Through BeyondMe, teams of ambitious, motivated professionals can make a big difference to a charity project by providing their skills and money at the right time, in the right way.
A dedicated Deloitte committed to support 10:10, a fantastic environmental campaigns charity
We are currently a team of 4 looking for our charity.. Zoe is currently working for a large public sector client on a large technology change project on customer engagement. James is working on a private sector client on their strategy. Charlotte is working for a large financial services client as part of the technology delivery team for a digital project. Chris has a keen interest in digital innovation; his focus is on understanding customer and business specific needs to design solutions that drive transformation. His professional experience is in business analysis, digital propositions, user-centred design and end-to-end product delivery.
The Orchard Project help people get outside and develop skills to grow their own fruit in community orchards (www.theorchardproject.org.uk) . To reduce food waste, they collect any unused fruit for volunteers to create cider and apple juice, which they sell to raise further funding for their work. They need our help to make this part of their business more innovative and more profitable. They'll also be working with one of the largest, most well-known cider businesses in the UK so this will be a great opportunity to help knit the two organisations together. If you're interested in helping reduce food waste, improving individuals' wellbeing by getting people outdoors and fostering a sense of community spirit, then this could be the project for you!
New team primarily from Deals Tax at PwC. We are all enthusiastic and are looking forward to helping out on a charity project! Utilising the skills we have from working on deals across EMEA, and hopefully developing too.
We are a team of consulting professionals in the Sustainability & Climate Change practice of PwC. We are interested in the issue of sustainability in agriculture and exploring innovative solutions to tackle the problems in our food system.
Hello! Thanks for coming across the team. Our team is slightly unusual in that we are keen to work with the School of Hard Knocks, a social inclusion charity which runs courses that use sport to tackle the issues surrounding unemployment, antisocial behaviour, crime, health and education - see http://schoolofhardknocks.org.uk/what-we-do/ for more information. The origin of my motivation as founder lies in my work pre-Deloitte in the government's Child Poverty and Social Mobility Commission. Across our team so far we have people motivated by the charity's mission, interest in sport, and a genuine desire to do something beyond our day jobs with a real social impact. We are looking for a final team member to join us in this project - please do get in touch with me to find out more as we would love to hear from you!
We are a group of like-minded individuals hoping to bring our skills together for a cause we all care about.
Harry & I are both 1st year analysts in Deloitte's strategy consulting practice (Monitor Deloitte), interested in doing some pro-bono consulting work for a charitable organisation. Our core skillset lies in strategic overview, development of strategic models & data analysis.
A team of Deloitte staff ready to make change with a brilliant environmental charity.
This team is looking for members to join. Fancy joining it?
This team has been co-founded by Adam and Rahim and we'll be supporting South London Cares, a community network of young professionals and older neighbours hanging out and helping one another in our rapidly changing city.
The Commonwealth 2022 is taking place in Birmingham and currently there are no clear projects or incentives that have been implemented within the Corporate world in Birmingham. The team at PwC will therefore endeavor to support Groundwork to make a corporate stamp on Commonwealth 2022 through an action based project that will be first planned and put in place in PwC Birmingham which, Groundwork can then take Birmingham-wide.
Corporate affairs team from PwC, looking to build trust in society and solve important problems.
This team is looking for members to join. Fancy joining it?
We are a team of young management consultants (less than 5 years experience) from PPL and (hopefully!) other consultancies in the MCA group. We're particularly interested in working on projects with an education focus as we think everyone deserves access to a great education.
We are enthusiastic about education and understand the importance of it to the younger generation of today. We are a team with diverse skills, including modelling capabilities, market research, and data analytics. We are excited to start working with the charity and making a difference to the communities.
Aiming to help people and organisations, and to make real impacts by building a team that has great synergy and passion towards what we are doing. Our interest includes (but not limit to) helping children and young people widen their choices in life and help them reshape their future paths.
The PwC Dragons are a team of individuals whose lives have been affected by Mental Health either directly or indirectly. We are all members of the DAWN Network at PwC (Disability, Ability, and Wellbeing Network). Whilst we bring together a wealth of understanding of Mental Health, we have a wide range of experience from Sustainability and Climate Change, through to Technology. Our Charity Partner, The Mental Fight Club host 'The Dragon Cafe' on Monday's in Borough, London. Our project with the Charity will be looking at a variety of issues, including achieving financial sustainability, raising awareness of Mental Health, offering careers and employability advice to patrons of 'The Dragon Cafe', and also looking at improving online presence.