"Making a difference to our own community and supporting equal opportunities have always been core values in our business"

Andy Evans, Managing Director - Xactium

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A Proud Member of Pledge 1%

Xactium is now a proud to be a member of the Pledge 1% group.

This growing global movement is inspiring companies of all sizes to integrate 'giving' into the DNA of their business. Over 1,500 companies across 40 countries are now a part of the Pledge 1% movement.

As a Pledge 1% member, Xactium has committed to contributing one or more of the following: 1% of profit, equity, product or time to making a difference to our local community. 

Click here to find out more about The Xactium Fund

 

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Xactium Raises Over £11,000 For Special Olympics Great Britain 2017

Over 2016/2017, Xactium committed to sponsoring Special Olympics Great Britain by hosting and taking part in a range of fundraising activities ahead of the games, which took place across a number of sporting venues in Sheffield between 7-11 August 2017. Xactium is proud to announce we have raised a total of £11,293 which contributed significantly to the success of the event and more importantly, the athletes involved.
 
Andy Evans, Managing Director at Xactium said: “These funds couldn’t have been raised without the efforts of the Xactium employees and the drive behind our CSR team. Congratulations to all those competing...” 
 

View The BBC Highlights of Special Olympics GB National Summer Games 2017

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Our work with Special Olympics Sheffield

Being a Sheffield based company we work tirelessly to raise money for Special Olympics Sheffield - an organisation that's been around for more than 50 years and who's main goal is to ensure that adults and children with intellectual disabilities still have the same opportunity to participate in sports training and athletic competitions. 

In 2019 alone, we have already raised money through our annual easter bake-off competition and through a treadmill challenge whereby staff had to run a full marathon distance between them. The Mayor of Sheffield also paid us a visit to cheer on the participants.

Our colleague Matt is also raising money for Special Olympics Sheffield by running the London Marathon this April. So far he has managed to raise close to his £2000 target! Click here if you would like to help him reach his target!

Find out more about the Special Olympics