Corporate Social Responsibility
Supporting education and health, and caring for our environment, communities, customers, and colleagues is at the heart of everything we do.
We’re proud to support the following organizations
If you’d like to find out more about our corporate social responsibility initiatives or would like to get involved, click the button below to send us an email
Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Our partnership with Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, awards a doctoral studentship (DPhil in Social Data Science) that focusses on gendered dynamics and discrimination within STEM fields.
The research will identify and analyse cases where gender is a salient dimension in STEM fields, and will combine gender studies with data science.
Some research has shown that gender inequalities in STEM are the result of deep pre-conceptions and stereotypes that cannot be mitigated by quotas and affirmative action in hiring. The aim of this research is to have real-world applicability and effect, by informing policymakers, leaders and HR teams in STEM industries about best options to overcome gendered inequalities and how to improve organisational policies and practices.
To find out more about the doctoral studentship, click below
Calligo Tigers Swim Team
The Calligo Tigers Swimming Club, based in Jersey, is well known for its competitive success in the Channel Islands and beyond. Amongst its current ranks, it includes Commonwealth Games, Youth Commonwealth Games and British National standard swimmers.
Calligo has supported the club since September 2017 and helps the Jersey Tigers access and take advantage of modern technology-driven techniques to aid the development of swimmers at the club.
Trinity Guild RFC: Titans
The Trinity Guild Titans is the Disability and Inclusive section of Trinity Guild Rugby Club, based in Coventry, UK. Launching in 2020, the club welcomes players aged 12+, of any gender, with or without disabilities, to play touch rugby.
The aim of the team is to provide a range of opportunities for people to be involved with their much-loved sport, Rugby Union. Whether that’s playing, refereeing, coaching or supporting, Trinity Guild Titans provides a safe, accessible and inclusive environment to bring people together.
At Calligo, our vision is to become the first global Data Services provider to become carbon neutral. We’ll achieve this by not only carbon offsetting but also changing our consumption models, working with green suppliers, and ensuring the technology, products and service we use have limited impact on the environment.
We have a commitment to become carbon neutral by the end of 2024.
Our commitment to reduce our footprint
As part of our commitment to reduce our carbon footprint, we are actively pursing external accreditations such as ISO 14067:2018.
This ISO standard is part of the ISO 1400 standards for environmental management systems, and also contributes towards one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – Climate Action, which aims to help businesses manage the impact of their activities on the environment
and climate change.
We also actively recycle across all our offices, aim to become completely paperless and encourage staff to take public transport to the offices or off-site meetings and when possible to conference call instead of travelling.