At Betway Group, we're aware of our responsibility to society as a whole. Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives are concerned with the communities within which we operate and the relationships we have with our business partners.
We’ve set up several initiatives and encourage our employees to take part in contributing to them on a daily basis. Whether buying coffee from our barista, running marathons or dressing up (or down) for special occasions, we are constantly raising money to support our charity partners.
Guernsey Sports Association for the Disabled is a charitable organisation set up in 2004 that aims to promote physical activity and sport for disabled people in Guernsey, Channel Islands. The GSAD has been a preferred charity partner for the Betway Guernsey office for the past 3 years. Raising a total of £3783.59 in 2016 and £3647.03 in 2017 through various internal events and initiatives. The funds have gone towards new sport equipment and infrastructure for the charity, as well as covering travel costs for organisers.
Special Olympics Malta is an organisation set up in 2000 that provides free year-round sports training and international exposure for children and adults with intellectual disabilities in Malta. In 2017 we raised a total of €5,450. Our target for 2018 is to raise a total of €6,000 through various events. The funds collected were used for flights to international competitions and sports attire for their athletes. In 2018 we will have many events and initiatives scheduled to raise money for Special Olympics Malta including sports days and participation in either the full or half Gozo marathon.
Motivation's projects support disabled people in seven focus countries across Africa and Asia. These projects are all different, designed to tackle the unique challenges faced by disabled people in each place by providing specially adapted wheelchairs. In 2018 the focus will be for the team in London to raise money for this charity partner through collective and individual events such as sports events, wear-shorts-to-work days, and pub quizzes.