At Issured, we believe it’s important that people are given equal opportunities in society, particularly in the workplace. Yet, according to the National Autistic Society, only 16% of people with autism are in full-time employment; not through a lack of skill or willingness to work, but because many organisations lack understanding of autism in the workplace.
That’s why we are proud to support TRACK, a Northamptonshire-based social enterprise that provides training, consultancy and work opportunities to people with autism to give them greater access to employment. TRACK opens doors for highly-talented individuals who have been traditionally excluded so that they can enjoy their achievements and contribute to society in the way they desire.
We are very proud to sponsor and support TNMOC. An independent charity housing the world’s largest collection of functional historic computers including the Turing-Welchman Bombe that enabled Britain to decode German messages encrypted by Enigma.
The museum runs a highly successful learning programme for schools and colleges, introducing young people, particularly females, to computer coding, to inspire the next generation of computer scientists and engineers.
Southern Thailand Elephant Foundation (STEF) is an international charity (registered in England) that raises funds to support projects that promote education and advanced elephant health and welfare in Southern Thailand.
STEF is dedicated to promoting the ethical treatment, and high health and welfare standards for the Asian elephant in Thailand. They exist to raise awareness of the elephant, and its welfare needs, through education and to encourage human-elephant interaction.
Established in 2010 and registered as a charity in 2018, Inside Justice has built a wholly unique advisory panel of world-renowned experts who work pro bono to strengthen the criminal justice system.
Inside Justice's Vision is to have a fair and transparent criminal justice system for all. Their mission is to empower individuals convicted of a crime they say they did not commit, by working closely with statutory and voluntary partners across the criminal justice system.