The Turing Trust constitution and policies underpin our work. They are based on the guidance issued by the Charity Commission of England and Wales and by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator and are reviewed and updated annually.
Our external policies are listed here:
- Child protection policy
- Complaints policy
- Data sanitisation and destruction policy
- Equal opportunities policy
- Monitoring, evaluation and learning policy
- Privacy and cookies policy
- Safeguarding policy
- Volunteer policy
Please contact us should you require a copy of any of our internal policies.
We are also registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office and are members of the Scotland Malawi Partnership and the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) and adhere to Fundraising Code of Practice. The Turing Trust is SEPA Registered. License Number: WML/XC/1197908.
Interested in joining as a volunteer?
Our volunteers are at the heart of everything we do here at the Turing Trust. Find out more in our Volunteers section or continue reading about our other work across Africa.
Our Latest News
The Turing Trust has now expanded its activities in Malawi to support universities as well as schools with computers.
We have been delighted to be featured by several prominent newspapers in recognition of our first Small Charities Challenge Fund project funded by the UK’s