It was something close to the hearts of both CEOs when they set up IT Naturally. They wanted a percentage of their profits to benefit others through a charity donation.
So we are delighted to announce the 2 charities we are supporting.
We really want to support local projects and Peterborough-based charity Little Miracles just struck a chord with us.
They are a charity that supports families that have children with additional needs, disabilities, and life-limiting conditions. Just like everyone else these children need a place to play, laugh and create friendships. Little Miracles provide this whilst the families can access the advice, support, and care that they deserve.
The charity supports the whole family including parents, carers, the child with additional needs, and their siblings. Any family can receive support even before they receive the formal diagnosis.
We are really pleased to be working with Little Miracles and offering them free IT Support as well as a financial donation.
“Little Miracles are an amazing charity that gives every child, whatever their circumstance, an opportunity for a happy childhood. The sense of joy it gives children to have play areas arranged for their needs is incredible. We are very proud to be their partner.”
Julie Bishop, CEO, IT Naturally
Marine Conservation Society
This UK-wide community of ocean lovers has been working to save our seas for nearly 40 years. They are working together towards our vision of a sea full of life, where nature flourishes and people thrive.
Pollution is destroying habitats in our oceans, harming species, and reducing the ocean’s ability to help fight climate change. Marine Conservation Society wants to recover the health of our ocean: for the sake of our wildlife, our climate, and our own wellbeing.
We all have social and environmental responsibility.
IT Naturally is looking forward to playing our part and involving our team in beach cleans as well as making a financial contribution.
“We are extremely pleased to support a very worthy cause. The Marine Conservation Society help keep our seas healthy and the animals that live in them safe, leading to a better long-term future for the whole of humanity. I’m looking forward to getting involved”
Richard Gardner, CEO, IT Naturally