Digital Xtra Fund wishes to gratefully acknowledge the support of our Partners and Supporters who provide funding, in-kind support, and expertise to enable us to facilitate digital skills initiatives for young people across Scotland. If you wish to get involved and become a Partner or Supporter of Digital Xtra Fund, please visit our Support Us page for full details.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is helping schools and local authorities improve security, save money, analyse data, and provide equitable access to learning resources. Educators, schools, colleges and universities have one main goal: develop successful students. The AWS Cloud helps personalise student-learning experiences, access applications at any time and improve learning outcomes.
Baillie Gifford places great emphasis on corporate philanthropy. They believe businesses such as theirs should do what it can to support society as a whole. Both through financial and in kind support, they work with a number of organisations who are at the heart of making Edinburgh and further afield a better place to live, work and visit.
CGI is among the largest independent IT and business consulting service firms in the world. With over 500 professionals working across Scotland, our business model ensures that we are close to our clients and communities and we contribute to the continuous improvement of the economic, social and environmental well-being of the communities in which we live and work.
Based in Scotland and established in 2021 by Paddy Burns and Chris van der Kuyl, Chroma Ventures is the investment arm of 4J Studios, an award-winning video games developer best known for developing Minecraft for various games consoles. 4J Studios and Chroma Ventures support a number of causes across Scotland that encourage skills development in education, health and wellbeing, as well as in sports, from grassroots upwards.
J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, offering solutions to corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. The Firm and its Foundation give approximately US$200 million annually to non-profit organisations around the world. They also lead volunteer activities for employees in local communities, including those that stem from access to capital, economies of scale, global reach and expertise.
The Scottish Government’s Digital Strategy will ensure that Scotland is recognised throughout the world as a vibrant, inclusive, open, and outward-looking digital nation. They are committed to working with the public sector, private sector, educators, and charities to enable everybody to share in the social, economic, and democratic opportunities of digital.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is Scotland’s national skills body. They contribute to Scotland’s sustainable economic growth by supporting people and businesses to develop and apply their skills. They work with their partners to provide services that deliver the very best outcomes for Scotland’s people, businesses, and the economy.