"Thanks to this support, I can finally help an organisation I have been meaning to work with for a long time because I'm in line with its purpose: empowering women and transforming their lives. For over 10 years I saw my HR peers struggle to hire women in tech. Laboratoria's model is simple, yet disruptive: through a six-month bootcamp women are prepared to enter the tech job market. I love that Laboratoria is able to find and develop female talent where no one else is looking, solving a market need and contributing to making the corporate world more diverse."
Citlali M., sponsor of a professional integration project in Brazil
"I have been involved in the preservation of our environment in my day-to-day activities for many years, and being part of the AECVH organisation is one way of upholding the fundamental value of sharing knowledge as a lever for environmental protection. We work as a collective, taking concrete steps at the local level to create bonds between people from different generations. These connected beehives, for example, will demonstrate the importance of biodiversity, show how fragile the balance really is, and prove to people that our choices and actions have a tangible impact on the world around us..."
Laurence L., sponsor of an environmental project near Auriol.
"Belfast is a fast-growing UK technology hub and I think this project is vital to introduce new people, who might otherwise have been neglected, to the opportunities in the technology sector. Farset Labs is an amazing charity who gives everyone access to education and tech equipment at a very low cost. Thales is one of Belfast's biggest employers and I think we have a responsibility to help organisations like these to give access to technology to everyone in our local community."
James L., sponsor of an education project in Belfast