Company on a mission to leverage technology for good makes its UK debut

TechForGood, a growing technology supplier, has officially launched its operations in the UK to help businesses achieve their environmental, social and governance (ESG) ambitions.

Based in Calderdale, the certified B Corp company supplies technology products and solutions to businesses and donates half of the net profits made from purchases to the buyer’s chosen cause.

It has already received its first major orders with a UK challenger bank.

And it has also partnered with small and medium-sized third sector organisations including Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in Huddersfield, climate charity Hope For The Future and The Big Issue street newspaper.

As well as providing financial support, TechForGood offers IT support to non profits to help them get the best value for money from their technology.

Kevan Heesom, UK CEO and co-founder, said: “TechForGood is embarking on a mission to revolutionise how businesses integrate ESG values into their core operations.

“Our successful model in Australia has shown us the immense potential of leveraging technology for good.

“With the UK’s vibrant landscape for social enterprise and a Government-backed challenge aiming to embed ESG into corporate purchasing, we’re here to transform how companies achieve their sustainability goals.

“The era of business for profit alone is fading. Today, success is measured by the positive impact we can deliver.

“We stand ready to support any business committed to genuine ESG principles, proving that ethical business practices and corporate success can go hand-in-hand.”

TechForGood’s other third sector partners are education charity Lyra, gender equality charity The Fawcett Society, sanitation charity Lifewater UK, Centre for Sustainable Energy, skills development charity Dallaglio Rugby Works, Digital Poverty Alliance, climate charity Hope for the Future and anti-trafficking charity Ella’s.