Our sponsors are a huge part of the work we do, and the relationships we’ve developed as we’ve become part of their outreach programs have been mutually beneficial.
If your company is looking to get more involved in changing the face of education in Africa and want to demonstrate your Corporate and Social responsibilities then please reach out to us. You'll be joining a team of like minded professionals, who share the vision of changing the futures of young generations in rural communities throughout Africa.
The Turing Trust is very lucky to be supported by the following very special organisations, who help us achieve our projects more effectively on a regular basis. We hope you'll choose to support them too, and would like to thank them once again for all their lasting help.
Expert agent develop cloud based solutions for estate agents around the country, and were the first to take agency software online back in 2004. Their latest release, Expert Agent Touch, means that as well as working beautifully with a keyboard and mouse on PCs, tablets and Macs the system is now optimised for use with touch screen devices, too. It's cloud based, so there’s nothing to load, update or maintain either.
Expert agent have supported the Turing Trust financially and continue to do so on a regular basis. We're proud to be supported by such an innovative and socially responsible company.
Reusing IT share many similar values with us and we are honoured to be supported by them. They strive to advance education and welfare anywhere in the world by sourcing, refurbishing and providing computers to support services to educational establishments, community organisations, NGOs and others working in a diverse range of fields.
Just like us, they aim to provide sustainable educational, social and economic benefits to low income families and impoverished communities and wish to help close the digital divide.
The Rotary Club of Currie Balerno has a been a significant sponsor of the Turing Trust since 2012 with both financial donations to support schooling in Ghana and participation of club members in various activities. These include assisting with loading containers for shipment to Africa and the design of the SolarBerry, a solar powered community education facility running in an upcycled shipping container, which is being trialled in Malawi this year. Other Rotary Clubs are now coming forward to help with offers of computer collections and transport.
Our founder James Turing is a University of Edinburgh graduate and the Turing Trust has been supported by the University of Edinburgh since 2010.
The University of Edinburgh has been fundamental to our UK based operations, supporting us with accommodation, volunteering opportunities and fundraising activities whilst offering an incredible network. Dr Omaima Hatem, of the University of Edinburgh’s Business School currently sits on our Advisory Board supporting our work with crucial academic insight.
Founded in 2008, Redbooth is committed to helping teams get more done and stay connected, whether they’re all under the same roof or distributed across the globe. They’re proud to be a supporter of the Turing Trust’s work.
We use Easygenerator as e-Learning authoring software to create all our e-Learning modules. After we bought a license, Easygenerator reached out and offered to donate extra licenses for the Turing Trust. Easygenerator is intuitive to use and allows our volunteers without previous experience to develop e-Learning resources that we can export as SCORM packages to use in an offline environment in Africa.
Keyrus are a specialist Big Data & analytics consulting firm with an established and growing global presence. Their team of experts provide an end-to-end service from technology selection advisory through to solution retirement and migration. They are here to help people and organisations make better data-driven decisions in an increasingly complex environment.
They have been behind the Turing Trust since they joined us in 2015, and have gone above and beyond in every way to help us reach our goals. In recognition of this, they were awarded QlikView's CSR partner of the year award for 2015.
Turing Gateway to Mathematics acts as a channel for the flow of knowledge and ideas between the mathematical sciences and the users of mathematics. It does this by facilitating interactions and activities such as programmes of work, events, projects and education and training in areas where maths skills are needed. Acting as a gateway between academic mathematicians and industry, government, and other disciplines, it helps to widen access to mathematics generally and shorten pathways to impacts.
Turing Fest was established in 2011 by Jamie Coleman and brings digital technology into the Edinburgh festivals, the world's largest arts and creative gathering, in a celebration of digital culture and creativity. Named in honour of Alan Turing, the father of modern computing, the festival explores the ways in which technology is changing all aspects of culture, business and society — how we live, and how we work. Turing Fest has brought some of the biggest names in tech to the world’s largest cultural event and continues to grow and attract more attention each year. The Turing Trust became their official charity partner in 2016 and is looking forward to an amazing event in 2017.
Optoma delivers engaging visual and audio experiences for a connected world and manufactures award-winning projection and audio products for business, education, professional audio/video and home entertainment.
The Turing Trust is trialling Optoma’s ultra mobile LED projector in its SolarBerry project. This will build on the work done by Onebillion, a not-for-profit developer and publisher of educational apps, who developed a solar-powered projection solution for its goal to transform the education of one billion marginalised children.