.co.uk is proud to be the main sponsor of the Young Enterprise's Learn to Earn programme. It's a fantastic initiative that empowers young people with the training, guidance and information they need to make smart choices about their future.
This year everyone in the money.co.uk team got to donate £5,000 to a charity they feel passionately about. Thanks to our MD Chris's pledge to donate 10% of company profits to good causes we have been able to help some brilliant charities and not for profit organisations.
"I supported the James Hopkins Trust simply because of James' story and the excellent work they do. The JHT do so much for life limited and severely disabled young children and their families in the local area".
"Unicef was my charity of choice because of the work it does in conflict zones for children, and how they focus on reintegrating children back into their communities. I discovered they focus on the five big dangers children face in the world today: violence, exploitation and abuse, disease, hunger, war and conflict, and Disaster. It was great to see the donation was doubled by the UK Government too!".
"I selected this charity as someone close to me died of a brain tumour. Hopefully, with more money and research this is something people can treat and beat in future".