Corporate social responsibility
Every year we commit a significant proportion of our time and profits to several charities, whose invaluable projects we believe in.
Every year we commit a significant proportion of our time to pro-bono work within several charities, whose invaluable projects we believe in. We also donate a minimum of 15% of our profits to various charities, including the ones listed below.
Our plan for the future is to continue our support for existing and new charity projects, reaffirming our commitment to the principles of global learning, development and enjoyment.
All of our Directors take an active role in supporting our nominated charities:
WYSE International specialises in values and leadership education for people from all over the world who care about making a positive contribution in their communities.
Charles Brook says of his experience working with WYSE: “It was one of the most moving things I’ve ever done in my life. All these different people from completely different cultures, from many countries – Kuwait, Egypt, US, Uzbekistan, Australia, Nepal – talking about their differences, but also, above all, their similarities; and how leadership fits into that. They all come together and have amazing conversations about how they can all really make a difference in their own countries.”
www.cherishuganda.org – cherishing children with HIV/AIDS: embracing with them a future of promise.
Cherish Uganda is a faith-based, child-focused NGO. It was established to help orphaned children living with HIV/AIDS. We all act as mentors within these charities as well as giving our personal time to support initiatives in service of them.
Kakunyu school, near Masaka in SW Uganda, is one of the first schools in Uganda to be built specifically for the education and support of children with a wide range of special educational needs. Mary Kabiito, Headteacher, started the school in 2005 in 2 small rooms in her house. Jan Lowe from the UK visited in 2008, and offered to fund the building of a proper school, complete with latrines. The school opened in April 2010 with some 30 pupils: this year, as news of the school has spread, there are 71 children attending daily. With the support of TPC Leadership, a new dormitory will be built for the 30 children who Mary currently looks after in her own small home; and the children will be able to have chairs, desks and books to help them with their education.
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research’s vision is to beat blood cancer. They are dedicated to helping every person with blood cancer survive and to go on to live a full life. Through investing in research, making expert information available to patients when they need it most, offering online supportive communities, and working with other organisations to maximise impact, they are changing the way blood cancer affects people’s lives.