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.
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.
This team is co-founded by myself and George Brighten, and we are looking for a team that is passionate about tackling social issues. We have a range of interests including, but not limited to, health & fitness, homelessness, and mental health. Our aim is to work together to make a real impact in the lives of others over the next year. If you want to help us make a difference, join our team.
Jenny and I co-founded this team with the two of us working within the corporate tax team at EY (our jobs are really interesting, honestly). We attended the BeyondMe Bootcamp and we were really impressed with what we saw so we wanted to get involved. BeyondMe offers up the opportunity for us to really use the skills we have developed over the course of our careers for a great cause. We now have a team of seven of us from the corporate tax team and we are looking to get involved with a project that we can get stuck in to from start to finish and make a difference beyond the realms of corporate tax.
We are a BeyondMe team made up of 5 members from PwC. The team work across a number of lines of service, including; Assurance, Deals and Consulting, bringing together a range of skills and knowledge that we believe will bring value to your Charity. Our diverse backgrounds and experiences provide us with a unique and broad range of skills which stimulates our ability to provide innovative and creative solutions to make impactful and positive change. In particular we are passionate about improving the lives of those around us, tackle inequalities and providing equal opportunities for everyone.
Our team combines the brains and energy of BeyondMe, Ficshelf, Bloodstone Consulting and We-Three. We're going to donate our time, skills and cash to an inspiring project, make great connections with others as passionate as we are, and have fun doing it!
The cause that will be tackled by this team will be determined at the first meeting with input from all members.
We think the Beyond Me vision of professionals utilising their skillsets, time and money to benefit the social sector is just great - our team would love to apply this by working with a charity involved in International Development. Although currently open-minded as to the particular project we will be working on, we all are interested about the impact we can have, and value that we can generate for them. If this sounds interesting to you, do get involved!
We're a team of consultants who are passionate about education, who are working with Voice 21 to support them in their mission to improve the teaching of oracy in schools
Our team was co-founded by myself and Emily Byrne, and is made up of individuals from across Consulting at Deloitte. We are keen to make an impact beyond the reach of our day jobs, and all feel strongly about sustainability and looking after the environment. We have partnered with Renewable World for the year to help them with their Awesome Autumn campaign, which is aimed at increasing engagement and awareness of the great work they do.
Girl Effect is a charity that aims to empower girls to change their lives through building youth brands and mobile platforms. Its work is based on its belief that, when given the opportunity, girls are able to lift their countries out of poverty. We are all passionate about contributing to inspiring and empowering women in those less-developed countries. We are aiming in the coming year to help Girl Effect analyse the commercial sector in incorporating girls, women and gender equality into its business strategy and consolidating the learnings to provide recommendations for its future business positioning.
We are a team from Deloitte Technology Consulting who are supporting Right to Succeed in further developing the way in which they define, engage and communicate with their network of partners in deliberate, meaningful and strategic ways. Right to Succeed have a varied range of delivery partners from international organisations providing literacy online tests for students to small charities that provide consultancy work around a schools’ vision setting. Our focus is on helping Right to Succeed and their associated schools and youth organisations to; • Understand and codify the value of the work their partners can do • How they keep partners (past, current and potential) engaged • How the partner network can help Right to Succeed communicate their value and work to youth organisations and the young people they aim to serve
We're a team from across Expedia working with Frank Water on their Challenge India Project.
This team is co-founded by myself and five others who met at the BeyondMe boot-camp on Saturday 7th April. We have created a team that is keen to donate their time and skills and passionate about tackling social issues. We have a range of interests including, but not limited to, creating opportunities for women around the world, poverty and sustainability. Our aim is to work together to make a real impact in the lives of others over the next year. If you want to help us make a difference, join our team!
We are an enthusiastic team who are passionate and driven about using our professional skills to work alongside worthwhile causes to empower change. All professions and skills are welcome and would make a great addition. If you want to really make a difference and have fun whilst doing it, then apply or drop us a message.
The Strategy & Analysis team (team StratAn) are consultants to EY's executive leadership. We support the Markets agenda to enable management decisions at the Global, Area and Service Line levels through rigorous process, expertise in analytics and objective fact-based perspectives. The team consists of 25+ professionals located in London, New York, Boston, Washington, DC and Sydney. We have a mix of professional skill-sets covering strategy development and implementation, thought leadership, competitive intelligence and data analytics expertise.