Weʼre raising £3,000 to make sure that we hit our goal of raising £10k to split across our four partner charities who do amazing work for our local community
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In honour of Passion turning 10 years old this year, we are raising £10k for our local partner charities, The Baytree Centre, Football Beyond Borders, Community TechAid and The Platform Café. We've already raised £7k but need your help to get us to that golden £10k figure.
Passion started out 10 years ago by managing charity ad grant accounts and working with charities has remained a core foundation of what we do to this day. We now have four local charities that we partner with to carry out pro bono digital marketing work and support what they do in any way we can.
Find out more about the incredible work your donation will support below.
The Baytree Centre is an educational charity for women and girls, based in the heart of Brixton. Their focus is providing education and support programmes to enhance confidence and improve the lives of migrants and refugees. The support they provide for young women and girls is truly inspiring, they've created a safe environment where you can be yourself, learn and improve your life chances. These women and girls have often fled the most traumatic circumstances including war, famine and persecution. We've heard first-hand how important Baytree is in providing a safe space to build a community and learn valuable skills. It's a charity that does the most amazing work and with current global events, one that needs further support to continue its essential service.
Football Beyond Borders is an education and social inclusion charity that combines young people's love of football with educational opportunities. They exist to support those children who may find it difficult to fulfil their potential to ensure there is an environment they can thrive in. This charity changes young peoples' lives, without it some young people would fall off the system and be vulnerable to gang violence, drug and alcohol abuse and few job prospects. They use football as a mechanism to keep children in school and safer from the increasing threats that surround them in their deprived communities.
Community TechAid is a charity fighting to bridge the digital divide in south London communities. Their belief is that sustainable access to technology and digital education shouldn't be limited based on your socio-economic background and they provide devices to people who need them the most. As a digital company we had a lot of old tech lying around unused and to be able to donate this to TechAid knowing that the device will be used by people to apply for jobs online, create a CV, book doctor's appointments and the myriad of things access to digital devices allows us to do that we simply take for granted is so valuable, not to mention that it minimises waste to boot. This charity do all the hard work for you, including wiping devices to ensure privacy is upheld. It simply makes sense and they need our support as they are on the frontline of the battle to bridge the digital divide.
The Platform Café is a community kitchen and event space that provides employment opportunities for those that fall through the cracks in the system and are not given a chance in society. They celebrate diversity through the food they serve and provide free meals for those that need it most. These small charities are often overlooked and even a small donation to them would make a huge difference.
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