At BioTalent, we understand the importance of conducting business in one of the most highly regulated sectors globally in a transparent and ethical way. Indeed, we embrace this as an opportunity to ensure gender equality, social diversity, and inclusion throughout our entire business—from our internal policies to the services we offer.

This year we have partnered with six key charities over the course of 2021, to focus on unemployment relief. From employee fundraising and voluntary outreach services to donating 5% of invoices made in May and October to our client’s charity of choice, we look forward to making a difference to our wider community.

The National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society provide information and advice to autistic people, family members, carers and professionals. Transform lives, change attitudes and create a society that works for autistic people. To find out more follow the link and help create a society that works for autistic people:

Access UK

Access UK (African Caribbean Careers & Employment Support Services UK), is a BME careers solutions specialist. A charity/social enterprise that offers end to end, bespoke IAG services for young BME (Black Minority Ethnic) beneficiaries. Visit their website here:

Smart Works

Smart Works is a UK based charity that provides high quality interview clothing and interview training to unemployed women in need. Check out the impact Smart Works is making on the lives of women in the UK using the link:

Peter McVerry Trust

The Peter McVerry Trust is a charity set up to reduce homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage in Ireland. To find out more about what the Peter McVerry Trust are doing in our community visit the link:

Enham Trust

Enham Trust is a disability charity that supports disabled people to live a life focused on their ability through three core services; housing, care and employment. Visit the link to discover how Enham Trust are making a difference for people with disabilities:

Streat League

Street League support unemployed 16-24-year-olds to move into employment using the power of sport. As a youth sports charity, we use football and other sports to engage with young people, as well as teach them the key life and work skills they need. Visit the website here:

Mental Health Foundation

Since 1949, the Mental Health Foundation has been the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health. They aim to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive. Visit the website to find out more here: