CHARITY PARTNERS

Empowering change through partnership with charitable organisations.

Building a better future in our community

Stellar Omada is committed to supporting charities and positively impacting our community.

We believe in the power of collective action and the importance of giving back to our communities. Since our formation, we have partnered with and supported various charities that align with our values and mission.

Our 2024 Charity Partnership

We are thrilled to announce Maggie’s as our 2024 charity partner.

Maggie’s offers the best possible support free to anyone with cancer and their families who walk through our doors. You’ll find our centres alongside NHS hospitals and we can also support you online.

MAGGIE'S

Maggie’s is a charity which provides free support to anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis, including family and friends. They have 25 centres in England, Scotland and Wales based at NHS hospitals, all designed to provide a calm, welcoming space away from the clinical environment of the hospital. 

Their expert teams include cancer support specialists and psychologists who provide a wide range of support, including one-to-one and group sessions for all types of cancer. Visitors can also access advice on how to claim benefits and grants. No appointment or referral is needed; just pop in. 

Our 2023 Charity Partnership

2023 was our biggest charity fundraising year yet!

At the start of the year, we set out to raise £10,000 for Big Hearts Community Trust to support the amazing work they do improving people’s lives through the beautiful game. 

Through fundraising events including a charity ball, golf day and charity skydive, we raised a whopping £30,000! Our amazing colleagues also volunteered their time to support people of all ages in the community.

big hearts community trust

As a well-established football charity in Edinburgh, Big Hearts aims to bring community resources together to offer adults and children free opportunities to help them live a safe and fulfilling life.

From their facilities at Tynecastle Park, home of Heart of Midlothian FC, the charity builds and delivers programmes of support focused on: mental health, social connections and equal opportunities.

Our 2022 Charity Partnership

We are delighted to share that we raised a fantastic £8371.25 for our 2022 chosen charities, Cancer Research UK and Steps to Hope. We also supported the Movember Campaign, raising an additional £1895.

With the fantastic efforts of our Events Team and the generosity of our Stellar People, we raised £10,266.25 for all these great charities.

CANCER RESEARCH UK

In 2022, Stellar Omada supported  Cancer Research UK to raise vital funds to help beat cancer and in memory of our dear friend and colleague Derek Drever.

We’re proud to share that our efforts from our events raised £5091.25 this year.

STEPS TO HOPE

We were delighted to continue to support local charity, Steps to Hope in 2022. Steps to Hope SCIO aims to fight homelessness and provide help for those suffering with addiction in Edinburgh.
 
To show our support we raised £3280 for the cause. In addition to this some of our Stellar People also volunteered to work within the Steps to Hope soup kitchens.  

MOVEMBER

In November, our Managing Director Colin Frame and 10 of our colleagues created the ‘Stellar Tashtastic Team’ and raised an impressive £1895 for Movember.
 
We are proud to continue supporting the Movember campaign in highlighting awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s suicide. 

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Stellar Omada is a vibrant and exciting place to work.

We support initiatives to help young people in tech through our innovation partnerships and help people in our local communities through our work with our charity partners.

We’re passionate about grassroots sports and sponsor Heart of Midlothian Football Club, Linlithgow Flyers Netball Club and the Edinburgh Stellar Monarchs Speedway Team.

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