Community & Voluntary

Content Guru gives back to the community.

Whether at home or around the world, Content Guru believes in the importance of charity for building a better world.

From education to the environment, from health to helplines, our support helps hundreds of charitable organizations achieve their goals.

Discover recent charity successes, and the causes Content Guru supports.

Our causes



A global network of 1.4 million volunteers, working in five key areas of need: Diabetes, vision, hunger, environment, and childhood cancer.


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The leading children’s charity in the UK, helping hundreds of thousands of children, parents, and carers each year. Content Guru supports the charity through a Christmas Giving Tree in our offices.

Charity Staff Foundation

Stages the annual, national Charity Staff & Volunteer Awards, to celebrate colleagues who got the extra mile for charity.

Coram Life Education Centers

Helps trained educators deliver interactive lessons on health, well-being, relationships, and drugs. Operates in 1 in 10 English and Scottish primary schools, serving almost half a million children.


Funds research into, and support for individuals affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa – a painful genetic skin condition that can be fatal.

Kika Kinderfonds

Raises funds for innovative research aimed at lessening the pain of childhood cancer. Content Guru supports Kika Kinderfonds through fun runs, fund-raising, and donations.

Macmillan Cancer Support

Provides physical, financial, and emotional support to those with cancer.

Macular Society

Works tirelessly to understand macular disease, whilst running local support groups and providing information on how to look after your eyes.

Save the Children

Works to change the lives of 45 million children around the world, helping them grow up healthy, safe, and with access to education.

Soldiering On Awards

Recognizes the outstanding achievements of those who have served their country, encouraging support for this diverse and remarkable community.

Starlight Children’s Foundation

Brightens the lives of the seriously ill, by granting wishes-of-a-lifetime. Starlight provides fun, laughter, and entertainment for sick children across the UK.

Stroke Association

Works to support stroke survivors through local clubs, running outings, live performances, quizzes, and games. The Stroke Association offers long-term support, information, and advice.

The Fire Fighters Charity

Works to support the fire services community, understanding the mental, physical, and social burdens of the community.

X Forces CIC

The leading organization in the UK for enterprise in the military community, providing a range of training courses, funding, and events.


A network of volunteers that arranges phone calls for elderly people, providing a pleasant chat, listening ear, or good conversation.