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.
Founded by James Mak and Ashley Cooke, we're a team based in the Manchester PwC office, who are passionate about supporting an international development charity.
We are a group of professionals who are passionate about supporting a cause related to health, well being or education. Our aim is to collaborate with our chosen charity to create a positive social impact.
We have partnered with Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland (SBH Scotland) to carry out a feasibility study into the possibility of developing a sustainable income via a charity retail shop. This will assist them in achieving long term financial sustainability and help with core running costs. We are passionate about making a real difference to SBH Scotland and are very excited to get started! This EY team is co-founded by Kevin Sweeney and myself.
This team is co-founded by Justine Rens and myself. Like many of us, we've had a very fortunate upbringing. We know very well that the opportunities we got aren't available for everyone. For a lot of people, there's a lack of quality education, support for new families, and too much discrimination from employers based on people's protected characteristics and background. We're looking to put together a team that is passionate about social issues like education, equal access to employment, gender equality etc. and is as enthusiastic as us to help a charity make a bigger impact.
This team is founded by Alex Cole and we have a range of interests spreading across the range of BeyondMe's work. We will aim to provide support to our charity that is friendly, informative and value-adding.
FRANK Water works with local partners to deliver equitable, sustainable solutions to water and sanitation issues in the poorest and most vulnerable communities in India and beyond.
A group of young professionals in Edinburgh helping SBH Scotland to further its mission of providing essential services, care and advice to people affected by Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus
We are a group of professionals that care mostly about tacking challenges faced by charities in the following areas: Education, Prevention and relief of poverty, International development, Employability & skills as well as Issues affecting women. So are you ready to apply your professional skills to help a social cause? Let’s all get involved in contributing to a great movement!
We will use our time, skills, and enthusiasm to support a charity with long-term and sustainable social and environmental objectives.
The projects I have long-listed are mostly acting in the areas of greatest poverty in Africa and Asia. The majority of these projects would involve our team helping the charity to scale up. I have chosen these types of projects so that we can use our skills to massively increase the impact of these charities.
In 2012, 12.7% of the worlds population lived at or below $1.90 a day. Thats 896 million people. We are passionate about international development and partnering with a charity that wants to make a massive difference to a community.
The Ben&Jerrys Inquisitive Collective Engagement Squad The BEST team (from Ben & Jerry's). Changing the world one scoop at a time!
This team has been co-founded by Adam and Rahim who are currently looking for the remaining members of our team. We want to decide on our charity and cause after we have found the rest of our team so that everyone has a stake in the project and can get behind it.
We are a group of professionals who are passionate about supporting a cause related to homelessless, children or education. We believe that working together as a team will help us reach a shared goal with the charity we end up supporting.
We are looking for a group of fun, passionate and dedicated people who want to volunteer their time, energy, skills and money to collaborate with a charity and together help make a difference in the world! We are particularly looking for people who want to work on projects that are related to the following themes: Education, Women's Rights and Poverty Reduction. We have currently selected 3 projects that will suit people who are interested in both Local and International Development. I'm happy to have a discussion with people about their interests, how they work best and how can be most effective. Please give me a shout if you want to make a positive impact and are interested in the above areas! We would love for you to join us!
We will be helping Bethany Trust out with one of two projects to help them as they deal with homelessness in Edinburgh.
Team Meraki are a recently formed team of PwC associates across a number of lines of service. 'Meraki' is a word of Greek etymology meaning the soul, creativity or love put into something; the essence of yourself that is put into your work. We want to closely align ourselves to our chosen BeyondMe project and engage with such commitment to leave a lasting impression. Having not previously been involved in BeyondMe, we are all very excited for the challenges and opportunities that it will present.