Our charitable donations 2023

The organisation Force of Nature encourages young people to turn climate anxiety into action. Image: Markus Spiske

A few years ago we formed a tradition of donating to charity at Christmas.

While it began as an alternative to giving out Christmas gifts to our clients, this annual tradition has evolved into an important expression of who we are as a values-led organisation.

Previous recipients of donations over the last few years include Trussell Trust, Disasters Emergency Committee, Unicef, Plan International, Under One Sky and Women’s Aid.

Once again in 2023, we asked the team at Public Digital to nominate causes and received some excellent suggestions. The management team chose four that we feel reflect PD and our international work.

This year, we are delighted to announce the charities that we're supporting are:

Slum2School: this organisation empowers underserved children in slums and remote communities with quality education, entrepreneurial skills, and psychosocial support to enable them to realise their full potential.

Medecins Sans Frontieres: Doctors without Borders is an international humanitarian organisation providing critical medical care in more than 70 countries.

Force of Nature: this charity encourages young people to turn climate anxiety into action through mindset programmes, training pathways and generating opportunities.

CareTrade: a wonderful charity which prepares autistic people for employment, and supports them and their employer throughout their journey.

The more we grow, the more generous we can be.

This year we are thrilled to be able to give away donations amounting to £17,000, distributed evenly between our chosen charities.

We look forward to continuing to support organisations doing transformative public purpose work in 2024.

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