eLearning company raises £663 for local LGBT+ charities

Digital learning specialists, Learning Technologies Group, raise over £650 for two Brighton LGBT+ charities during Pride Month.

LEARNING Technologies Group, a global provider of digital learning and talent management solutions, has a long history of charitable fundraising and donations, having previously supported charities such as Mind Out, Cancer Research, Crisis UK, Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, the Alzheimer’s Society and Cat’s Protection.

To celebrate Pride, some of the Brighton staff decided to organise fundraising events to raise money for two local LGBTQ+ charities: a bake sale, with funds going to the Brighton Rainbow Fund and a raffle, with funds benefiting the Brighton and Hove LGBT+ Switchboard.

Staff donated their baking skills as well as several prizes, including board games and artwork, to raise just over £331, which was then generously doubled by LTG for the final total of £663, split between the two LGBT+ charities.

Learning Technologies Group, which also has offices in London, Sheffield, several US cities, Hong Kong, Canada, Germany and Brazil, is a local employer in the fast-growing digital learning sector.

The organisation employs around 150 people in its Brighton office, including employees from several of LTG’s award-winning eLearning brands, including LEO Learning, gomo, Instilled LXP, Watershed and PeopleFluent.

Nick Bowyer, LTG’s Director of Operations, said: “Learning Technologies Group is one of the biggest employers in Brighton’s thriving digital learning sector. As an equal opportunity employer, we’re delighted to have many members of the LGBTQ+ community in this office, as well as other offices globally, and are equally delighted to support this great fundraising initiative.” 

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