Charity of the Year
At Search Laboratory we have a core set of five values that we are proud to work and live by. We feel they give a really good sense of what we are about and who we are both as a company, and as individuals. One of them is ‘Treat others as you would expect to be treated’ and we try to apply this ethos to everything we do both in our work and in our interaction with the local community.
We have openly committed to help others, both locally and further afield. We do this by donating time and money to a selection of handpicked charities each year. We take part in sponsored fundraisers, organise our own events and volunteer our time in an effort to raise money for deserving charities. We also support our chosen charities by helping them improve their online presence so they can increase their causes visibility and hopefully generate more valuable donations online.
Which charities have we supported recently?
In 2011, Search Laboratory supported local Leeds-based homelessness charity Simon on the Streets and in 2012 we are working in aid of Candlelighters, another local charity that focuses on providing much needed support for children with cancer, and their families.
Simon on the Streets
Simon on the Streets offers street-based support for those in need across Yorkshire providing front-line emotional and practical support to those who are homeless; at risk of becoming homeless; and those with behavioural and mental health issues.
Read more about how we helped Simon on the Streets raise their online profile and raise funding.
Visit the Simon on the Streets website.
Candlelighters was formed more than 40 years ago to help and support children diagnosed with cancer, and their families. The charity was founded by, and is still run by, parents of children who have or have had cancer and the medical staff who treat them.
Read more about our fundraising for Candlelighters and how we are helping to improve their profile online.
Visit the Candlelighters website.