How we make a difference
We’re aware of our responsibility towards our employees and associates. We aim to create a working environment where everyone feels included and supported — irrespective of their beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, or any other personal characteristics.
We’re committed to diversity and inclusion and promoting equality of opportunity for all, and we’re working to create a culture and environment where every individual can make the best use of their skills. Through partnerships with inclusive job boards, we make sure that that our vacancies reach the widest audience possible. We also believe in giving our people the opportunity to develop and grow, and offer training budgets for our employees to use on courses, memberships, and resources.
We care about our people, our customers, and also our local and wider communities. That’s why we’re partnered with leading charities who support the climate, human rights, and diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Here’s how we're working with our corporate partners to make a difference.
War Child’s mission is to protect, educate, and stand up for the rights of children caught up in war and conflict. They have been helping children from across war-torn countries for over 27 years.
We started our partnership in 2019, and have been involved in many projects including Peace Band, a steps challenge setting out to cover the distance of the earth’s circumference.
Our carbon offset has increased from 90% in 2019 to 125% in 2021, and we pledge to continue to offset at 125% or higher as we work toward becoming climate positive by 2050.
Our policy dictates that where we can reduce our emissions, we do. Anything that we can’t reduce we choose to offset through strategic partnerships, such as Evergreen.
Evertreen is the only platform worldwide enabling users to plant real trees online and track them via satellite.
The Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation
The Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation exists to inspire a more equal, inclusive society that encourages opportunities for marginalised young people in the UK. They’re working across the nation’s classrooms, communities and workplaces to achieve their mission.
The foundation was started amid an unprecedented and growing global awareness of racial inequality. We partnered with them in the summer of 2020, and are committed to continuing our long-term support.
GOSH Charity is the UK's leading children's charity, supporting seriously ill children and their families. Tecknuovo is supporting the 2022 Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Carol Concert, which will directly fund cancer services at the hospital.
The Carol Concert aims to raise an incredible £1 million over the next three years to fund these vital services, which include pioneering research into kinder and safer treatments as well as critical welfare services for patients and families during their time at GOSH, making a huge difference in the lives of seriously ill children.