Our charity partners

We work with several charities that are aligned with our values and help to shape the society that we want to live in.

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Charities we work with

As members of 1% for the Planet, we pledge to give 1% of our revenue to approved non-profit organisations focused on the environment. 

In 2019, we started planting trees in a rewilding program in the Scottish Highlands with Trees for Life as a way to sync, rather than offset, our carbon emissions.

We are based in Somerset House, an iconic London building and cultural centre operated for the people by the Somerset House Trust. Our business rent helps support the financial viability of the trust and we do our best to contribute to Somerset House’s cultural community.

We are proud members of Surfers Against Sewage’s business membership, the 250 Club, supporting the amazing work they do to reduce the impact of climate change.

We’ve long supported charity Possible, with their mission to speed up action on climate change, with a monthly donation and targeted support on specific projects.

We support the fantastic work of not-for-profit organisation Green Web Foundation, towards a more sustainable web, with an annual donation.

As a team, we also make small individual pledges that have a big collective impact as proud members of Do Nation.

We make an annual donation to SolarAid, contributing towards projects that directly help to tackle climate change.

Article 39 was our charity of the year in 2018, and we were proud to help them launch the Rights 4 Children website, helping vulnerable young children to more easily access, and therefore fight for, their rights.

Improving search for vulnerable children

We started volunteering at Treehouse School in 2017, and have returned as often as we can, offering our time and occasional financial donations, to help support the amazing work they are doing for autistic children.

We send all of our old computers to Computers 4 Africa, to help with their mission of lifting people out of the poverty trap by making modern devices available to those who do not have easy access to technology.

We donate monthly to Excellent Development, to support the work they are doing to help the world’s poorest people transform their lives through water and soil conservation.

It’s our ambition to be a truly sustainable business, and we’re constantly stretching our own vision of what that means. We plant trees every month for our clients, to help sync, rather than offset, our carbon emissions.

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Our 2020 charity of the year, it’s ecotourism organisation Crees Manu’s mission to not only protect the Amazon rainforest, but also to empower the people of Manu. Their work helps local people achieve sustainable livelihoods and improved living standards, through ecotourism experiences that support local conservation and community projects.

Our 2020 charity of the year

We support global aid and development charity Oxfam by donating to their cause. From women’s rights to water, earthquakes to education, Oxfam does life-changing, groundbreaking work in 67 countries across the world.

Our 2021 charity of the year, International Rivers is a US based organisation working globally to protect rivers around the world, and the communities that rely on them.

Meaningful work for charities

We work with charities of various sizes to create beautiful and functional websites that are easy to navigate and provide a great user experience.

Our work with charities
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