At Aiimi we define the success of our business not just on financial performance but also according to our social impact. We encourage our employees to better themselves and enhance the communities we work in. We achieve this with a charitable focus on raising money, donating our time and offering our business expertise.
We are dedicated to helping charities raise as much money as possible whilst having as much fun as possible. We are committed to making our time available for volunteering and offering our business know-how to help charitable organisations.
Use Our Business Know-how
Use our business expertise to make a difference in all CSR programmes we are a part of
Commit ‘Pro-Bono’ time
Make available our consultants time to help organisations free of charge
Develop Our Team Through CSR
Positively develop our staff through CSR programmes and activities
Engage with our Community
Become an integrated part of the communities where we work
Raise Money for Charities
Help charities we work with raise as much money as possible
Empower Youth and Young People
Offer work experience programmes as well as mentoring and advice
Aiimi has partnered with UK Youth – a charity at the heart of a national network of organisations dedicated to supporting young people to realise their potential. Their focus is on developing and promoting non-formal learning opportunities for all. Aiimi are involved with UK Youth run youth clubs and other initiatives.
Over the course of 2014 Aiimi raised over £4,000 for UK Youth which broke our £3,000 target. In September Five of the Aiimi team completed a terrifying skydive which helped raise over £3,000 for UK again smashing the target.
Aiimi also engaged with UK Youth to offer ‘pro-bono’ time to help them better store and manage their donations data. Aiimi have undertaken a review of UK Youth’s existing disparate data sources and manual processes, and helped them visualise how this could be consolidated into formalised data models for customer relationship management and reporting purposes. The objective for this to be the first step on a roadmap for their wider enterprise information management strategy.
In 2015 we have so much more planned as we look to become an even more involved with the great work of UK Youth.’
The Sulgrave Club was started in the 1920’s and since then it has provided a variety of activities for young people from its current location on Goldhawk Road. Over the years keeping up with current trends means that these activities have changed considerably.
Over the past year, Aiimi’s Partner UK Youth has been running the Microsoft IT Youth Hubs project at the Sulgrave Club. The project involves an innovative peer education programme bringing digital literacy to life in ways which mean the most to young people.
Each of the 30 Hubs receive hardware, software and financial support, as well as mentoring for the young people involved from the dedicated Microsoft staff. Furthermore the most important part of the project, three young people are trained to become ‘IT Champions’ and with youth worker and Microsoft support they each pass on their knowledge to a wider group of young people. Aiimi are going to work with both Microsoft as well as the Sulgrave club to enhance the Hub by bringing business application to the great work already completed.
InMidtown represents the interests of 570 businesses in Bloomsbury, Holborn and St Giles. As a business
improvement district its aim is to enhance the commercial viability of the area and help it realise its full economic potential.
Aiimi has become an Associate Member so we can work with InMidtown on a number of initiatives and use their fantastic services such as paper shredding and a green taxi service.
Aiimi are a Better Bankside Community Star and are part of the Better Bankside CR group. The group work with community organisations and charities to achieve their goals.
We have also engaged with Better Bankside to offer ‘pro-bono’ time to help them better and more accurately report and visualise their financial data.
Aiimi are currently running Microsoft Office skills course as part of the St Mungo’s Recovery College. The Recovery College, provides courses which improve practical skills and help to rebuild confidence of its clients.