The Turing Trust was set up in 2009 by Alan Turing’s closest family in honour of his remarkable legacy. Today we’re keeping Alan’s legacy alive by providing quality technology and IT training to schools in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Turing Trust is proud to be able to commemorate Alan Turing’s remarkable contribution to the early years of computing by making computers available to less privileged communities in Africa and by enabling volunteers in the UK to sharpen their own IT skills in preparing computers for use in African schools.
“It's wonderful to see James take inspiration from the legacy of his great uncle, Alan Turing, into his professional life, donating computer equipment to disadvantaged people in Africa and closest to home in Edinburgh.”
We have been shortlisted for the 2017 Royal Bank of Scotland Great British Entrepreneur Awards in the Entrepreneur for Good of the
“Through donations like this we hope to empower and provide opportunities for people all around the world, by supporting education initiatives - particularly within the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.”
We are delighted to announce that our latest shipment of IT equipment has arrived in Malawi: Our new partner Covestro donated 500
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