OUR PARTNERS

Our Partners

Our partners, both in the UK and in Africa, are crucial to our success. We are passionate about working with all those who share our vision.

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Our partners are crucial to our success. There are many ways that you can work with us to make a real difference to schools and students in Africa. You can find out more here, but if you have something else in mind, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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A team of technologists at Barclays are supporting the work of the Turing Trust in many ways. The team based at Barclays Technology Centre Radbroke in Knutsford, Cheshire, donate significant amounts of IT equipment for us to ship to Africa, and also give generously of their time and expertise. We have discovered colleagues at Barclays who have just as strong a passion as we do for the development of the SolarBerry and its deployment in Africa. There is an ongoing fruitful collaboration working on the software delivering educational resources on the Raspberry Pi.
Boss Digital work with B2B organisations and charities to transform their brands and drive growth via digital channels, from website development and SEO to webinars and social media. "We met with the Turing Trust in 2019 and were immediately struck by the ambition of their vision. We have spent the last 10 years transforming brands and the markets in which they operate, but this is something else entirely; this is about the future educational prospects of an entire continent! The opportunity to play a small role in such an exciting long term mission was too great to miss, and the team at Boss have loved every moment so far. We hope the new website we’ve built will have a real impact on the charity and we’re really excited about what will come next. We couldn’t imagine a more important cause to be a part of and as far as we’re concerned, this is just the beginning of our involvement."
Expert agent develop cloud based solutions for estate agents around the country, and were the first to take agency software online back in 2004. They have supported the Turing Trust since 2015. “Expert Agent is proud to continue to support the Turing Trust and their aim to promote education and training through the use of IT in sub-Saharan Africa. As a technology company, we’re perfectly placed to encourage our clients to recycle hardware equipment by donating it to the Turing Trust. This not only provides training opportunities and skill development for those less fortunate but also reduces waste, supporting a more sustainable and environmentally friendly society. The money raised from our clients and partners also contributes to the ongoing efforts of this fantastic charity.”
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 schools in Ghana and Malawi 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 currently being trialled in Malawi.  Other Rotary Clubs have also come forward to help with offers of computer collections and transport.

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The Turing Trust Christmas Challenge

It is Giving Tuesday and The Turing Trust is excited to be taking part in The Big Give CXhristmas Challenge. Please help us to ensure students in Malawi also have access to computers and a technology-enabled education.

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